Margot Robbie’s Python Boots Are So Good, No Wonder They’re Already Sold Out

How Margot Robbie Styled These Sold-Out
Margot Robbie at the Los Angeles premiere of "Peter Rabbit" on Feb. 3.
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In a jam-packed Saturday full of press, Margot Robbie managed to look as lovely as ever while attending a special screening of “I, Tonya.”

After hitting the L.A. premiere of her latest film, “Peter Rabbit,” that morning wearing a flowing floral-print dress from Brock Collection, the Oscar-nominated actress opted for an entirely different evening look.

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The 27-year-old Australian-born star — who shares stylist Kate Young with Selena Gomez and Dakota Johnson, among others — looked chic in a simple black turtleneck paired with a white denim miniskirt, both courtesy of Aussie fashion designer Dion Lee.

For footwear, Robbie — who took home the Critics’ Choice Award for Best Actress in a Comedy for her role in “I, Tonya” last month — went for a statement piece with sold-out boots from designer Natacha Ramsay-Levi’s debut collection for Chloé.

The bulky python lace-up ankle booties from Louis Vuitton’s former womenswear director features two buckle straps, cutout detailing and a sharp, pointed toe, making the style anything but subtle.

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On the spring ’18 runway back in September, models wore different versions of the bold chunky-heeled boots with breezy printed dresses (as seen below), skirts and skinny trousers. But Robbie took a more weather-appropriate route with her transitional look that still feels wintery, but also serves as a reminder that there’s only six weeks left until spring.

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