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Margot Robbie's secret signal to her fans as she wears two brown dresses on the red carpet in one week


Margot Robbie appears to be sending her fans a secret signal just months after the success of her mega-hit Barbie movie.

The Australian actress, 33, has been wearing pink outfits inspired by ensembles worn by her character over the past few months.

But now, Margot has ditched the pink and was spotted wearing two brown dresses at different events over the past week.

Fans are speculating the Academy Award nominee is hinting the ‘Barbiecore trend’ is now officially over.

On Tuesday, Margot flaunted her waist in a see-through brown corset at the premiere of Fennell’s new film Saltburn in Los Angeles

Margot Robbie’s secret signal to her fans as she wears two brown dresses on the red carpet in one week

Just days later, the Aussie actress wowed in an off-the shoulder brown gown as she attended Variety’s star-studded Power of Women event.

Margot’s film Barbie smashed box office records in July after taking in a whopping $21.5million in its opening weekend.

The comedy, which is directed by Greta Gerwig, become the biggest weekend opening of any film this year in Australia.

The Barbie movie not only stars Margot, but also Ryan Gosling, America Ferrera, Will Ferrell, Issa Rae, Hari Nef, Simu Liu and Dua Lipa. 

Various versions of both the Barbie and Ken dolls are portrayed, with Helen Mirren narrating the film.

The Australian actress has been wearing outfits inspired by ensembles worn by her character Barbie over the past few months but now she has ditched the pink

The Australian actress has been wearing outfits inspired by ensembles worn by her character Barbie over the past few months but now she has ditched the pink 

During an interview with Vogue in May, Margot explained that the movie aimed to cater to both fans of the Mattel dolls, but also those that don’t like or even ‘hate’ the dolls.

‘We of course would want to honor the 60-year legacy that this brand has,’ she explained to the outlet. ‘But we have to acknowledge that there are a lot of people who aren’t fans of Barbie.’

‘And in fact, aren’t just indifferent to Barbie. They actively hate Barbie. And have a real issue with Barbie. We need to find a way to acknowledge that,’ the star added.

Fans are speculating the Academy Award nominee is hinting the 'Barbie trend' is now officially over

Fans are speculating the Academy Award nominee is hinting the ‘Barbie trend’ is now officially over



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