Soia & Kyo and Brock Collection
For her visit to the Royal Variety Charity's nursing home, Meghan opted for a grey wool coat by Canadian brand Soia & Kyo over a fitted Brock Collection dress from the resort 2019 collection.
Meghan made a surprise on-stage appearance during The Fashion Awards at Royal Albert Hall in London to present Clare Waight Keller with the British Designer of the Year (Womenswear) award from the British Fashion Council. The Duchess of Sussex has a special relationship with Waight Keller, who designed her wedding dress. For the occasion, Meghan wore a black, one-shouldered Givenchy gown and accessorized with gold bangles by Pippa Small.
For a meeting with The Association of Commonwealth Universities at King's College London, Meghan wore a light pink Wilfred Cocoon coat from Aritzia. The Canadian label is a favourite of the duchess, who has previously worn pieces from the brand.
For a night out with Prince Harry at the Royal Variety Performance 2018 at the London Palladium, Meghan wore a sequin top and black maxi skirt, both by London designer Safiyaa. She completed the evening look with a black clutch and Maison Birks earrings.
& Other Stories and Hugo Boss
The couple made their first official visit to Sussex since being conferred The Duke & Duchess of Sussex. For the special occasion, Meghan went with a fall-appropriate colour-coordinated forest green look, wearing a Hugo Boss leather pencil skirt and & Other Stories blouse paired with a Gabriela Hearst bag. For a cool contrast, she added a Emporio Armani cream-coloured cashmere coat and a pair of Stuart Weitzman heels.
Meghan Markle debuted another stunning look at her first solo outing as a royal. For the opening of the Oceania exhibit at the Royal Academy of Arts, she wore a black Givenchy dress and Aquazzura pumps.
Oscar de la Renta and Altuzarra
The Duchess of Sussex showed off her sporty side to celebrate the Coach Core Awards at Loughborough University. Meghan donned a navy Oscar de la Renta top, black Altuzarra pants and heels for the occasion, showing that not even being in a gymnasium can get in the way of a good outfit.
The Duchess of Sussex wore the perfect fall outfit to host an event celebrating the launch of Together: Our Community Cookbook, a charity cookbook she helped create at Kensington Palace. Keeping true to her love for Canadian designers (and royal blue for this season), Meghan wore a striking wool coat by Smythe overtop a Tuxe long sleeve turtleneck bodysuit and a pleated Misha Nonoo skirt with a white trim.
The Duchess has been a fan of Jason Wu for years, and wore a look by the designer to the 2016 Canadian Arts and Fashion Awards when she was still living in Toronto. Now she's once again donned Jason Wu—this time a royal blue shift dress—to attend a gala event marking centenary of the end of the First World War. Meghan topped off the look with matching blue accessories: Aquazzura pumps and a Dior clutch.
Meghan Markle continued to opt for classic, tailored pieces like the Joseph Altuzarra pantsuit she wore for the WellChild awards in London with Prince Harry. The slight flare of the jacket and pants with a silk Deitas camisole top underneath kept the look light, and the outfit was finished off with a Stella McCartney clutch and suede stilettos.
Judith & Charles
Meghan Markle shows love for yet another Canadian designer while out with Prince Harry at a gala performance of Hamilton at the Victoria Palace Theatre in London. She looked chic and polished in a black tuxedo dress from Montreal-based label Judith & Charles, which is part of their Fall 2018 capsule collection. The look was complete with Stuart Weitzman pumps and a gold box clutch.
Meghan celebrated part of her 37th birthday with Prince Harry at the wedding of his childhood friend, Charlie van Straubenzee, and wore a dress from Canadian-born label Club Monaco. The shirtdress featured a pleated colour-blocked skirt with black, green, pink and white. She topped off the wedding/birthday look with matching black belt, Kayu straw clutch, Aquazzura pumps and a Philip Treacy fascinator.
At the Sentebale ISPS Handa Polo Cup, Meghan supported Prince Harry as he participated in the charity polo match. She wore a denim Carolina Herrera wrap dress with a belted waist, Tom Ford sunglasses, a wicker J.Crew clutch and Aquazzura heels.
House of Nonie
While visiting the Nelson Mandela centenary exhibition in London, Meghan opted for a light pink sleeveless trench dress with double breasted black buttons down the front and a tie waist belt. The dress is by House of Nonie, a Canadian label with roots in Calgary. She completed the look with matching blush-coloured clutch and heels.
Meghan joined Kate for some quality hang-out time at Wimbledon in a blue and white striped shirt and silk pants by Ralph Lauren, Maison Michel straw hat, illesteva Leonard sunglasses and Alturzarra bag.
For the 100th anniversary celebration of the Royal Air Force, Meghan opted for a custom black dress and nude heels, both by Dior. She topped the look off with a matching Stephen Jones fascinator.
At the christening of Prince Louis, Meghan wore an olive green Ralph Lauren dress and matching hat by Stephen Jones for the intimate royal occasion. The monochromatic ensemble was completed with suede Manolo Blahnik pumps.
Straying away from the neutral tones she's been spotted in since her wedding, Meghan chose a bright, summery yellow Brandon Maxwell shift dress for the Commonwealth Youth Challenge reception with Prince Harry and the Queen.
Meghan wore a light pink Prada double-breasted short sleeve top and skirt set at the Queen's Young Leaders Awards in Buckingham Palace. She accessorized with a Prada leather clutch, black suede heels by Aquazzura Deneuve and a diamond cross bracelet by Vanessa Tugendhaft.
Meghan celebrates her one-month wedding anniversary with an appearance at the Royal Ascot, and continues the Givenchy streak with a white buttoned dress and a matching Philip Treacy hat with black detailing.
For her first royal engagement with Queen Elizabeth, Meghan opted for an off-white dress with a cape silhouette by Clare Waight Keller for Givenchy, a throwback to her wedding dress. She accessorized with a Givenchy black belt and heels from Sarah Flint.
For early-morning Anzac Day services, Meghan stepped out in a bespoke Matthew Williamson coat, pairing it with a Gucci bag.
She wore a navy and white J.Crew coat in Birmingham, England with Prince Harry.
She also carried a chic Altuzarra purse.
At the Royal Foundation Forum she wore a Jason Wu satin wrap dress.
On an official visit to Edinburgh with Prince Harry, she kept warm in a Burberry tartan coat.
She also wore a cross-body mini bag by Strathberry.
On a visit to Cardiff she wore a belted Stella McCartney coat.
She paired it with a green bag by DeMellier London.
She attended the Endeavour Fund Awards in London wearing a simple black Alexander McQueen suit.
For her first public engagement of 2018, Meghan wore a cozy coat by Canadian label Smythe. She paired it with a Marks and Spencer sweater and Burberry trousers.
She bundled up in the Elodie wool coat from one of her fave brands, Mackage, for her first ever royal engagement.
This handbag by Scotland-based label Strathberry reportedly sold out after Meghan wore it in London.
For her engagement announcement (!!!), Meghan wore a white wool coat by Canadian label, LINE. She’s been a supporter of the knitwear brand for years.
She accessorized her engagement outfit with a pair of 18K yellow gold and opal earrings by Canadian fine jewellery brand Birks.
Meghan was spotted shopping in London in a wrap scarf by Canadian outerwear brand Sentaler, another favourite of hers.
Finlay & Co
She loves to accessorize with a pair of 'Percy' sunglasses by London-based eyewear brand Finlay & Co.
For Meghan’s first official sighting with Prince Harry, at the Invictus Games on September 25 in Toronto, she wore a pair of frayed-hem jeans by denim brand Mother.
Soia & Kyo
She stepped out on November 15th wearing a down coat by Montreal-founded outerwear brand Soia & Kyo.
For the Invictus Games Opening Ceremony in Toronto, she wore a burgundy-hued, pleated Aritzia dress.
She paired her Aritzia dress with a matching leather jacket by Canadian label Mackage.
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