10 of Meghan Markle’s Chicest Looks Since Becoming A Royal



A modern princess in every right, the Duchess of Sussex Meghan Markle has become a style icon even post-wedding. Starting out as a deal or no deal muse, to becoming an actress on TV show Suits and getting married to Prince Harry, it’s been a whirlwind of emotions and engagements since the beginning of her duties as a part of the royal family. From the chicest to romantic, and most controversial, here are all her most unforgettable looks.

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1. CUSTOM MADE GIVENCHY HAUTE COUTURE DRESS

On her first official day of engagements with Her Majesty The Queen Elizabeth II, Meghan was a vision in white in a custom-made Givenchy haute couture dress designed by creative director Clare Waight Keller.

2. YELLOW BRANDON MAXWELL SHEATH DRESS

Perhaps one of Meghan’s best looks to date that put her on the radar amongst the most stylish royals and won the double-tapped hearts of many is this sunny yellow dress by Brandon Maxwell, a surprising choice contrary to her usual preference for neutrals.

3. BLUSH GOAT FLAVIA DRESS

For her first post-wedding public appearance, the Duchess of Sussex opted for a blush round-neck by British label Goat (and managed to crash the brand’s website due to all the traffic) while attending a garden party at the Buckingham Palace.

4. CUSTOM MADE BLUSH PRADA DRESS

Meghan looked pretty in pink in a custom Prada dress at the Young Leaders Awards Ceremony, reminiscent of her off-the-shoulder ensemble on the Queen’s birthday just a few weeks before the wedding.

5. BESPOKE GIVENCHY PANTSUIT

Laidback days don’t come often, but when it does, Givenchy knows how to make the Duchess still look polished and sleek.

6. GREEN GIVENCHY BLOUSE AND PENCIL SKIRT

Upon arriving in Dublin for her first overseas trip as an official royal, Meghan kept things to a minimum in an emerald top by Givenchy and matching “Patch Pocket” skirt topped off with a Strathberry Midi Tote handbag and a low chignon.

7. BLUSH OFF-THE-SHOULDER DRESS BY CAROLINA HERRERA

Although deemed as “inappropriate” and “too revealing” to others, the Duchess looked every bit a princess in her off-the-shoulder dress by Carolina Herrera at the Trooping The Color ceremony.

8. WHITE HALTER NECK DRESS BY STELLA MCCARTNEY

Flaunting her best assets, Meghan’s reception look was effortlessly elegant and showed a slice of skin all while looking prim and proper.

9. GIVENCHY WEDDING DRESS

Who could ever forget Meghan’s wedding look? It may possibly be one of the most-debated wedding gowns of all time, but the dress’ romantic flair and freedom from embellishments certainly highlights the woman who wore it and proves that not everything is made out of fairy tales.

10. CHRISTIAN DIOR BATEAU NECKLINE DRESS

The Duchess wore a little black dress version of her wedding gown by French fashion house Christian Dior and matched it with nude pointed pumps and a fascinator by Stephen Jones.