It's only day three of the Sussexes' 10-day royal tour of Africa, and we've already seen Meghan Markle in...wait for it...SEVEN different outfits. Except, unlike her and Harry's big royal tour of Australia and New Zealand, not all these getups are brand-new.
Instead, the duchess is really digging her (five-inch-high) heels into a theme: rewearing outfits from previous engagements. So far, Markle has been an outfit repeater on three separate occasions in South Africa (and that's nothing to say of the accessory rewears). Here, all the thrifty duchess moments.
Veronica Beard Shirt Dress
For day one of the South Africa portion of their tour, Markle changed from her wrap dress by the sustainable African brand Mayamiko to her sky-blue Veronica Beard shirt dress that she first debuted during the Sussexes' royal tour of Oceania. (Fun fact: The @SussexRoyal account recently posted an Instagram honoring the duchess's birthday, and it featured a picture of her in the dress, taken in Tonga. So...we guess she wanted everyone to really remember it before she rewore it?)
Martin Grant Striped Maxi Dress
Another Australia tour repeat, this Martin Grant dress made its debut on Bondi Beach last October, and again yesterday during Markle and Prince Harry's night out to an evening reception honoring youth leadership and activism at the British High Commissioner's residence in Cape Town.
On day three, Markle opted to rewear her black Everlane "The Essential" Jumpsuit ($120) that she previously wore during her time guest-editing the British Vogue September issue. With it, she rewore her black Manolo Blahnik BB Pumps and Gas Bijoux earrings (from the Morocco tour in February), but added a brand-new Zofia Day delicate diamond-and-gold open cuff.