Meghan Markle just wore $100 Sam Edelman flats during her royal South Africa tour—and we're scooping them up

Adrianna Barrionuevo

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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle visit the Auwal Mosque in Cape Town, South Africa. (Photo: Samir Hussein/WireImage)
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle visit the Auwal Mosque in Cape Town, South Africa. (Photo: Samir Hussein/WireImage)

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry had a busy day two of their South African tour, spending the afternoon at the Auwal Mosque in Cape Town. And for the occasion, the Duchess of Sussex dressed in a mix of high-low fashion.

She paired a cream headscarf with an olive Staud Millie maxi shirtdress that was belted at the waist. The $325 eco-friendly dress is made of 100 percent recycled nylon and available for pre-order—but her shoe choice was the true standout.

Markle accessorized her look with a pair of sensible, pointed-toe Sam Edelman flats. The Duchess is known to favor comfortable footwear and this pair of neutral shoes is not only perfect for fall, but the price is right.

Meghan Markle wore these suede Sam Edelman flats in the shade Oatmeal. (Photo: Zappos)
Meghan Markle wore these suede Sam Edelman flats in the shade Oatmeal. (Photo: Zappos)

The nude Sally flats are $100 at Zappos and available in narrow and wide styles, and 10 different colors and patterns.

“I was surprised how comfortable these were,” wrote a happy customer. “I’m in my 40s so I need a little support and cushion in my flats. These fit the bill.”

Shop it: Sam Edelman Sally Flats, $100, zappos.com

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