Meghan Markle’s style evolution

  • 10 Nov - 16 Nov, 2018
  • Mag The Weekly
  • Fashion

It's only been a few months since Meghan Markle officially became Her Royal Highness, the Duchess of Sussex after marrying Prince Harry on May 19, 2018. Since her day one as a royal, she has been keeping the fashionistas in awe with her style mantra and flawless fashion choices. As she keeps wowing us with her impeccable style sense, we have a look at how her fashion manners have evolved, ever since she tied the knot.

For a walkabout and a visit to Government House in Melbourne, Australia, Meghan wore the Folded Sail-style dress by Australian designer Dion Lee in one of her go-to colours – midnight blue.

For new nephew Prince Louis' christening, Meghan went with an olive-green Ralph Lauren frock. She completed the ensemble with a Stephen Jones hat, in a nearly identical shade and olive high heels.

For the Nelson Mandela Centenary launch in London, the Duchess opted to wear Canadian designer NONIE. She sported the sleeveless trench dress in a pale pink shade. For accessories, she opted for her coveted Mulberry Clifton bag and Dior heels.

During a tour to Suva, Fiji Meghan donned Figue's silk Frederica-style dress in a pink floral print paired with black espadrille wedges by Castañer and carried a cool black-and-taupe woven clutch.

For a black-tie reception and dinner with Tonga's King Tupou VI and Queen Nanasipau'u at the palace in Nuku'alofa, Tonga, the new royal donned a white couture gown by Theia that featured beading on the shoulders. Among her accessories? Her favourite black Aquazzura Deneuve Bow pointy-toe pumps and Princess Diana's blue aquamarine ring, which Meghan first wore at her evening wedding reception.

She participated in a ball-passing drill – in heels! – during a visit to England's Loughborough University for the Coach Core Awards. The rest of her look? A draped and belted navy blue peplum blouse by Oscar de la Renta atop black trousers by go-to brand Altuzarra.

Meghan chose a belted black Givenchy dress featuring a velvet panel on the bodice and sheer sleeves for her first solo engagement as a member of the royal family. She paired the frock with matching Aquazzura slingback heels and a Givenchy clutch to open the "Oceana" art exhibit at the Royal Academy of Arts in London.

Meghan wore a striped linen sundress by Reformation featuring a thigh-high slit, along with brown leather sandals by Sarah Flint as she arrived in Kingfisher Bay during a visit to Fraser Island, Australia.

For the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's first joint visit to the seat of their title, England's Sussex county, Meghan wore dark green silk blouse by Girogio Armani and a deep green leather pencil skirt by Hugo Boss. She accessorised with nude Stuart Weitzman stilettos.

Stepping out in Sydney to kick off the first day of their royal tour, Down Under, Meghan wore a white dress by Australian designer Karen Gee in a style called Blessed and a tan cotton trench coat by Martin Grant.

Meghan donned a black-and-white tulle gown by Oscar de la Renta featuring a laser-cut bird design for the Australian Geographic Society Gala Awards in Sydney, during her royal tour.