And how to shop them
Well it’s official, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are engaged. So if you weren’t already familiar with the Suits actress, you will be, as you’re about to see a lot of her – and her wardrobe – once she takes on royal duties.
So what exactly is Meghan Markle’s style like? Well, much like her future sister-in-law Kate Middleton, she has a love of tailored dresses, her go-to for red carpet events.
Being from Hollywood, she doesn’t shy away from a bit of glitz, but is equally happy to dress down in a pair of jeans and a t-shirt.
And much like we see with Kate Middleton’s favourite fashion brands, Meghan is often spotted wearing these designers and labels. Scroll down to shop her wardrobe.
Meghan Markle wearing Carolina Herrera
Both Meghan and Kate are big fans of Carolina Herrera and we’ve noticed the Duchess of Sussex stepping out in more of the designer’s sophisticated dresses. Most notably, her off-the-shoulder number at Trooping the Colour attracted a lot of attention by bending the royal fashion rules and also for just generally being a stunning piece straight out of our dream wedding guest dresses wardrobe.
She also dressed things down in a classy denim midi at Prince Harry’s charity polo dress which won us over, mainly because it had pockets. POCKETS.
Priced at £2,102, available at Farfetch
Meghan Markle wearing Theory
Elegant bateau necklines have basically become Meghan Markle’s signature silhouette and she opted for a modern menswear piece from Theory for an outing in Cardiff with Prince Harry. It’s almost totally sold out and unfortunately, only those who can squeeze into a size 00 can still snag the piece.
Priced at £152, available at Theory
Meghan Markle wearing Strathberry
Meghan Markle has fallen in love with Scottish bag brand Strathberry, and after wearing their tri-colour tote just before Christmas, it promptly sold out. It will be re-stocked soon though, or you can get it in another colourway now.
Priced at £525, available at Strathberry
Meghan Markle wearing Line the Label
When it was announced that Harry and Meghan would make an appearance shortly after they announced their engagement, everyone was wondering what she would wear. She opted for a white coat by Canadian Line the Label, and their website immediately crashed.
Meghan Markle wearing Parosh
Under her white engagement coat, Meghan opted for a green Parosh dress, which she revealed more of during her interview with the BBC later that day. The dress featured a bow belt which accentuated her waist.
Meghan Markle wearing Mackage
Meghan chose to wear Canadian label Mackage, which is know for its iconic coats, for a visit to Ireland in March 2018. She opted for the signature waterfall wool coat with waterfall collar, in a neutral sand shade.
Meghan Markle wearing Mother Denim
When off duty, Meghan loves wearing a white men’s shirt, teamed with a pair of ripped jeans by Mother Denim – a Californian brand favoured by many celebs. She sported this look when she attended the Invictus Games with Prince Harry this summer.
Meghan Markle wearing Misha Nonoo
As mentioned previously, Meghan loves a men’s style white shirt, and the one above is by her designer friend Misha Nonoo, who is tipped to design her wedding dress.
Meghan Markle wearing Wilfred by Aritzia
This is another Canadian brand that appears a lot in Meghan’s wardrobe. She wore this pretty pleated dress earlier this year at the Invictus Games.
Meghan Markle wearing Aquazzura
Meghan’s shoe designer of choice for red carpet events if often Aquazzura, and she even wore a pair for her engagement photocall.
Meghan Markle wearing Veronica Beard
Perhaps unsurprisingly given the name of her TV show, Meghan loves a good suit, especially one that involves shorts. Veronica Beard is her go-to brand for this.
Meghan Markle wearing Missoma
Meghan has supported London-based jewellery brand Missoma for years, often wearing their delicate stackable gold rings and necklaces.
Shop now: GOLD BAR NECKLACE for £115 from Missoma
Now that she’s engaged to Prince Harry, Meghan is expected to take on many more official duties, so keep your eyes peeled for more fabulous outfits, and to discover new fashion brands.