Margot Robbie's Most Iconic Outfits Of All Time, Ranked From Worst To Best

Her "Barbie" movie premiere outfits have been some of her best, but there are a few other looks over the last several years that shouldn't be forgotten.

By Gina Florio2 min read
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Starring in the biggest blockbuster movie of the year, Margot Robbie knows what it means to be a household name. The Australian actress experienced breakout fame when she appeared in The Wolf of Wall Street, and since then she has starred in a variety of other films, including Babylon, Once Upon a Time... in Hollywood, and now the iconic Barbie. Although she is one of the most beautiful women in the world, some people have been critical of her red carpet looks in the past. Many comment on her outfits and claim she is "giving nothing," and that she should consider firing her stylist for dressing her so poorly. No matter what you thought of Robbie's past looks, nobody can deny that her Barbie press tour outfits have been some of her best yet. But that doesn't mean she hasn't had any iconic looks before. Here's a comprehensive look at her most memorable red carpet moments, ranked from worst to best.

2023: Babylon London Premiere

This shade of red was made for her and the back of the gown was beautiful, but the front kind of swallowed her entire figure. Her hair and makeup looked pretty at least. Although it certainly wasn't one of her best looks, it has become one of her most memorable.

2016: Academy Awards

Sometimes simple is best, and this gold dress with a plunging neckline was lovely on Robbie. She paired it with a small black clutch and soft waves.

2022: Babylon Los Angeles Premiere

Robbie doesn't usually follow along with the hot red carpet trends very much, but this time she decided to opt in for extreme cutouts and a hooded dress. Her hair was parted in the middle and pulled back, and her makeup was simple and natural. It's one of those looks where you either hate it or love it.

2022: Amsterdam European Premiere

This Celine gown had cutouts on the bodice, a long cape, and a slit in the middle of the skirt. It was pretty but quite simple, even if it did make her look more regal than usual.

2018: Mary Queen of Scots World Premiere

The romantic, polka-dotted Rodarte gown looked beautiful on her figure, with a plunging neckline and roses at the center of her waist. Although it is widely remembered as one of her best looks, some thought it was a little matronly and didn't do her justice.

2018: Vanity Fair Oscar Party

Robbie chose a Chanel couture dress that had a tulle overlay skirt and intricate beading. It turned out to be one of her most ethereal looks.

2023: Barbie in Sydney

Perfect for an Australia visit, Robbie wore a black-and-white Hervé Léger bodycon dress that was inspired by the 1959 Barbie doll one-piece bathing suit. Robbie's high ponytail and cat-eye sunglasses completed the whole look.

2022: Governors Awards

Robbie took a risk with this Bottega Veneta dress and its bold cut-out, but it paid off and it quickly became one of her most popular looks.

2023: Barbie Los Angeles Premiere

This look was inspired by 1960's Solo in the Spotlight Barbie and it was worn with about 380 carats of Lorraine Schwartz diamonds. She looked timeless and perfectly Barbie-ish.

2023: Babylon Australian Premiere

This vintage corseted dress was worn by Carla Bruni in 1995, but Robbie repurposed it beautifully with a thigh-high red-laced slit. The baby blue shade was perfect for her skin tone. Definitely one of her best looks.

2023: Barbie London Premiere

Robbie wore custom Vivienne Westwood as she channeled 1960s evening Barbie. Elegant, classic, and flattering.

2023: Barbie European Premiere

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This little red minidress was certainly one of Robbie's best looks of all time. Made of silk duchess satin with a fully constructed corset bodice, it was sexy and nostalgic all at once.

2019: Once Upon A Time... In Hollywood UK Premiere

Robbie stunned in a chiffon gown from Oscar de la Rena, opting in for a shade of burnt orange that we hadn't really seen her wear on the red carpet before. It was elegant, flattering, and timeless.

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