It’s not everyday that you walk down the aisle to find a Prince standing at the other end! Okay, so she’s the new Duchess of Sussex (we still can’t believe it!), but she’s also become a firm fashionista, and we’re kinda obsessed. Meghan Markle, style icon? Absolutely.
So, since everyone wants the Meghan Markle look, we’ve pulled together a few of her best fashion moments since she became a Royal and how you can get the look with us at Style Theory.
Meghan Markle: Wedding Dress Envy
The new Duchess arrived at the chapel in an incredible white silk gown with a bateau neckline, the epitome of class, elegance. A modern day Princess. An extremely flattering style to wear on most silhouettes as it follows the curve of the collarbone, steal the style with a similar dress from By Johnny Bare Shoulder Tie Dress. Perfect for weddings and the races, this beauty features darting to complement your figure.
As much we as loved the first dress, it was the second Stella Mccartney gown that stole the show. The backless, halterneck style was incredibly glamorous and sexy for a Royal, and we loved it. This Wicked Games Gown by Nookie shows a little more skin but definitely has the same Bond girl vibe that complemented Prince Harry’s suit perfectly.
Pretty in Pastels
At the Trooping the Colour ceremony performed by regiments of the British and Commonwealth armies, Meghan was pretty in pink in a blush dress by Carolina Herrera. Featuring an off the shoulder neckline and oversized button details, we’ve got an almost identical piece! Thank your lucky stars for the Misha Collection Romi Structured Midi Dress, a peach number with a cool asymmetric neckline, it’s the perfect style steal.
Although Meghan usually opts for neutral palettes, the Duchess is known to push the boundaries, especially in recent months. At the Your Commonwealth Youth Challenge, she wore a canary yellow pencil dress that stood out from the crowd for all the right reasons. If you’re looking for the same kind of vivid yellow, then the Mondrian Bow Dress by Rebecca Vallance is the one for you.
With it being Spring/Summer, it’s time for stripes. The nautical look is a bold but effortless statement and we’re following suit. Meghan wore a striped shirt and white pants to Wimbledon and it was a real look. Follow the trend with this gorgeous number from By Johnny. The Bold Panels Dress is everything we’d want to wear to the races or the Australian Open. The fishtail silhouette flatters the body in all the right places and it’d even look cute teamed with some white sneakers for a casual barbeque.
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