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It’s no secret that all eyes are on actress-turned-royal Meghan Markle and every head-turning outfit. From her designer dresses to accessible accessories, the Duchess of Sussex inspires wardrobes across the globe with her high-low mix of favorites.
Let’s start with her shoes. While Markle favors her chic Manolo Blahnik and Aquazzura pumps, the royal is also a fan of more affordable options. Not only are some of her latest choices wallet-friendly, but they also combine style and comfort — and we’re taking note.
Continuing to make a case for functional footwear, the Duchess of Sussex wore a pair of Everlane flats twice during her current royal tour. Upon landing in South Africa for her first royal tour with son Archie, Markle paired her casual travel outfit with a pair of comfy Everlane Editor Slingbacks ($155) in a neutral hue.
Sticking with what works, the Duchess made an unannounced visit to Victoria Yards in Johannesburg, South Africa sporting the same shoe in a different color. That’s twice in one week! The second time around, Markle opted for a pop of color with the persimmon suede version of the Everlane slingbacks, which she paired with a figure-flattering $148 Aritzia dress.
Budget-friendly? Comfortable? Stylish? Check, check and check! Shop Meghan Markle’s latest royal-approved shoes below, before they sell out.
Photo: @SussexRoyal via Instagram
Think of these sleek slingbacks as your trusty pair of go-with-everything flats, only better. The pointed toe gives the illusion of a slimmer foot while the simple strap makes the style wide foot-friendly. They’re available in four different colors, including the bold red-orange hue the royal sported. Pair these simple flats with everything from a dress a la Meghan Markle to casual jeans — either way, they’ll add a fashion-forward flair to any look.
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