Get Margot Robbie’s ‘The Wolf of Wall Street’ style

Guest post: Erika Marucci is the Style and Beauty Intern at Canadian Living and a journalism student at Centennial College, currently in her last semester. She loves all things fashion, beauty and entertainment and wants to pursue a career in the magazine industry as a fashion journalist. She can also write and speak fluent Italian.

Australian actress Margot Robbie plays the role of Naomi Lapaglia, the beautiful second wife of Jordan Belfort (played by none other than Leonardo DiCaprio), in the Oscar-nominated movie, The Wolf of Wall Street.

Naomi’s style is sexy and vibrant, inspired by the theatricality of ‘80s high fashion. In the scene in which she meets her husband-to-be for the first time, she wears a blue bandage dress by Hervé Léger. From her first appearance in the movie, we are introduced to a character that’s not afraid to show her confidence and sex appeal through her style.

Photo by Mary Cybulski, Courtesy of Paramount Pictures

When she becomes a mother, she still wears her flashy dresses that project her inner strength onto the outside. From the pink Azzedine Alaïa to the beaded Versace gown, Naomi knows the meaning of the phrase “dress to impress.”

Photo by Mary Cybulski, Courtesy of Paramount Pictures

To get Naomi’s style, look for a short dress—preferably a colourful one—that hugs your curves and accessorize it with statement earrings. Ankle-strap pumps are also a must-have in Naomi’s closet.

Mrs. Belfort not only has a stunning wardrobe, but she also has flawless, long, wavy hair that she likes to keep loose. To get hair that looks healthy and beautiful with no effort, follow our simple tips for the perfect blowout.

Margot Robbie Wolf of Wall Street clothing

Get the look:

1. Ruched bodycon dress with keyhole detail, $74, asos.com.

2. Wild child small flap bag, $110, guess.ca.

3. Fancy shadow-stripe bodycon dress, $24, canada.forever21.com.

4. Noir Jewelry gold-plated hoop earrings, $48, theoutnet.com.

5. Leather ankle strap pump, $90, lechateau.com.

Film photos by Mary Cybulski, Courtesy of Paramount Pictures