29.10.2020

You can buy Meghan Markle’s dress in M&S for £49

The Duchess of Sussex donned a bespoke navy crew neck sweater by Givenchy with a bespoke navy pleated skirt, also by the designer, during her royal tour of New Zealand. Those who follow Meghan’s style may well recognise the look because she has the exact same top in green. Once again, Meghan opted for that boatneck style that suits her SO well.

Meghan proved she’s as thrifty as us by snapping up this purse-friendly maternity dress from ASOS for £44. The classic LBD has a boat neck (Meghan’s failsafe neckline) and a high-rise empire line. Finally, royal fashion we can all afford!

Meghan was a vision in pink as she stepped out in Fiji wearing this ruffled printed dress embellished with pompoms from the bohemian-inspired label, Figue.

Meghan shows off her pregnancy glow in a striking blue Safiyaa gown at a state dinner in Fiji and we’d argue its her best look yet.

The Duchess of Sussex touched down in Fiji in a stunning white long-sleeved Zimmerman dress.

Meghan stepped out during her and Harry’s Australian tour looking super chic wearing a striped maxi dress by Martin Grant on a visit to Bondi Beach.

Meghan is absolutely nailing pregnancy style, arriving in Melbourne in a smartly tailored navy dress by Australian label, Dion Lee, offset with classic court shoes. Fashion fans were so desperate to get their hands on the dress that the designer’s website totally crashed – even though the dress isn’t even on sale yet.

Meghan stepped out in Australia in a low-key look with hairstyle to match. The pregnant royal donned a pared back top from Maison Kitsune, skinny jeans by Outland, boots from J.Crew and a grey blazer designed by her best pal, Serena Williams.

Meghan Markle looked ethereal as she stepped out for the first since announcing her pregnancy. She was a vision in this £973 white figure-skimming dress by Australian label, Karen Gee.

Meghan opted for a loose-fitting navy coatdress by Givenchy as she made a stunning entrance at the Royal Wedding of Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank.

Meghan just gave her a lesson in how to do head-to-toe green on a trip to the University of Chichester’s Engineering and Digital Technology Park. While her skirt was a £369 number from Hugo Boss and her Gabriella Hurst tote set her back £1,695, fashion fans on a budget will be delighted to know that her shirt was £39 from & Other Stories; get it while you can! We’re also v into these Stuart Weitzman heels.

For her first royal solo engagement at the opening of the ‘Oceania’ at the Royal Academy of Arts, Meghan donned this divine £2,510 Givenchy gown, offset by this small black box clutch, which she also snapped up at Givenchy for a cool £1,390.

The Duchess of Sussex attended the Coach Core Awards held at Loughborough University wearing a £1636 navy peplum top by Oscar de la Renta, and trousers by Altuzarra. So. chic.

Meghan looked super chic in this royal blue Jason Wu dress, which she had custom-made for her (naturally). Meghan offset the ruffle front dress with satin sling-backs from Aquazurra.

Meghan joined her husband, Prince Harry, at the WellChild Awards and looked effortlessly chic in this incredibly classic black Altuzarra jacket-and-trouser combo teamed with a £173 pared back black blouse by Deitas. The leg-lengthening trousers worked wonders for the royal and it’s a style we can’t wait to copy this season.

Meghan celebrated her 37th birthday as Prince Harry’s date for his best friend’s wedding. Donning a black Club Monaco dress and Philip Treacy hat, Meghan was the epitome of chic. However, the trolls were out in force (as per usual) and rushed to comment on the fact that Meghan’s bra was ever so slightly on show. Have they really got nothing better to talk about? We think she nailed the wedding guest look and hope she enjoyed her first birthday as a royal.

Meghan looked to best friend and unofficial stylist Jessica Mulroney to help pick her outfit for an outing with Harry to the Nelson Mandela centenary exhibition in London. The choice? A stunning sleeveless trench coat dress by Canadian label House of Nonie.

Meghan kicked off the day in London wearing a black fit-and-flare Dior dress to attend a thanksgiving ceremony for the RAF at Westminster Abbey before jetting off to Dublin that afternoon…

For her visit to Ireland, Meghan stepped out wearing a green Givenchy top and pencil skirt with a tan tote by Strathberry as she arrived alongside her husband.

She later changed into her third outfit: a chic black midi dress by Emilia Wickstead to attend a garden party at the residence of the British Ambassador to Ireland. Meghan offset the look with a Givenchy clutch bag and Morganite Drop Earrings from Birks.

Having worn so many muted hues recently, we were thrilled when Meghan stepped out in this zesty little Brandon Maxwell number. Did you know, Brandon has worked as Lady Gaga‘s stylist since 2012. That’s what you call versatile…

Continuing her neutral-wardrobe theme, Meghan opted for a pale pink Prada dress as she joined Prince Harry and Queen Elizabeth to meet ‘The Queen’s Young Leaders’ at Buckingham Palace.

Meghan continued to channel her bridal look as she attended Ascot wearing another white Givenchy dress. This one featured shirt-style centre buttons and a black belt, which she matched with Balenciaga knife pumps and a monochrome Philip Treacy hat.

Meghan makes her first outing as the Duchess of Sussex. The newlyweds stepped out to celebrate Charles’ 70th birthday at Buckingham Palace. Meghan chose a rose-hued dress from Goat, paired with a Wilbur & Gussie bag and a Philip Treacy hat.

Meghan put a spring in her sartorial step as she opted for this punchy green floral dress with a plunging neckline at the Invictus Games Reception in London.

Sun’s out and we finally got a glimpse of Meghan’s spring style – and guys, it is good. The first summer dress she debuted was an absolute hit and now people are saving up their pennies to splash out on the pinstriped Altuzarra midi dress she donned, which retails at £1,450. Meanwhile, we’ll sit and wait for a high street version of the frock, which will certainly happen.

Wearing a coat by Babaton for Aritzia as she joined Prince Harry at the UK Team Trials for the Invictus Games Sydney 2018 at the University of Bath Sports Training Village in Bath.

The royal couple landed in Belfast to make their first official joint visit to Northern Ireland. Meghan opted for a spring coat by Mackage, a Greta Constantine emerald skirt and a jumper by Victoria Beckham.

For her visit to the Edinburgh Castle while in Scotland, Meghan chose a long Burberry tartan coat that oozed winter chic, paired with a delicate cross-body bag.

Meghan stepped out in another black ensemble – and we’re pretty obsessed with this look. For her first red carpet event with Prince Harry, the royal-to-be ditched the dress protocol and chose to wear a tailored pantsuit by Alexander McQueen. The look was accessorised with a small clutch and suede Manolo Blahniks.

Wearing a black coat by Stella McCartney and trousers by the Welsh fashion house, Hiut Denim as she arrives at Cardiff Castle for her third public engagement with Prince Harry.

Meghan and Prince Harry visited the POP Brixton radio station. For the occasion the royal-to-be wore a long off-grey coat, flared black trousers and leather boots. Under the coat she had a simple black M&S jumper.

Surely one of the outfits that will cement Meghan Markle as a future royal style star, the newly engaged actress stepped out for Christmas Day celebrations wearing a camel wide collar wrap coat from Sentaler, a Chloé Pixie Suede Crossbody Bag, brown Stuart Weitzman heeled boots, and an incredible brown hat from Philip Treacy.

For their official engagement appearance, Meghan stepped out in a chic, white trench coat by Line the Label, which she wore over a forest green dress with tie-up, nude heels and earrings by Birks.

Meghan hit The King’s Road in London for a spot of shopping looking chic (as per), in a chunky black Smythe knit, a grey jacket, scarf, black flared jeans from Mother and black boots.

Meghan attended the Invictus Games wearing the Wilfred Beaune Dress by Aritzia.

For her first joint appearance with her Prince, Meghan wore a white Misha Nonoo shirt, interestingly named their ‘Husband Shirt’, and Mother jeans.

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To the Invictus Games, Meghan looked gorgeous in plum hues wearing a Mackage leather jacket and burgundy dress.

For an appearance on The Today Show, Meghan opted for a summery striped short suit with a white camisole. She completed the look with nude heels – been taking style cues from The Duchess, Meghan?

Forget Wimbledon whites, it was all about black at the tournament for Meghan.

For another appearance on The Today Show, Meghan wore a bold and bright red dress.

At the ARTs 25th Anniversary, Meghan proved her undying love for short suits in this Veronica Beard combo.

At an AOL event, Meghan went chic in a black blazer and leather look trousers.

At an Instagram dinner in 2016, Meghan looked demure in a navy silk dress and fun strappy heels.

At a Sephora launch in 2016, Meghan went back to black in an LBD and leather jacket.

Meg worked the off-the-shoulder trend expertly at the Roland Mouret dinner in 2016.

At the CFDA Awards back in 2015, Meghan was a silver siren in a metallic mini dress by Misha Nonoo.

At the 2015 NBC New York Summer Press Day, Meghan opted for a white top with wide-legged white trousers.

At another NBC event, the actress wore black trousers with a pink tulle wrap top with black floral detail.

At a MasterCard Fashion Week event in autumn 2015, Meghan looked chic in all white.

At the Wes Gordon fashion show during MADE Fashion Week, Meghan wore a long blue skirt and fluffy coat.

Meghan mixed her prints in check trousers with a striped jumper. LOVE the shoes.

Meghan wore a Roland Mouret mermaid gown to Elton John’s AIDs Foundation’s Benefit in 2014.

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