Très chic! Margot Robbie oozes sophistication in an all-black ensemble as she visits Hobart's Mona Museum

She's been on a whirlwind promotional tour for her latest film Peter Rabbit.

But Margot Robbie took time out on Wednesday, visiting Hobart's Mona Museum.

Taking to Instagram, the 27-year-old oozed sophistication in all-black ensemble as she posed inside an illuminated room. 

Très chic! Margot Robbie, 27, oozed sophistication in an all-black ensemble as she visited Hobart's Mona Museum on Wednesday

Très chic! Margot Robbie, 27, oozed sophistication in an all-black ensemble as she visited Hobart's Mona Museum on Wednesday

Margot wore a slim-fit T-shirt, tailored blazer and leggings that clung to her trim pins.

The former Neighbours star accessorised with embellished loafers and a black shoulder bag.

Styling her cropped blonde locks in a deep side part and soft waves, Margot appeared to sport a minimal makeup palette, allowing her natural beauty to shine through. 

Style: The former Neighbours star sported a slim-fit black T-shirt, a tailored blazer and embellished loafers

Style: The former Neighbours star sported a slim-fit black T-shirt, a tailored blazer and embellished loafers

A series of shots captured to Instagram saw the Suicide Squad actress making her way down a runway and tilting her head ever so slightly. 

Sharing her enthusiasm, Margot simply captioned the post: 'Mind. Blown.' 

The blonde beauty has been hot on the promotional trail for her role in children's animated film, Peter Rabbit.

Working it: Margot made her way down a runway and captured a series of poses 

Working it: Margot made her way down a runway and captured a series of poses 

During an interview with news.com.au earlier this month, Margot revealed that when she first starred on Australian soap Neighbours in 2008, producers were less than impressed with her 'bogan' accent.

'When I was on Neighbours they hired a dialect coach to make me sound less Australian even though I was still playing an Australian character,' she said.

Margot played Donna Freedman on the Channel Ten drama until 2011, later setting her sights on Hollywood. 

In demand: The blonde beauty has been hot on the promotional trail for her role in children's animated film, Peter Rabbit 

In demand: The blonde beauty has been hot on the promotional trail for her role in children's animated film, Peter Rabbit 

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Margot Robbie visits Hobart's Mona Museum

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