Margot Robbie burst into the Hollywood scene fabulously as she made a breathtaking first impression at the premiere of a highly anticipated film, ‘The Wolf of Wall Street’, in New York City. The Australian actress began her acting career as Donna in ‘Neighbours’ and then went on to star as Laura Cameron in a short-lived ABC series titled ‘Pan Am’. Margot then worked on other film projects before finally landing what is said to be her breakout role in Martin Scorsese’s ‘The Wolf of Wall Street’. Her scene-stealing turn as Naomi, the manipulative and seductive second wife of Leonardo DiCaprio’s Jordan Belfort, is utterly unforgettable and is set to help her make an indelible mark in Hollywood.
The stunning actress joined Camila Alves and a bevy of other stars as she kicked off the promotional tour on a stylish note in a glorious white one-shoulder gown from Armani Prive. It features a beautiful draped detail, a black panel embellished with sequins, an open back, and a floor-length skirt. We couldn’t get a clear view of her shoes due to the length of the dress, but she was wearing sexy heels from Brian Atwood. Her hair was swept to one side and styled in a wavy bob. She wore beautiful jewels from Jacob & Co., such as an armor ring encrusted with diamonds and a pair of spider earrings with pearl details.
Margot was definitely the star of the night, and she set the bar pretty high for the rest of the promo tour.
Margot Robbie at the premiere of ‘The Wolf of Wall Street’ held at the Ziegfeld Theatre in New York City on December 17, 2013
Following her impressive red carpet appearance at the New York premiere of her upcoming film, Margot was spotted heading to the Four Seasons Hotel for The Wolf of Wall Street luncheon in a chic ensemble that featured a clever and stylish combination of prints. The gorgeous actress was seen wearing a leopard-printed wool coat from Paule Ka over a black-and-white gingham shift dress from Oscar de la Renta. We don’t have any photographs showing Margot’s full ensemble, but she carried a black leather bag from Fendi (available at Nordstrom) and finished off her look with dark wayfarer sunglasses, soft pink lips, and a pair of “Peplum” pumps from Casadei.
Margot Robbie at ‘The Wolf of Wall Street’ special luncheon and Q&A at the Four Seasons Restaurant in New York City on December 18, 2013 (Instagram snaps shared by margotrobbieofficial and robbiemargot)
Her Casadei pumps feature glossy patent leather, pointed toes, and the brand’s signature lacquered blade heels. Learn from Margot, and wear these shoes to add a touch of class and sophistication to any outfit.
Casadei “Peplum” Pumps in Ecru, $640
Casadei “Peplum” Pumps in Black, $640
Casadei “Peplum” Pumps in Ecru and Black, $790
Margot shared a photo on her Twitter that showed her and her mother holding coffee cups from ABC’s Good Morning America. She made a guest appearance on the show to continue the promotion for ‘The Wolf of Wall Street’. The 23-year-old actress was a vision of understated elegance in a season-appropriate outfit from Ralph Lauren’s spring 2014 collection. She wore a black peplum top with long sleeves, a white collar, and white cuffs. Margot paired it with black tailored pants and capped off her look with “Bladeone” pumps from Casadei’s latest collection.
Margot Robbie with her mum at ABC’s Good Morning America studios in New York City on December 19, 2013 (Whosay snap shared by Margot Robbie with the caption, “Thanks for having me on the show @GMA! Mum and I are psyched with our new coffee cups :)” -posted on December 27, 2014)
This particular shoe style is not yet available for retail, but you can purchase other variations of the “Blade” pumps at Casadei:
Casadei “Blade One” Pumps in Red, $483
Casadei “Blade” Pumps in Black, $700
Casadei “Blade” Pumps in Pink, $680
Casadei “Blade” Python Pumps, $690
Based on these three stunning looks, we can definitely say that Margot Robbie is quickly becoming one of our favorite style stars. We can’t wait to see what she has in store for the rest of the promotional tour.
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