Meghan Markle currently has one of the most enviable wardrobes on the planet, but she’s always had impeccable taste, even before she was a royal. It was once immortalized on her lifestyle site, the Tig (rest in peace), and now it’s immortalized in thousands of photos, Instagrams, and blogs devoted to what the Duchess of Sussex wears on any given day.
And of course, everyone wants to shop like Meghan. We’ll be rounding up her best outfits and where to buy the exact pieces so you can build out your Duchess of Sussex wardrobe. All that’s left is the messy bun and royal title.
Megs looked very bridal in a custom Theia dress when she and Harry went to a reception for the King of Tonga. (When you’re a princess, you get to wear a wedding dress on a regular Thursday night.) She wore the dress with a pair of Aquazzura bow-tie heels, which are probably her second-favorite shoe after the Manolo BB pumps in navy suede. Finishing the outfit was Princess Diana’s aquamarine ring, which Meghan also wore during the royal wedding 2.0.
Earlier in the day, the Duchess wore red. The red dress by Self Portrait is not yet available (and Meghan had the hem tailored to a custom length), but it is available for pre-order. True Meghan stans will not only get the dress, but also custom-tailor the dress’s hem, just like she did.
It’s hard to decide what’s best about this outfit — Meghan, her cape, or her little baby bump. It’s all so good. The dress is from Safiyaa, a brand known for its bold colors and sharp tailoring. It’s just form-fitting enough to accentuate her lower torso — a great choice for a state dinner, in the opinion of someone who has never attended a state dinner.
While watching sailing with Prince Harry during the Invictus Games, Meghan wore Vejas — a favorite sneaker among hypebeasts and sustainable fashion bloggers (who generally have little in common otherwise). The oracle of Meghan Markle’s fashion, Meghan’s Mirror, guessed that the jeans were the pair from Outland Denim that she had worn in the tour, which are ethically made.
It wasn’t the first time this weekend that Markle embraced sustainable style. To be fair, she’s wearing many Australian designers and many Australian designers are more eco-friendly. But, she also wore an American favorite on a trip to Fraser Island. The Duchess wore a Reformation sundress with a thigh-high slit and messy bun. The dress is currently out of stock.
The fourth sustainable designer Meghan wore over the weekend (and Monday in Australia) was Stella McCartney, the same designer who made her second wedding dress. Markle paired the navy cape dress with a coat by Gillian Anderson for the opening ceremony of the Invictus Games.
Like anyone visiting Sydney, the Sussexes visited the famous Bondi Beach. The two sat with plastic flower leis in a “no bad vibes” circle that concluded in a group hug. That’s how they do it in Australia. Meghan kicked off her wedges for a brief moment and wore a gorgeous dress from Australian designer Martin Grant.
On a trip to Melbourne, Meghan played rugby in stilettos and then smartly changed into flats for the beach, and another shift dress. The dresses look almost identical, but I’m assuming HRH wanted to match the navy dress to the navy shoe and the black dress to the black shoe. Shop the look below.
This is Meghan’s banana bread–making outfit. The jeans are from eco-friendly Australian brand Outland denim and the blazer is from her friend Serena Williams’s collection. The look is very classic, especially with a slicked-back ponytail.
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