Celebrity Wedding | Margot Robbie

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The news has broken that Suicide Squad and Wolf of Wall Street actress Margot Robbie has married boyfriend Tom Ackerley in a secret ceremony in Australia. While everything is still under-wraps and no official pictures have surfaced (we’d love it if they did) we thought it would be fun to try and guess what style of dress she may have worn. We did this with Mila Kunis and it’s still one of our most popular posts, so if the format works…

When on the red carpet, Margot can really pull out all of the stops and look elegant and sophisticated with just the right amount of sexy (anyone else slightly cringe at that word, ‘sexy’… not sure what else to use!) While Margot isn’t afraid to experiment with looks (we love that about her) – she plays with colour, pattern, differing hemlines and jumpsuits – she knows what suits her and appears to be partial to column gowns.

At the 2016 Met Gala her pristine Calvin Klein Collection dress with side cutouts was simple but stunning, showing off her fab her figure without being “too much”.

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At the premier for Tarzan Margot opted for a peach coloured Miu Miu column gown that featured art-deco inspired embroidery and contrasting black seams.


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At the 2014 Golden Globes she chose a stunning deep-V Gucci gown with emerald accents.

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Which could quite possibly mean that she’d love a wedding dress like the figure-skimming Scarlet from the 2016 Songbird collection by Suzanne Neville.

Source: Susanne Neville

Or perhaps she’d love the simplicity of Nelly part of the 2017 Atelier Pronovias collection

Source: Pronovias

However, the thing with Margot Robbie is that when “off-duty” she seems to be a simple jeans and t-shirt kind of girl, partial to a more relaxed look. As the ceremony was rumoured to have been on the Gold Coast, we think that quite possibly she is more likely to have gone for a beachy, bo-ho look, perhaps something similar to the gorgeous creations of Australian-based designer, Anna Campbell. We love the Florence gown (in Slimline) which features a soft-flowing chiffon skirt and the signature beaded capped sleeves.

Source: Anna Campbell

Or perhaps the effortlessly cool Verdelle 2.0 gown by Grace Loves Lace.  It shows off the figure but adds a fun, relaxed twist with the cape detail.

Source: Grace Loves Lace


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 What style of dress do you think she would have opted for?  We hope there will be official pics from the day at some point!!!  Melissa xx