Similar to the little black number she wore for the Hamilton Gala, The Duchess of Sussex wore a sleeveless white tuxedo mini dress by Maggie Marilyn during the New Zealand tour. She coupled this chic dress with her favorite navy blue Manolo Blahnik heels.
Meghan made an appearance at the Preview of the Oceania Exhibition at The Royal Academy of Arts wearing a black Givenchy dress with long sleeves and velvet details. She paired it with black Aquazzura pumps and a clutch of the same color.
Meghan made her debut at the Ascot Racecourse wearing a Givenchy ivory collared dress cinched with a black belt along with a black and white Philip Treacy hat and a Carolina Herrera clutch. Though she looked lovely, this outfit seemed a bit too plain.
At the Royal Variety Performance, the Duchess chose to wear a sequined top with a leaf design and a fishtail skirt by Safiyaa showing off her baby bump. While her makeup and hair are on point, the ensemble falls flat on its face due to the ill-fitting skirt.
The Duchess of Sussex usually rocks boatneck dresses, though, the blue Jason Wu dress she wore for The 100 Days to Peace concert isn’t exactly her best pick. The pleats in the front just don’t work very well and make the dress look sloppy.
Meghan Markle wore a custom floor-length blue dress by Carolina Herrera featuring frilly sleeves and leaf prints and carried a nude clutch while visiting the King of Morocco. Despite its breezy vibe, the gown didn’t look flattering on the Duchess.