Dec 01, 2016 02:18 AM EST

Margot Robbie Rocks Both Formal & Casual: Slayed In Plunging White Dress; Left LAX In Perfect Chic Attire After Gotham Awards [Watch]

"Suicide Squad" star Margot Robbie has proved her strong sense of fashion after showing off her two different styles during and after the IFP's 26th Annual Gotham Independent Film Awards. Robbie's choice of attire could definitely showcase her simplicity and elegance on and off the camera.

The 26-year old actress first arrived in New York to attend the Gotham Awards, stunning in her long white gown with a plunging neckline that revealed her cleavage. She walked down the red carpet and posed for photo-ops showing off her slender body and flawless beauty complemented with a simple natural makeup and a crimson lipstick.

After which she was sighted leaving at the Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) wearing her smart casual look. Her top was a black turtleneck paired with a white coat partnered with a grey sweatpants and a pair of black Puma sneakers, as seen on Mail Online.

Her makeup was reduced into defined brows, nude lips and a bronzer slightly brushed on her cheeks. Her eyes were covered with a pair of reflective sunglasses whilst her hair remained tucked on the nape of her neck.

Margot Robbie is an Australian actress known for her roles as Jane Porter in the live-action movie "The Legend of Tarzan" and Harley Quinn in her latest film "Suicide Squad." She also starred in the "The Wolf of the Wall Street" in 2013 with Leonardo Dicaprio and in the romantic-comedy "About Time" with Domhall Gleeson and Rachel McAdams.

Robbie's fashion statement is one of the most sought after styles in Hollywood. In fact, Glamour revealed some of the events where she rocked out both her casual and formal wears. What do you think of Margot Robbie's fashion sense? What outfit do you think she rocked the most? Find out more of her sleek style only here on Jobs & Hire.

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