Margot Robbie channels 1985s Day-to-Night Barbie with two all-pink outfits in Seoul

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Come on Barbie, let’s go back to the ’80s.

Margot Robbie has been cosplaying her character throughout the “Barbie” press tour — and at the movie’s Seoul premiere Sunday, she delivered not just one, but two Mattel-inspired fashion moments.

Taking cues from 1985’s iconic Day-to-Night Barbie, the Australian actress first walked the carpet wearing a hot pink skirt suit and tie-neck top inspired by the doll’s bold office attire.

Even Robbie’s cap-toed pointy pumps and white ribbon-wrapped hat perfectly matched the plastic toy’s, and she even carried a crystal-covered Judith Leiber Couture clutch in the shape of an old-school cell phone.

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She later showed off her “night” look for the event: a tulle-skirted cocktail dress with an embellished bustier-style bodice in the same screaming pink hue.

Robbie’s stylist, Andrew Mukamal, worked with Versace to re-create the Day-to-Night doll’s duo of looks.

While the actress’ custom outfits aren’t available for purchase, fans can still find the original toy on eBay.

“Oh the dress on the right was part of my dreams every night as a girl,” Olivia Munn commented on Mukamal’s post showcasing Robbie’s looks.

“That was my favorite Barbie,” added fellow star stylist Karla Welch.

The vintage doll came with a reversible skirt, a business card and a credit card; perhaps Robbie stashed the latter two in her bedazzled phone bag.

“Barbie” is finally coming to theaters on July 21.

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