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The Wolf of Wall Street Star Margot Robbie showcases endless legs as she wows in minuscule black dress for wild night

The Wolf of Wall Street Star Margot Robbie showcases endless legs as she wows in minuscule black dress for wild night
Published 1 years ago on Mar 16, 2023

Margot Robbie had all eyes on her as she showed off her endless legs in a tiny black dress.

The Wolf of Wall Street actress headed out to dinner with friends in Miami, Florida wearing a statement LBD, complete with beaded string tassels and wooden beaded straps.

The spaghetti-strap gown barely skimmed Margot’s thighs and gathered in a rouched skirt, leaving her toned pins fully on display.

The star opted for a pair of beige heeled mules on her feet, leaving her toes bare to the night air.

Margot finished off her ensemble with a cream shoulder bag and speckled feather earrings, letting her brunette tresses flow loose in the wind as she made her way down the stairs.

Though most of her face was covered by a black face mask, Margot had clearly not skimped on the glam, lining her eyes with dark liner and swiping on a metallic shadow.

Babylon star Margot might have looked low-key with her ensemble, but the shoes alone se her back a fair chunk.

The Bottega Veneta Lido heels cost a pretty penny, retailing for £1150.

Margot recently caused a stir at the Oscars in a plunging black gown featuring an off-the-shoulder sweetheart neckline as she headed on stage alongside Morgan Freeman.

The pair introduced a Warner Brothers commercial which was cut off for UK audiences, but Margot still managed to capture the attention of fans everywhere with her stunning ensemble.

Her floor-length black gown, from Armani Privé, was woven through with golden strands and skimmed the floor as she strutted her stuff on the stage.

The Aussie actress let her sleek brunette hair fall straight down her back to show off her delicate gold earrings, walking arm-in-arm with Morgan at the event.

Margot skipped the champagne carpet for the event, and debuted her gown on the stage. Despite having no individual nominations for the night, her film Babylon was placed in the production design, music and costume design categories.

Sadly it failed to walk away with any awards on the night.



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