She's a jean-ius! Margot Robbie shows her style in double denim while out in New York
She can soon be seen starring in ice skating drama I, Tonya.
But Margot Robbie doesn't need to rock a leotard to turn heads.
The 27-year-old Australian actress was spotted looking chic in double denim while out and about in New York City on Wednesday.
She's a jean-ius! Margot Robbie?was spotted looking chic in double denim while out and about in New York City on Wednesday
The Suicide Squad actress looked fashionable in a long-sleeved indigo-washed jean top tucked into matching relaxed fit trousers.
Under the button-down she wore a black turtleneck along with matching leather ankle booties.
She wore her signature blonde locks down into waves as they touched her shoulders.
Matchy matchy: The 27-year-old actress looked fashionable in a long-sleeved indigo-washed jean top tucked into matching relaxed fit trousers
Ugrade your denim with Margot's Calvin Klein top
Margot Robbie has been making her rounds to promote her latest film I,Tonya in a series of high fashion looks from Monse, Saint Laurent and Miu Miu.
For her latest look, she went casual in a denim top and matching dungarees by Calvin Klein. She teamed her Canadian tuxedo with a pair of black leather boots.
When it comes to eveningwear, one wouldn't necessarily think of denim as their top choice, but Margot does it right by choosing clean lines with matching shades from top to bottom and skipping the fussy embellishments.
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Keeping warm:?Under the button-down she wore a black turtleneck along with matching leather ankle booties
Margot accentuated her porcelain skin with complimentary make-up including pink blush and matching shiny lip.
In her latest project she will be seen portraying ice skater Tonya Harding who was infamously involved in the 1994 attack on fellow skater Nancy Kerrigan.
To prepare herself for the role, the Australian star opted to not meet the American ice skater in real life according to her recent interview with Variety.?
She said: 'I actually wanted to keep a bit of distance. I knew that if I met her and liked her, I would never play this character properly.
Method acting: In her latest project I, Tonya she will be seen portraying ice skater Tonya Harding
Ice dancer: Harding was infamously involved in the 1994 attack on fellow skater Nancy Kerrigan, as the athlete is pictured in 1994
'I would be sugarcoating her flaws; I’d be trying to justify the bad things that she may do or say in a situation.'
Instead she did her research on her character by watching video footage of Harding.?
Born and raised on the Gold Coast, Margot returned to Australia in December 2016 to marry her longtime English partner Tom Ackerley.?
I, Tonya is set for release in the US on December 8 with the UK release following on 23 February.?
Triple axel!?I, Tonya is set for release in the US on December 8 with the UK release following on 23 February
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