Suits actress, ELLE contributing writer and now the Duchess of Sussex has had many stylish moments. Here, we chart her fashion evolution.
Attending the wedding of friends Charlie van Straubenzee and Daisy Jenks’ wedding, Markle wore a sophisticated Club Monaco black dress with green and pink in the pleated skirt teamed with a black Philip Treacy fascinator with Aquazzura heels.
She accessorised the look with a pair of Linda Farrow oval sunglasses and a Kayu Anna straw clutch bag, August 2018.
To show her support for Prince Harry at the Sentebale ISPS Handa Polo Cup, Meghan wore a V-neckline denim midi dress by Carolina Herrera with a belt that cinched in her waist.
The 36-year-old accessorised her look with a basket clutch by J. Crew, Tom Ford sunglasses, and her favourite Aquazzura Deneuve slingback heels.
For a visit to the Nelson Mandela Centenary Exhibition in London, Meghan opted for a blush pink sleeveless trench by Canadian brand House of Nonie paired with matching stilettos and Mulberry England Clifton Shoulder Bag in blush calfskin, July 2018.
The newlywed wore a classic blue-striped button-down shirt and crisp white wide-leg trousers from Ralph Lauren to Wimbledon, July 2018.
During her visit to Ireland, the former actress wore a stunning grey Roland Mouret dress, a version of which she first wore on the night before her wedding. She teamed the look with black high heel shoes and a black tote bag.
The Californian beauty changed into a bespoke fitted black suit and white tee by Givenchy during her trip to Ireland. She coordinated the outfit with a gold buckle Givenchy belt, as well as carrying a £1,690 Givenchy clutch bag and a pair of black Sarah Flint stilettos.7 OF 71
Touching down in Dublin, the royal wore a forest green Givenchy blouse and skirt with tan heels, July 2018.8 OF 71
For a garden party at the British Ambassador’s residence in Dublin, Ireland, the Duchess of Sussex wore a black dress by Emilia Wickstead with an A-line silhouette, square neckline, and belt, July 2018.9 OF 71
To celebrate the Royal Air Force’s 100th anniversary, the royal wore a bespoke Dior look black dress with a boat-cut neckline similar to her Givenchy wedding gown earlier this year, July 2018.10 OF 71
The royal wore an olive green Ralph Lauren dress with matchin shoes and clutch bag, as well as a hat by milliner Stephen Jones to Prince Louis’ christening, July 2018