From being the first royal to ever be nominated as a Teen Choice style icon award to slipping into her royal shoes like a pro, Meghan Markle has time and time again wowed us with her spectacular fashion sense. While her style has changed from the time she starred in 'Suits' to the present time when she's the Duchess of Sussex, she's still quite the fashion inspiration for mere mortals like us.
From the time Prince Harry and she announced their engagement last November, Meghan has been partial towards demure pastels and nudes. Her fashion sense has been often compared to her late mother-in-law, Princess Diana, but there are moments when Meghan's own unique flair shines through. She doesn't wear too many accessories — and every stylista knows that less is more when it comes to dressing to the nines. She lightly accessorizes with a cute pair of earrings now and then and usually has a bag that matches the overall color palette. While you'd think that you would need to have deep pockets to own these coveted looks — we show you where and how to get these outfits that the former blogger actress turned royal stunned us with, at a fraction of the price.
Meghan loves a good bateau neckline, we all know that by now. She loves them so much, she had a wedding of a lifetime in a Givenchy boatneck gown, looking ethereal as ever. For this look, she went with a fit and flare black Dior dress which cuts just below the knee paired with a matching Stephen Jones headpiece and a pair of nude pumps. She carried a satin Dior clutch to complete the look and added a pair of diamond studs to add some sparkle. You can replicate her look from these places:
Who else thinks that she looked like a ray of sunshine in this Brandon Maxwell sheath dress? A refreshing look, after her nude outfits, Meghan paired this bright and sunny dress with a pair of nude pumps. A simple, yet elegant look, she went with zero accessories on this one, except a massive engagement ring of course! Find your look here:
Meghan looked like a vision in this pink trench coat dress by Calgary-based designer House of Nonie, which she paired with matching high heel pumps and a pink coordinating clutch bag by Mulberry. She accessorized it with a tiny bracelet and kept her hair in the signature Markle low bun. Your new style statement awaits you here:
Meghan channeled her 'Suits' character Rachel Zane for this look on her visit to Croke Park. She donned a black Givenchy suit over a simple white scoop neck tee. She paired the look with a leather Givenchy clutch and black Sarah Flint pumps. Get into the character with help from these websites:
For this reception at Glencairn, the Duchess picked this black Emilia Wickstead dress to help channel her old Hollywood vibe. The midi-length dress has a squared neckline and is cinched at the waist with a broad belt. Unlike most of her looks where she keeps the shoes pretty simple, this time she went with a pair of Aquazzura "Deneuve Bow" pumps featuring a slingback and a pointy front. She added a Givenchy box clutch and Diamond drop earrings. Shop for your look here:
This is one of the more playful looks we've seen so far from Meghan Markle. For an outing with her pals, she picked this gingham summer dress by Shoshanna, a Panama hat and a pair of gladiator flats from Sarah Flint Grear. Channel the Duchess' look with help from here:
For her first time at the Royal Ascot, we find her going back to her trusty fashion house. She wore a white Givenchy shirt dress and a black Philip Treacy fascinator. She accessorized it with a Givenchy clutch and Birks earrings. For shoes, she matched it with the hat and went with a pair of black pointy pumps. Head down to the races in this look:
Meghan looked super casual in this cream striped dress by Altuzarra, which she paired with a black blazer by Camilla and Marc and Tamara Mellon Paramour heels. She wore a sleek black Oroton bag as a sling and added some bling with Birks earrings and Natalie Marie rings.
This navy dress and white coat combo by Amanda Wakeley is one of Meghan's earlier looks before she became a royal. Although her style has evolved for the better since then, this look is super wearable and easy to pull off for a more dressy occasion. She added a pair of suede Manolo Blahnik pumps and a white beret by Stephen Jones.
For the Nottingham visit last year, Meghan picked a black Wolford turtleneck and beige Joseph skirt. She paired it with slouchy knee-high Kurt Geiger boots. The whole look was brought together by a thin black belt. A lifestyle blogger herself, Meghan seems to understand the power of a good belt and a nice pair of boots.
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