It has happened again: Margot Robbie has disappointed her fans with the dress she wore to the latest Oscars. Some have gone as far as calling it "the worst dress in history."
While that might sound a little too harsh, it is pretty obvious why some people might have this opinion about her dress choice, as you are about to find out.
But before we see her dress, there is something else you should know.
For a better perspective about this controversial issue, let's take a walk down memory lane and see some of the best red carpet fashion styles we have had the pleasure of seeing over the years.
It is immediately apparent that they all give Margot Robbie a run for her money.
This Is Cameron Diaz In 2010
She attended the occasion with an Oscar de la Renta gown as a pretty princess.
This Is Kate Hudson In 2003
That simple and yet amazing dress is by Versace.
Legendary Audrey In 1954
Admit it: that's an absolute classic. The beautiful dress is by Givenchy.
Let's go much farther down the memory lane and look at Audrey Hepburn's dress to the 1954 Oscars.
Here is Kate Winslet at the 2002 Oscars
She looks incredibly amazing in the Ben de Lisi dress, and her smile helps complete the perfect look.
What About Penelope Cruz In 2007?
She sets the standards in her Atelier Versace dress.
Now, Here Is Michelle Williams Back In 2006
Granted, it was a risky dress, but she still managed to impress with her mustard Vera Wang dress.
Here Is Elizabeth Hurley In 1995
The iconic dress and a matching clutch handbag are by Versa.
Then We Had Angelina Jolie Back In 2004 Looking Incredible
She wore a silk Marc Bouwer with a quaff and black kohl liner. What an inspired look!
This Is Keira Knightly In 2006
The Vera Wang dress might have a gothic look, but it still as glamorous as you would expect of an Oscars dress.
What About Halle Berry In 2002?
The dress was an instant hit. It's a semi-sheer Ellie Saab dress.
Here Is Cate Blanchett In 2005
She wore a Valentino dress that reminds us of old Hollywood.
Julia Roberts In 2001
She wore a minimalist, yet elegant vintage Valentino dress.
How About Nicole Kidman In 1997?
She is clearly getting all the attention with her Dior dress.
Here Is Mila Kunis In 2011
The sweet yet stunning lilac dress by Ellie Saab is just incredible.
Sexy Jennifer Lopez In 2012
She still managed to look good in a Zuhair Murad dress that is essentially an optical illusion.
Then We Have Jennifer Lawrence In 2013
Look at that! A beautiful Dior Couture.
This Is Jennifer Aniston In 2013
Her pillar box Valentino is getting her all the attention.
Anne Hathaway at the 2013 Oscars
She wore a pale pink Prada dress. It may look minimal, but it's great.
Here Is Charlize Theron In 2014
Looks beautiful and structural in a beautiful Christian Dior dress.
Goth Winona Ryder In 1997
The gothic dress is simply a delightful beaded classic.
Natalie Portman In 2020
That cape look is quite a brilliant choice. On top of that, it is embroidered with all the named and snubbed female directors, which is incredibly cool.
This Is Lupita Nyong'o In 2014
A dress that reminds us of Disney's Cinderella, in a good way though.
We Can't Forget Billy Porter, Back In 2019
He proved a lot of people wrong. Apparently, suits don't have to be boring, as this androgynous combination proves.
How About Marion Cotillard In 2008?
That is exactly how a glamorous mermaid would look like.
Here Is Janelle Monae In 2020
Handmaid's Tale that managed to turn into a great fashion style.
Grace Kelly In 1995
The mint green silk dress is truly adorable.
What About Jessica Alba In 2006?
This represented the best of 2006 fashion, and it would still turn heads today.
This Is Gemma Chan In 2019
What a look!
Salma Hayek In 1997
She managed not to look ridiculous despite the blue eye shadow and a tiara.
Madonna In 1998
She is clearly having the time of her life, but she still stuns onlookers with her dress despite its witchy look.
Jennifer Lawrence During The 2011 Oscars
She manages to turn a simple and elegant dress into of the highlights of the event.
Here Is Barbra Streisand In 1969
She was in a full sequin skirt, and oversized collar and 60's hair, and it all comes together perfectly.
Reese Witherspoon In 2006
Princess-like, but still a perfect and lovely dress with the pale pink ribbon detail.
Fresh-faced Uma Thurman In 1995
She managed to pull off the perfect '90s look and still look like a princess.
How About Diahann Carroll In 1969?
Clearly this is one of the prettiest dresses you will ever see.
Claire Danes In 1997
Wore a T-shit to the Oscars, yet she still managed to look good.
Cher In 1998
To be honest, you could include any of Cher's look at the Oscars in this list.
Celine Dion In 1999
Is it the best look? Certainly not, but it is undoubtedly iconic.
Faye Dunaway In 1968
No wonder lots of people wanted to be part of this photograph.
Bjork In 2001
Obviously, there are lots of opinions about this dress, but it's still epic.
Angelina Jolie In 2012
Any dress that inspires a lot of memes has to be iconic. That's for sure.
Amy Adams In 2013
Doesn't that kind of make you want to take a nap on it? What a brilliant dress!
This Is Emma Stone In 2015
You can tell she is dressed for the Oscars.
Kacey Musgraves In 2019
Anyone going to the Oscars should clearly put on something this iconic.
This Is Sharon Stone In 1998
Believe it or not, she wore a Gap men's shirt to the Oscars? That's quite iconic, right?
Here Is Beyonce In 2005
This goes to prove that when you are a star, a black dress, a ponytail and some earrings can get the job done.
Unfortunately, while all these celebrities have gone to the trouble of showing us how it's done, there is a celebrity who has proven that she still doesn't get it.
All she has done is show us how not to dress for the Oscars.
Margot Robbie, 2021
After her latest Oscars appearance, Margot Robbie has had a lot of people talking, and they were not impressed.
Once again, people have taken to Twitter have been calling out her stylist.
In case you are still wondering what the fuss about Margot's dress is all about, here is a picture of her in the highly disliked outfit.
Obviously, that was not the best look at the Oscars this or any other year.