Some people can sum up their style in three simple words. "Athleisure for life," "'70s silhouettes only" or "Scandinavian-inspired minimalism," for example. But it's not so easy when it comes to Margot Robbie. Trust us—we've been paying attention.
One day the Aussie is embracing bohemian vibes, the next a mix of edgy separates. However, across the board, the results are feminine, simply assembled (no silly styling moves or excess jewellery, for example) and in a fairly neutral colour scheme—entirely approachable and easy enough for us to copy, yet still with oodles of Hollywood glamour thrown into the mix.
Her ability to keep us on our toes is quite impressive, but there's something so down-to-earth about the actress and producer—we feel like we could grab her for a pint in the local pub (and she'd probably share one of her favourite summer dresses with us). Ahead, we rounded up our favourite ensembles and the style tips that Robbie relies on for piecing together her enviable wardrobe.
Style Notes: Never underestimate the power of a really good suit. Instead of picking a suit for the boardroom, however, Margot shows how much fun a suit can be for play. Pair it down with a T-shirt and simple heels, or switch them up for sneakers for an off-duty look.
Style Notes: Margot takes the Hollywood glamour down a notch with this grunge-inspired Miu Miu dress. Pairing it with a simple white tank dresses it down further, and the chunky boots add an everyday touch. Perfect for a summer day in the city.
Style Notes: Keep a close eye on small but impactful details like the uneven hem of Robbie's tank or the rope belt of her boyfriend jeans.
Utilitarian Jumpsuits Are a Go-To
Style Notes: What to wear in summer when you don't want to think about your outfit? Margot has the answer. This khaki utilitarian jumpsuit looks crisp and chic; style it with a pair of simple black mules for the perfect throw-on-and-leave-the-house outfit. Shop similar versions in the links above.
Style Notes: Look for a statement-making romantic piece—ruffle, lace and sheer fabrics are always a good start—on days when you're feeling particularly flirty. Margot's dress is now sold out, but this Hope & Ivy gown is a good alternative. Perfect for weddings and garden parties.