The Duchess of Sussex’s Meghan Markle Best Looks

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Meghan Markle is a bit of rebellious addition to the royal family, and with it comes her own distinct style which is just as rebellious. And we’re obsessed. While her wedding day look was breathtaking, it’s all in between style moments that really make our heart swoon for Miss Meghan.

 

 

Royal Variety Performance
A sequin, leaf-printed halter top pairs with a long maxi skirt by designer Safiyaa. With the lines of the outfit, it almost looked as though it’s a unique dress. The glittery ensemble was paired with a gold and black clutch and black pumps by Aquazzura.

 

 

Anzac Day
Here, Markle kept it chic with a black beret style hat designed by Philip Treacy, which she matched with an equally chic Jacki O suit ensemble, created by Emilia Wickstead. We loved the crepe fabric and the midi length of the skirt paired with a shorter, cropped jacket.


New Zealand
Markle wore a stunning blue Gabriela Hearst dress which fit like a glove and made her look like a princess (how fitting!). The modified straps of the dress and open necklace only enhanced the Duchess’s natural glow. She accessorized with Stuart Weitzman heeled sandals and a pendant by an NZ born designer, showing her support for local economies.

 

 

Women Empowerment Reception
This gal knows how to rock all black, and isn’t afraid to make the look her signature. In a way, this is a take on the Little Black Dress, but Markle opted for her favorite midi silhouette, this time designed by Black Halo in an asymmetrical. We’re obsessed with the tiny details like the ankle wrap heels and skinny belt.


Australian Geographic Society Awards
Looking like a Black Swan masterpiece, Markle rocked this high-end Disney princess look in an Oscar de la Renta “scribble dress” from his pre-fall 2018 collection. Instead of scribbles, lying birds adorn the neck and hem of this elegant, sleeveless look.

 

 

Commonwealth Day
The first time Markle was seen with the Queen, she went for a fascinator style hat but opted for cream instead of black this time. Paired with a matching Amanda Wakeley jacket and a navy dress by the same designer, this look is understated but flawless.


Sydney Invictus Games Reception
Instead of her usually demure looks, Markle chose loud prints over neutrals this time, trying out a green floral by Self Portrait that looked gorgeous on her. A McQueen blazer adds a sense of professional sensibility to even out her unusually feminine choice.


Grand Pacific Hotel
This look may not be the most embellished, but its beauty lies in its simplicity. A ginkgo cape dress by London designer Saafiya created a dramatic maxi look paired with a cape that resembled a regal train, in a perfectly chosen blue shade. The jewels were borrowed by the Queen, most likely.

 

 

Belfast, Northern Ireland
This look absolutely slayed and is our winter and fall fashion inspo forever. A lusciously creamy cashmere Victoria Beckham sweater sat starkly against a forest green skirt with a unique hem. A deep camel, front drape wool coat by Mackage pulled the look together, as did her romantic heels.


First Solo Engagement
This royal chose well for her first solo appearance, making us swoon in all black once again. She’s a lesson that black is in fact a dynamic shade and can look very diverse. This long-sleeved Givenchy look was punctuated by sheer panels, billowed sleeves, and a dark torso panel with a midi center slit skirt. Demure, sure, but boring? No way.