Margot Robbie Brings Elegance In An All-Black Gown with a Long Cape

Margot Robbie is one such actress who knows how to serve major fashion goals. Her red carpet look proved that her styling game is strong and she can carry off an intricate piece with elegance. Over the years, Robbie’s fame grew and she starred in several award-winning films.

Currently, the actress has two big films under her belt, Amsterdam and Barbie. The premiere of the former has already begun and Robbie, along with the rest of the cast, walked the red carpet in dazzling fits.

Recently, she and several cast members, Christian Bale, Rami Malek, and Andrea Riseborough, attended the UK premiere.

Here you can have a look at Margot Robbie and Other cast members of Amsterdam.

Margot Robbie
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They were all dressed in black, which appears to be a tribute to Queen Elizabeth II, who recently died. Margot Robbie managed to stand out from the rest in a stunning dress with a long cape. The top half of the outfit highlighted her toned body and also featured a plunging neckline.

The lower half had a very fine slit through which her legs ended. Margot Robbie kept her dark blonde hair open with the iconic center parting. The Wolf of Wall Street actress kept her bling lowkey. She wore a silver ring on her left hand and paired it with earrings of the same color. Strappy silver heels accompanied the look.

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Margot completed the look with nude shade makeup and her gorgeous big smile. This simple yet elegant look is one of the reasons we’re a fan of Robbie. She knows how to dress for the occasion, but at the same time, the actress does it with style.

Margot Robbie, John David Washington on their ‘seamless’ chemistry in ‘Amsterdam’

On the carpet, Washington and Robbie praised each other and Bale, explaining why their onscreen chemistry was “seamless.” “Their professionalism, their humility, and their desire; their desire to tell the truth and get to the source of what all the actions are, what motivates them, as actors just made it easier for them to line up and gel and have chemistry,” Washington told The Hollywood Reporter. in collaboration with Robbie and Bal to form the central trio of Amsterdam.

He continued: “The bottom line was our humility and I think that made it seamless in terms of chemistry.” Robbie echoed Washington’s statement, saying it wasn’t hard to find chemistry with Washington and Bale because they’re “really good guys”.


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