Check her out! Margot Robbie looks chic in red-and-black plaid leggings day after the NYC premiere of her ice-skating drama I, Tonya
She celebrated the premiere of her new movie, I, Tonya, in New York's Manhattan on Tuesday evening.
But that didn't stop Margot Robbie getting up bright and early on Wednesday morning.
The 27-year-old Australian actress, who stars as real life disgraced figure skater Tonya Harding in the black comedy, was spotted strolling in the city on a pleasant morning before jumping into an SUV.
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Catching her ride: Margot Robbie was spotted out in Manhattan early on Wednesday morning, after the New York premiere of biopic I, Tonya the night before?
The Suicide Squad star rocked a black sweater that she wore over a white T-shirt and eye-catching red and black plaid leggings,
She completed her outfit with black ankle boots, a black purse and shades.
Margot tucked her blonde tresses behind her ears and didn't appear to be wearing much make up beyond a splash of rose lipstick.
Cutting a dash: The 27-year-old Australian showed off her shapely legs in red and black plaid leggings as she jumped into ?the back of a waiting SUV
Step out in studs like Margot in her Balenciaga boots
Margot Robbie was spotted at the airport wearing a casual yet stylish outfit comprised of jeans, a black knit sweater and this pair of edgy boots by Balenciaga.
Shoes have always been our weakness and after clapping eyes on Margot's studded chelsea boots-- we instantly knew our winter wardrobe was complete!
These hardy booties take inspiration from wingtip brogues with their decorative perforations and serrated edges but given a high-fashion spin with silver studs...indeed this is the mastery of the cult French label.
Click right to snag a pair for yourself over at NET-A-PORTER or make like Margot with some of the studded alternatives in the edit below.
So stylish: The star teamed her eye-catching leggings with?a black sweater that she wore over a white T-shirt completing her outfit with black ankle boots, a black purse and shades
She revealed she actually asked the 'incredibly lovely' Tonya for advice before filming began.
'She was like, "Just do sit-ups. So many sit-ups,"' Margot told People on Monday.
'She was more worried about me, how I was doing with the ice skating, how I was doing with the fame at a young age. She was very sweet and very understanding that we were making a film.
Keeping her head down: Margot didn't appear to be wearing much make-up for her outing
Simple style: The beautiful blonde tucked her shoulder-length tresses behind her ears
Premiere night: Margot, who stars as disgraced skater Tonya Harding in the darkly comedic biopic, arrived at the after party with co-star Sebastian Stan, who plays her ex-husband Jeff
'We weren't making a traditional biopic and this isn't a documentary - it's a film. And we need to have freedom to let these characters grow in their own way.'
It follows a bungled attempt to disable Tonya's rival Nancy Kerrigan before the 1994 Winter Olympics in Norway that Tonya was linked to and lead to her being barred from the sport for life.
Meanwhile, Margot has been nominated in the lead actress category at the Film Independent Spirit Awards, which air March 3 on IFC live from a marquee on Santa Monica Beach.
Leap of faith: Margot had to learn to skate for the movie about the attack on Tonya's rival Nancy Kerrigan before the 1994 Winter Olympics in Norway that lead to her being barred for life
The real deal: Tonya on the ice at the?1994 Winter Olympics in Lillehammer, Norway
?She and her Brit husband Tom Ackerley co-produced I, Tonya; and December 19 will mark their first wedding anniversary.
'We were best friends and roommates before and now we're like best friends and roommates still,' the Somerset College grad told Vogue Australia.
I, Tonya - also starring Allison Janney and Bobby Cannavale - hits US theaters on December 8 and UK theaters on February 23.
With her crew: Margot and husband Tom Ackerley, center, who co-produced the movie, plus writer Steven Rogers, left, and producer Bryan Unkeless, right at I, Tonya's ?Toronto Film Festival premiere in September
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