Meghan Markle's style has changed a lot since she's been in the public eye.
She swapped daring red-carpet outfits for more conservative looks when she started dating Harry.
Markle shifted her style again after stepping back from the royal family, wearing more casual looks.
Markle dressed casually for one of her first public appearances at a Coach event in 2006, wearing a navy dress with spaghetti straps and a flowy skirt.
Establishing her early red-carpet style, Markle attended a 2007 pre-Golden Globes event in a black-and-white dress that had a strapless neckline and oversized bow detailing on the bodice.
In 2011, Markle was still opting for short, form-fitting looks. She arrived at an InStyle event wearing a black minidress with a lace trim, which she paired with a cardigan.
Markle rocked another lace look for a USA red carpet in 2012. The Diane von Furstenberg dress had semi-sheer sleeves and a scalloped hem.
Markle seemed to start experimenting with color, wearing a strapless, tie-dye, maxi dress to a 2013 SAG Awards party.
Markle opted for a chic yet daring two-piece set that showed off her midriff at a 2014 fashion show.
Markle continued her streak of daring fashion at an NBC event in 2015. She wore a sheer white top that exposed her bra and wide-legged, white pants.
Markle wore another bold look in March 2016. She made an appearance at AOL Studios wearing skin-tight black leather pants and a black blazer with no top underneath.
But in July of the same year, the month she met Prince Harry, Markle's style took on a more timeless look. During a trip to New York, Markle exuded glamour in a red midi dress with nude heels and sunglasses.
At her first public appearance with Prince Harry in September 2017, Markle seemed to straddle the line between her style as an actress and that of a royal. She paired a conservative button-up top with ripped jeans.
When the couple announced their engagement in October 2017, Markle looked demure in a green dress and white coat paired with pointed-toe heels.
Harry and Markle went to Nottingham shortly after their engagement in December, and Markle opted for a much more buttoned-up look than she wore in previous years. She paired a black turtleneck with a long tan skirt and black boots.
As her wedding got closer, Markle more firmly established her chic, royal style. At the Commonwealth Day ceremony in March 2018, she wore a knee-length Amanda Wakeley dress with a structured white coat and a matching white beret from Stephen Jones.
For her royal wedding to Prince Harry on May 19, 2018, the duchess wore an off-the-shoulder dress by Givenchy paired with a tiara that she borrowed from the Queen. It marked the first and only time Markle has worn one.
Markle wore a pink Carolina Herrera dress and matching hat for Trooping the Colour in June 2018, her first official engagement as a member of the royal family.
Markle maintained her conservative but chic style after she got pregnant with her son Archie. For instance, she wore a $2,000 Victoria Beckham dress and matching hat for a Commonwealth Day service with the royal family in March 2019.
Markle even looked stylish the day after giving birth, posing at Windsor Castle with Archie and Prince Harry in a white Grace Wales Bonner dress with button detailing in May 2019.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex announced their step back from royal duties in January 2020. For her final engagement as a working royal in March, Markle stood out in an emerald Emilia Wickstead cape dress.
The royal's style became more casual after her step back. In a video posted to Save the Children UK's Instagram account for her son Archie's birthday on May 6, 2020, she swapped out fascinators and dresses for a $114 J. Crew denim shirt and wore her hair in a messy bun.
Markle chose a look that showed off her royal roots and California style for an interview with Oprah Winfrey in March 2021. She wore a silk Armani gown and styled her hair in a relaxed updo.
The duchess appeared to revert back to royal style for a visit to the UK, as she wore a cream coatdress and matching fascinator for a Service of Thanksgiving at St. Paul's Cathedral in June 2022.
But at a United Nations event just a month later in July, Markle again seemed to shift her style, rocking a fashion-forward ensemble. She paired a quarter-length black shirt with a black pencil skirt from Givenchy.
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