Margot Robbie Black Turtleneck
Margot Robbie in a Low Heel Go-Go Boots Costume
If you’re in the market for a costume that will get you into the mood for a night out on the town, the low heel go-go boots are the way to go. Not only are these boots comfortable to wear, but they are also cute enough to wear outside of your character’s wardrobe. You can pair them with a matching pair of jeans or a skirt, and you’re set for a night out.
Margot Robbie has been in the spotlight recently as one of the actresses who will be playing Sharon Tate in Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, a film helmed by Quentin Tarantino. It’s a fictionalized account of the murders of Sharon Tate and four other people by a group of followers of Charles Manson in 1969. As a result of this, many of the costumes in the movie are based on real life outfits worn by the real-life Tate, including a sequined black turtleneck and a white miniskirt. However, the actual costumes will be slightly different.
The most impressive part of this movie isn’t its actual plot, but its iconic style. The best example of this is the actress’s outfit in the movie. This black turtleneck sweater isn’t exactly cheap. It was a gift from her boyfriend, Ryan Gosling, who is a producer on the film. On top of that, the sweater is a perfect match for the wide belt that completes the look.
Aside from the sequined black turtleneck, Margot Robbie’s costume is another example of the best of the best. She’s a master of the ’60s fad. To complement the black turtleneck, she wore a white skirt and a pair of white go-go boots. Her hair is styled in elongated lengths and soft waves, and she finished off her ensemble with simple silver hoop earrings and a matte lipstick.
While the original costumes for Sharon Tate were all over the place, there were several standouts. One of the most striking costumes was her yellow two-piece set. Another, the mod black turtleneck, was one of the most popular, and even got a nod from the Oscars. In addition, she nailed the ’60s dress-up best-seen-in-a-movie’ award.
Other examples of the ’60s fad include the ’70s, when wrap tops and bell sleeves were the rage. In the ’70s, one of the more memorable outfits involved a contrasting pair of go-go boots.
And the ’70s was also a time for the hair-raising, including the “hair-raising” best-seen-in-a-movie. In her role as a stunt double for Cliff Booth, she nailed the’modest’ best-seen-in-a-movie.
The best-seen-in-a-movie best-seen-in-a-movie is a tie, but the best-seen-in-a-movie costume in the ’60s was a matched pair of go-go boots. Of course, you have to consider whether you want to get all dressed up to play a part in a ’60s drama or just to go out to a bar. For your own safety, make sure to check the sizing guide before you go out. Just be sure to pick up the ’60s-style costume in the right size.