This previous 12 months, Margot Robbie has significantly amped up her purple carpet recreation. Don’t get me incorrect—the actress all the time seems to be gorgeous at occasions, however she’s beforehand stored her seems to be easy and chic, quite than surprising. However Margot Robbie’s Birds of Prey London premiere outfit solely additional proves that the actress and producer has formally stepped out of the field. Robbie stepped out in entrance of the cameras sporting a shocking black costume that’s something however fundamental.
What makes the costume so distinctive is that the bodice is made up of feathers. Plus, it’s asymmetrical, which provides to the attract and runway-esque qualities. It type of seems to be like Margot Robbie is sporting a feather boa round her chest, however I’m completely into it. The costume provides off complete early aughts vibes whereas nonetheless remaining very 2020. Elegant, stylish and surprising—I’d say Margot Robbie has outdone herself this time.
After all, probably the most surprising a part of this ensemble is these vivid pink gloves Margot Robbie wore as an adjunct. Quite than donning some diamond earrings or different jewellery, Robbie opted for an announcement accent that significantly packs a punch. Usually, when folks put on a black costume, they stick to basic and chic equipment that make the look very ‘Previous Hollywood.’ Within the case of Margot Robbie, although, she determined to take a touch from her Birds of Prey character (Harley Quinn) and go majorly colourful for this purple carpet look.
I’ve really observed a number of purple carpet seems to be not too long ago that function gloves, and it has me questioning in the event that they’re coming again in 2020. Both means, Margot Robbie is aware of easy methods to rock these scorching pink gloves, and I couldn’t love the look extra.
Birds of Prey formally hits theaters February 7. Till then, you may as effectively spend a while admiring Margot Robbie’s elevated purple carpet type—and begin guessing what she may put on to the 2020 Oscars.