The Duchess of Sussex looked gorgeous in a Stella McCartney creation with a high neck and exposed shoulders for her wedding reception. The silk crepe gown was teamed up with a pair of Cartier earrings and satin Aquazurra pumps with nude mesh detailing.
Meghan attended the Hamilton Gala in London with Prince Harry wearing a black Judith & Charles mini tuxedo dress with Stuart Weitzman black pumps and a golden box clutch. Her look will definitely remind you of Princess Diana’s love for suits.
Meghan looked effortlessly stylish in a striking red midi dress by Self-Portrait during her arrival in Tonga with her husband, Harry. She coupled this cheery outfit with navy Manolo Blahnik heels, Ecksand jewelry, and a clutch from Dior’s 2017 collection.
The mom-to-be looked stunning a cream caftan-inspired Dior gown with draped sleeves and high neck at the Formal Reception hosted by the British Ambassador to Morocco. She wore delicate diamond earrings by Maison Birks along with metallic pumps and carried a Dior clutch.
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.
The Duchess of Sussex looked cool as she arrived at the Sentebale Polo Match in her Navy Carolina Herrera dress. She kept it simple with a pair of nude Aquazzura pumps, a handwoven J. Crew clutch, and Tom Ford sunglasses.
Keeping the summer vibe in mind, The Duchess of Sussex picked a blue and white striped button-down with flared white trousers by Ralph Lauren for the Wimbledon Championships sans any jewelry or handbags. Though she carried a white Panama hat to beat the heat.
Out on a stroll at the Fraser Island with Prince Harry, Meghan kept it casual with Reformation’s striped Pineapple Dress with thigh-high slits on both sides. She paired it with strappy sandals by Sarah Flint and Karen Walker shades.
The Duchess of Sussex looks sharp in the olive green boatneck dress by Ralph Lauren that is accessorized with a belt of the same color, a Stephen Jones hat, and suede Manolo Blahnik pumps. She also carried gloves and clutch, both olive.
Meghan made an appearance at the Preview of the Oceania Exhibition at The Royal Academy of Arts wearing a classy, 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.
For Prince Charles’ 70th birthday, the Duchess chose a pale dress by Goat and a Philip Treacy hat. She matched it with a blush Wilbur & Gussie rose clutch and nude Tamara Mellon pumps. However, this monochromatic look just doesn’t do justice to her fierce personality.
At Admiralty House in Sydney, Meghan picked an olive green, pleated shirt dress by Brandon Maxwell with Tamara Mellon nude pumps. This dress is too vanilla as compared to the other spectacular outfits she wore on her Australian tour.
While wearing black at weddings is highly popular now, Meghan’s color block dress by Club Monaco just doesn’t make the cut. Though her stylish Philip Treacy fascinator and Aquazzura black pumps do catch our attention.
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 boat neck 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.
The Duchess wore a bright blue caped gown by Safiyaa with diamond earrings borrowed from the Royal Family. While the color looks amazing on Meghan, the gown’s design seems plain due to the lack of any details and an unappealing cape.
The Waist Know Midi Dress by And Other Stories appears to be a cliché with the polka dots and doesn’t do justice to Meghan’s stylish wardrobe. Her chic mocha-colored Sarah Flint sandals, on the other hand, are the best part of the whole look.
The Duchess arrived at the Exhibition of Tongan Handicrafts wearing a Martin Grant striped white-olive dress with olive pumps and a Prada clutch. The dress had the potential to stun, although, its poor fitting is where it fell short.