If there’s one thing we can all agree on, it’s that the Duchess of Sussex has great style. Here’s every outfit Meghan Markle wore this year.
July: A Breezy Linen Dress
Meghan Markle was photographed wearing the above $76 USD Magic Linen dress while walking in Beverly Hills with husband, Prince Harry. She accessorized the look with a wide-brimmed hat, ballet flats and a face covering. The couple hasn’t been spotted out together since they were volunteering back in April, however, they have made several video addresses.
March: Asymmetrical Style for The Queen's Commonwealth Trust
Meghan and Prince Harry posted a few throwback photos on Instagram from their visit with young leaders from The Queen’s Commonwealth Trust, which also included outtakes from a filming session. She opted for a toffee-coloured asymmetrical dress from British label Preen by Thornton Bregazzi, a playful change from her recent cape styles.
March: Bright Green for the Final Royal Engagement
For their last royal engagement, Meghan and Prince Harry joined the royal family for a special service to celebrate Commonwealth Day. She wore a green cape dress by Emilia Wickstead with a matching fascinator and nude heels.
March: Matching with Prince Harry in Red
Meghan and Prince Harry wore colour-coordinated outfits in a bright red at the Mountbatten Festival of Music. She wore a raised collar gown with a shoulder cape and back dress detail from British label Safiyaa, and accessorized the dramatic look with matching suede Aquazzura heels, Simone Rocha earrings and a satin clutch from Manolo Blahnik.
March: Back to School in Cream and Black
For her final solo royal event, Meghan made a surprise visit to the Robert Clack Upper School in Dagenham for a special assembly ahead of International Women’s Day. For the occasion, she wore a cream fringe boucle jacket from U.K. luxury brand ME+EM, London-based designer Rejina Pyo’s playful Nane bag in an ivory cotton weave and the Lorenzo 85 two-toned leather pumps by Jennifer Chamandi.
March: Budget-Friendly Puff Sleeves at the National Theatre
In a solo visit to the National Theatre’s Immersive Storytelling Studio in London, Meghan opted for a trendy (and budget-friendly) puffed sleeve white top from Topshop, a white pencil skirt with a subtle chevron pattern by Roland Mouret, gold earrings and a coin pendant from British brand Missoma and a Loewe handbag.
March: Bright Blue in London
Meghan’s first public appearance back in the U.K. took place at the Endeavour Fund Awards in London. For the occasion, she wore a bright blue Victoria Beckham wool pencil midi dress, a Stella McCartney box clutch and navy Manolo Blahnik pumps.
January: Tonal Dressing at the Canada House
For their first royal engagement of the year, Meghan and Prince Harry were in London for a visit to the Canada House, where the High Commissioner for Canada in the United Kingdom resides. The Duchess opted for chic tonal ensemble in shades of brown including a long camel-coloured coat, a turtleneck sweater and slip skirt from Massimo Dutti and velvet Jimmy Choo pumps. She also wore a rose gold Kismet by Milka dangle bracelet.
January: Nautical Stripes at the Mayhew
Before departing for Canada in January, Meghan visited the Mayhew, an animal welfare charity in London. She donned a casual yet chic Massimo navy blue wool coat and striped blue and white blouse by Misha Nonoo.
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