ESC: Margot Robbie

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Margot Robbie's red carpet style is as diverse as her acting roles.

From leather shorts fit for the femme fatale in Focus to embellished pieces that remind of the glitz worn by ice skaters, you never quite know what to expect from the Australian actress. But, you can probably assume whatever she chooses will be exciting and beautiful. 

With a Golden Globe nomination for her role as figure skater Tonya Harding in I, Tonya, we're sure to be seeing more epic reveals from the star this award season. Her buzzworthy career is bound to attract designers, and with her open-minded style, there's an unlimited number of brands she can work with. We're on the edge of our front row seat.

Before we can anticipate what's to come, we're taking a moment to look back on the star's jaw-dropping style. Check out her best looks below! 

ESC: Best Dressed, Margot Robbie

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The actress donned a white and black polka dot gown that featured a plunging neckline embellished with red detailing for the European premiere of Mary Queen of Scots.

ESC: Best Looks, Margot Robbie

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For the premiere of Mary Queen Of Scots, the actress looked like an absolute dream in a sheer silver Chanel gown.

ESC: Best Looks, Margot Robbie

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The actress stunned at Chanel's Cruise Collection show in a blue and purple mini-dress that featured sequin embellishments and stripe detailing.

ESC: Best Looks, Margot Robbie

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Margot lit up the I, Tonya UK premiere red carpet in a custom Louis Vuitton long-sleeve floor-length gown dripping in silver, black and white sequins.

ESC: Best Dressed, Margot Robbie

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The Wolf of Wall Street actress looks rocker chich in a Saint Laurent jet-black and green dress at the 2017 IFP Gotham Independent Film Awards. 

ESC: Best Looks, Margot Robbie

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The strawberry blond actress wears a monochromatic Versace look in all strawberry tones. The look is playful with separates and a cropped blazer structured with shoulder pads. 

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We can't help but Focus on the kaleidoscope of rainbow butterflies adorning the Suicide Squad starlet's sleeveless Versace gown with flattering gathering at the waist. 

Margot Robbie, ELLEs 24th Annual Women in Hollywood

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LBDs don't always have to be constructed and polished. Case in point: Robbie's deep-v mid-length LBD with a butterfly cut out and mismatched shoes. Where is the missing bling on Margot's shoe? On her bracelet, of course! 

2017 Governors Awards, Margot Robbie

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We're never one to give you fluffed up content, but Robbie's fluffy, cotton candy-esque bag is the fashion exception to the rule. The bag perfectly brings out the powder pink embroidered flowers on her black velvet Altuzarra dress the Academy Of Motion Picture Arts And Sciences' 9th Annual Governors Awards. 

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Leave it to Margot to pull off a tiger-face embellishment. The star wore Gucci to the European premiere of Suicide Squad.

ESC: Margot Robbie

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A true fashion rule breaker, the actress donned mixed materials and contrasting sleeves in this Alexander McQueen gown at the New York City premiere of Suicide Squad.

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Plain Jane who? The blond bombshell was sultry yet playful in Miu Miu at The Legend of Tarzan's L.A. premiere.

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Not everyone could pull off this complicated pattern (and hot pink cuffs!), but Margot did it effortlessly in Gucci at the Legend of Tarzan premiere.

Margot Robbie, MET Gala 2016, Arrivals

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The Legend of Tarzan star was a cut above the rest in Calvin Klein.

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The flirty bow-adorned crop top is adorable on its own, but paired with high-waist black pants and slim stilettos, it's a perfect date-night look.

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Who needs cleavage or a booty-hugging mini? Margot is stunningly sexy in this backless gown at the premiere of Whiskey Tango Foxtrot.

Margot Robbie, 2016 Oscars, Academy Awards, Arrivals

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Margot was like an Academy Award come to life in this Tom Ford gold snakeskin gown.

Margot Robbie, Charity Day

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Charity events call for more coverage. Margot kept things classy in this simple black blouse and draped black tea-length skirt.

Margot Robbie, Givenchy, NYFW

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The actress stunned in stark white Givenchy at the label's Spring 2016 New York Fashion Week show. 

Margot Robbie, Fashion Police

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One could say all eyes and flash bulbs were focused on Margot's sheer Giambatista Valli gown, which she donned at the L.A. premiere of Focus. 

Margot Robbie, 2015 Academy Awards Oscars

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Yves Saint Laurent. Need we say more? The actress arguably took home the only award that matters at the 2015 Oscars: Style Icon of the Night. 

Margot Robbie, Vanity Fair Oscar Party

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The actress ravished in Dior at the 2015 Vanity Fair Oscar Party. 

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Margot stunned in this black Chantilly lace Prada halter. The printed silk brocade provides just enough oomph to render the actress' locale—ehem, the 2015 Academy Of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences' Scientific and Technical Awards Ceremony—just a bit easier to mouth. Don't you think? 

Margot Robbie Muse, MET Gala

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Margot looks fierce in Prada at the 2014 Charles James: Beyond Fashion' Costume Institute Gala at NYC's Metropolitan Museum of Art. The actress opted for an embellished (and unabashedly sheer!) turtleneck tank atop a white and black textured skirt in an ensemble that would scarcely register on just about anyone else.  

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Margot looks positively prim in Marni at a special screening of Focus in London. Her black knee-length trench is the perfect compliment to her jumpsuit's sharply constrasted color-blocking. 

Margot Robbie, Stars' First Oscars

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Margot's 2014 Oscars look entailed a certain departure for the familiarly blonde-locked actress. But style iconry is a trying feat. The simplicity of Margot's black strapless Yves Saint Laurent gown pairs brilliantly against her deep red lip and uncharacteristically dark locks. 

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Margot looked elegant yet modern at the Critics Choice Awards in 2014. She wore a black Elie Saab jumper, replete with tempered yet daring lace sleeve work. 

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The Wolf of Wall Street star opted for a well-placed pop of color, pairing a white Rag & Bone midi beneath a fiery bright yet impressively subdued graphic Giambattista Valli kimono overcoat for the film's premiere Down Under in 2014. 

Margot Robbie

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Green with envy over Margot's cheetah print Marc Jacobs mini? So was everyone on the 2014 FGI Night of Stars red carpet, we'd venture to guess. 

Margot Robbie

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Margot bared just a hint of skin in this floral Vionnet two-piece at 2014's One for the Boys charity ball. The asymmetric hem is subtle yet fresh, while the ensemble's blue hue pairs brilliantly against the beauty's rouge-hinted 'do.  

Margot Robbie

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Margot stunned in an oft-neglected and scarcely pulled-off canary yellow at the 2014 Harper's Bazaar Women of the Year awards in London. 

Margot Robbie

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Margot played hostess at the Carmella dinner in 2014. Note to chic hostesses everywhere: go nude. In a neutral, airy, and understatedly sexy peasant top + accompanying wide-legged trouser, that is. 

Margot Robbie

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And the prize goes to: Margot Robbie, for her Boss pantsuit. Pun intended. The actress wowed at the 2014 Hugo Boss Prize ceremony at NYC's Guggenheim Museum.

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