Margot Robbie Proves That Blondes Can (and Should!) Wear Yellow: See Her Breathtaking Lemon Dress

Margot Robbie at the Harpers Bazaar Women of the Year Awards on Nov. 4
Margot Robbie simply stunned in a lemon dress at the Harper's Bazaar Women of the Year Awards in London on Nov. 4. David Fisher/Rex/REX USA

Hello, sunshine!

Occasionally, the fashion world rallies behind some silly rules. (No white after Labor Day, never mix black and brown, you know the drill.) But thanks to Margot Robbie, we can finally put the "blondes shouldn't wear yellow" decree to rest.

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The Wolf of Wall Street beauty, 24, shined bright on the Harper's Bazaar Women of the Year Awards red carpet in London on Nov. 4, thanks to her plunging lemon confection of a dress. Robbie chose the Rosie Assoulin floor-sweeper for the occasion, pairing the sunny design with rose gold sandals and bold jewels.

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Most importantly, the Pan Am alum didn't hide her golden tresses! Instead, Robbie wore her blonde locks smooth and long, and looked gorgeous doing so, proving once and for all that anyone—including blondes—can wear yellow.

Blake Lively and Julianne Hough - Yellow dresses
Bombshells! Blake Lively (at a Gucci event in June) and Julianne Hough (at the Rock of Ages premiere in 2012) have both rocked yellow dresses with their blonde hair. Andrew Walker /Chime For Change for Gucci; Jeffrey Mayer/WireImage.com

Need more? Check out some more of our favorite flaxen-haired ladies rocking the effervescent hue. In June, Blake Lively supported Gucci's Chime for Change in NYC wearing the Italian fashion house's plunging amber minidress. In 2012, Julianne Hough worked an even brighter hue—a highlighter yellow dress by Kaufmanfranco—to the Rock of Ages premiere in Los Angeles.

Michelle Williams and Sarah Jessica Parker - yellow dresses
Michelle Williams (at the 2006 Oscars) and Sarah Jessica Parker (at the Sex and the City 2 premiere in 2010) helped prove that blondes can (and should!) wear yellow. Frazer Harrison/Getty Images; Stephen Lovekin/Getty Images

Back in 2010, Sarah Jessica Parker stunned at Sex and the City 2's Big Apple premiere in a neon yellow, asymmetrical chiffon dress. And in one of the most classic examples of all time, Michelle Williams walked the red carpet at the 2006 Academy Awards in a breathtaking Vera Wang mustard gown, a look that continues to make best-dressed lists today. 

"I don’t usually think, like, Oh, I really did a great job. But there are times when I know that I’ve gotten good response for stuff. That yellow dress is one of them," Kate Young, Williams' longtime stylist, revealed to Nymag.com last month. "People still reference it all the time. And that makes me feel good."

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