Scanning the celebrity/pop culture horizon this morning, our forecast is that the red carpet drought has not yet ended, darlings. Hold tight to each other through these trying times. The Emmys are right around the corner. We’ll all get through this together. Until then, we can at least thank Miss Margot for keeping the flame alive. And by that we mean we can judge what she’s wearing.
Margot Robbie in LHD
Last week, we figured we had her pegged, noting that she’d stuck to a ghostly white minimalist retro style in an apparent homage to her role as the doomed but ethereal Sharon Tate. No sooner had we pointed this out when she moved sharply away from the theme, which is how these things tend to go. Now, she’s in the color phase of her poledance. This is the first thing we’ve seen her wear in some time that doesn’t feel like some sort of Sharon Tate tribute but simply a cute, fresh look that she looks great wearing. The print is more than a little twee and precious, but we love the shape and style of this little frock and the gold sandals finish it off perfectly.
Margot Robbie in Dries Van Noten
This is more along the lines of that Minimalist California Hippy drag she’s been sporting – a sort of stripped-bare version of a Tate homage. She keeps returning to shades of yellow, which can be kind of risky for a blonde, but this marigold-hued slip of a dress is actually quite pretty on her. We’re not in love with this post-modern ’60s drag she’s been doing, but we can’t deny that she can make extremely simple looks come off way more chic and high-fashion than they would normally. The gorgeous makeup and gold sandals help a lot. The watch looks… contractually obligated.
Photocall Look: LHD ‘Casitas’ Belted Printed Dress
Premiere Look: Dries Van Noten Ocra Silk Dress from the Fall 2019 collection | Richard Mille Watch
Styled by Kate Young | Hair by Bryce Scarlett | Makeup by Pati Dubroff
[Photo Credit: INSTARimages]
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