Meghan Markle has proved to be a true style icon, from rocking outfits designed by high-end brands to H&M. Sure to say, all Meghan Markle admirers and fans made sure to take inspiration from the array of looks she sported on various outings and occasions.
We start off this series by throwing it back to the time when Meghan Markle made her first public appearance after marriage as the Duchess of Sussex. The occasion was of Prince Charles’ 70th birthday at Buckingham Palace.
Here Meghan is seen donning a pastel pink hued Flavia dress from Goat priced at £590. She styled the look with a hat from Philip Treacy paired with a Wilbur & Gussie bag.
Meghan Markle was spotted in a recent visit to an animal charity Mayhew, where she has recently become a patron.
Seen here, wearing an H&M dress which cost a mere £25 and wore a cream-colored Armani coat. Lots of layering was seen in the look along with matching tones.
Just after the Duchess was spotted wearing this dress, the fans took to social media raving about the cost-efficient wardrobe choice and soon after the website crashed and the H&M MAMA Beige Melange Fine-Knit Dress got sold out within minutes.
This look truly was the epitome of grace and elegance all in one, Markle was seen donning this at the opening of ‘Oceania’ Royal Academy of Arts.
Meghan wore a Givenchy Black Velvet-Appliquéd Midi Dress which is priced at £2,510. The look was completed by a Givenchy minimalistic black box clutch which retails at £1,390.
Another dress which made it amongst our top picks was this New York-based Label Altuzarra number- an ‘Audrey’ Pinstriped Pinafore Trench Dress which retails at £1,450 and this won the crowds over yet again and was a hot look for the Spring season.
This look was beaming with elegance, Meghan Markle carried this look out for Celebrations on Christmas Day. A camel colored coat from Sentaler, which had a wide strapped collar priced at $1,395 USD. The bag worn with this was a tan brown Chloé Pixie Suede Crossbody Bag. The boots adorned were Stuart Weitzman heeled boots. A statement brown hat from Philip Treacy was also worn.