Margot Robbie's Groovy Look Channels Sharon Tate

Margot Robbie's Groovy Look Channels Sharon Tate


In Quentin Tarantino's Once Upon a Time In Hollywood, Margot Robbie depicts Sharon Tate, the late on-screen character who rose to acclaim during the 1960s in clique exemplary movies, for example, Valley of the Dolls. A supporting component in the element: the awesome closet Robbie wears while in character. She encapsulates Tate's mod style with pieces, for example, calf-length boots, cowhide channels, and smaller than usual skirts. Be that as it may, even off-screen, Robbie is propping that 1960s tasteful up during the film's press visit.

The previous evening, Robbie hit the debut's after-party in London wearing one truly chic two-piece that diverted her most recent job: in an all-over impartial botanical print, the plush troupe by Matteau reviewed the '60s bloom control tasteful that Tate so spectacularly exemplified during the decade. To give it an increasingly current turn, however, the entertainer combined her attire with brilliant Loeffler Randall donkeys that had a curiously large bow detail—the ideal night embellishment—similar to her glossy silk pack with a dainty chain lash.

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