Margot Robbie Keeps Dressing Like Our Favorite Childhood Barbie Dolls

And we don’t want it to stop.

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Margot Robbie attends the press conference for "Barbie" in Seoul, South Korea.
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Ever since Margot Robbie landed the titular role of Barbie in Greta Gerwig’s upcoming movie about the doll, fans have patiently waited to see the actor’s real-life takes on the character’s iconic style. And this month, those sartorial moments are finally here. The actor kicked off her press tour at the end of June, and so far Robbie’s worn one Barbie doll-inspired outfit after the next. We’re particularly obsessed with her interpretation of the famed 1985 Day-to-Night Barbie, where the actor rocked head-to-toe pink custom Versace looks.

In addition to the outfits, the star also recreated some of Barbie’s biggest beauty moments. The hair? Curled to ‘50s perfection. The makeup? A rose-hued dewey dream. The nails? Even Barbie herself would add them to her Pinterest board, if she had one. Every single look, thus far, deserves a gold star for perfect execution and, of course, all of this couldn’t have been done without Robbie’s team of stylists, including Andrew Mukamal. He has even shared several photos of his client in the aforementioned outfits to his own Instagram account.

We have our fingers crossed that Robbie will recreate this 1977 Superstar outfit next. In the meantime though, see every Barbie-inspired look she’s worn to her media appearances so far ahead.

Original Barbie

During her Sydney, Australia stop on the press tour, Robbie’s custom Hervé Léger dress paid tribute to a 1959 Barbie outfit. Her accessories, too, were nearly identical to the original doll’s pieces — Robbie wore black leather Manolo Blahnik mules, white Jacques Marie Mage sunglasses, and chic gold hoops from Spinelli Kilcollin.

Day-To-Night Barbie

Robbie brought her most memorable Barbie interpretation yet to Seoul, South Korea in this fan-favorite “Day-to-Night Barbie” look. In the first photo, she wore a custom Versace hot pink A-line dress with a glittery bodice and Manolo Blahnik mules. In the second image, her Versace look was completely identical to the 1985 Mattel doll’s, from the charming white boater hat with a pink and white polka dot ribbon to the two-toned Manolo Blahnik pumps.

Sparkling Pink Barbie

For another press conference in Seoul, Robbie wore a matching three-piece outfit from Moschino. She accessorized with her go-to Manolo Blahnik pink mules and a Moschino heart purse. This stunning ensemble was a nod to the “Sparkling Pink Barbie” from 1964.

Pink & Fabulous Barbie

For a photo call in L.A., Robbie wore a custom Valentino number inspired by 2015’s “Pink & Fabulous Barbie.” The dress had a small tweak from the original design as it featured a halter neckline instead of a scoop neck silhouette. She paired the polka dot mini with Manolo Blahnik white heels, Assael pearl jewelry, and a Valentino Rockstud bag.

Earring Magic Barbie

Robbie brought ‘90s Barbie to the Mexico premiere of Barbie, bringing to life the “Earring Magic Barbie” from 1992. Mukamal really said copy and paste on this identical interpretation. The outfit featured a custom Balmain leather strapless dress with a mesh bodysuit underneath and hot pink Manolo Blahniks. The pièce de résistance, however, was the jewelry — the silver chain belt and earrings really had Robbie and Barbie twinning.

Totally Hair Barbie

Another 1992 Barbie look that was given a breath of fresh air in Mexico was the “Totally Hair Barbie,” minus the floor-length ‘90s platinum waves. Robbie’s quirky Y2K-inspired dress was designed by Emilio Pucci just for the actor, styled with Chanel resin earrings and a pale pink quilted Chanel purse. Robbie’s trusty Manolo Blahnik pumps also made another appearance.

Solo in the Spotlight Barbie

Robbie pulled out all the stops for the L.A. premiere — fully embracing a glam Barbie look we all know and love, this time it was the “Solo in the Spotlight Barbie” that stunned Barbie fans all over the world. This custom Schiaparelli Haute Couture gown beautifully highlights the original 1960 Mattel doll — nailing Robbie’s look from the sparkly black bodycon dress with a flair of multi-layered tulle on the hem, to the matching black opera gloves, while even including the embroidered red rose.

Enchanted Evening Barbie

Did you think Robbie and stylist Mukamal had reached their peak with the “Solo in the Spotlight Barbie”? Think again, because the dream duo’s latest Barbie-inspired outfit is almost an exact replica of the infamous 1960 “Enchanted Evening Barbie” and to say we’re in awe would be a severe understatement. The actor looked every bit a ‘60s Hollywood dream in this custom pale pink Vivienne Westwood gown accessorized with an oversized pearl choker from Assael. The removable white ruffle shawl captured the doll’s essence to a T, while the loose Pamela Anderson-inspired updo added a touch of ‘90s finesse.

If you’re feeling inspired by any of Robbie’s pink outfits so far, shop similar pieces below that’ll help you channel your favorite Barbie doll look.