Meghan Markle officially became Her Royal Highness the Duchess of Sussex upon marrying Prince Harry on May 19, 2018, the day she wowed us in a stunning Givenchy wedding gown. Since then, we here at Wonderwall.com have fallen even deeper in love with the new royal's elegant style. Keep reading to see photos of every outfit she's worn in public during her first year of marriage…
Duchess Meghan wore a white wrap dress by British label Wales Bonner when she and Prince Harry introduced their son, Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor, to the world in St. George's Hall at Windsor Castle on May 8, 2019, two days after his birth.
Duchess Meghan kept things somber during a visit to the New Zealand embassy in London on March 19, 2019. Prince Harry's pregnant wife donned a knee-length black bespoke Gucci coat and carried a matching black Gucci clutch.
Duchess Meghan wore a 1970s-inspired chain-print dress, white coat, deep green shoes and matching clutch — all by Victoria Beckham — along with a white pillbox hat as she arrived at London's Westminster Abbey on March 11, 2019, for the Commonwealth Day service.
Duchess Meghan looks great in green! She stunned in a chic green Erdem coat with black beaded appliques and a matching custom maternity dress during a Commonwealth Day Youth Event at Canada House in London on March 11, 2019, with husband Prince Harry.
Duchess Meghan donned a chic black-and-white shift dress by Reiss topped with a black McQueen blazer on March 8, 2019, for an International Women's Day Queen's Commonwealth Trust panel discussion at King's College in London.
Duchess Meghan wore a casual look consisting of pumps, skinny jeans, a fitted maternity top and a chic Smythe blazer in one of her favorite color combos — black and blue — as she joined Prince Harry onstage at a WE Day UK event at the SSE Arena, Wembley, in London on March 6, 2019.
Duchess Meghan donned a silver-and-gold brocade maternity dress topped with a white Amanda Wakeley coat for a Buckingham Palace reception marking the 50th anniversary of the investiture of the Prince of Wales — aka her father-in-law, Prince Charles — on March 5, 2019.
Duchess Meghan wore a beautiful blue printed dress by Carolina Herrera for a private meeting with Morocco's King Mohammed VI on Feb. 25, 2019, during her royal visit to the North West African country with Prince Harry.
For a visit to the Andalusian Gardens and a marketplace in Rabat during their royal visit to Morocco on Feb. 25, 2019, Duchess Meghan wore a white Babaton blazer over a black Loyd/Ford pleated dress with Manolo Blahnik slingback heels featuring black velvet polka dots.
For a visit to the Moroccan Royal Federation of Equitation Sports in Rabat, Morocco, on Feb. 25, 2019, with Prince Harry during their royal visit to the country, Duchess Meghan wore a casual look — a black-and-white-striped Equipment sweater, black Rag & Bone maternity jeans, a green J. Crew jacket and black Stuart Weitzman booties.
Duchess Meghan wore a crystal-embellished cream caftan-inspired dress by Dior for an evening reception at the British Ambassador's residence in Rabat during her royal visit to Morocco with Prince Harry on Feb. 24, 2019. She accessorized with more Dior items: a clutch and gold heels.
For a visit to the town of Asni in the foothills of the High Atlas Mountains near Marrakesh during her royal visit to Morocco with Prince Harry on Feb. 24, 2019, Duchess Meghan — who had her hand tattooed with henna — wore two similar looks. She first stepped out in a stretchy black maternity shirt over black skinny jeans with black flats, all topped with a blue blazer by Alice + Olivia. She later swapped her shirt for a white collarless Aritzia blouse and her flats for Manolo Blahnik slingback pumps featuring black velvet polka dots.
Duchess Meghan looked beautiful in a bold red dress, cape and VRING bag by Valentino creative director Pierpaolo Piccioli as she and Prince Harry arrived at Casablanca Airport for a three-day royal visit to Morocco on Feb. 23, 2019.
While the public didn't get to see what Duchess Meghan wore to her star-studded baby shower at New York City's The Mark hotel on Feb. 20, 2019, the royal did give people a peek at what she wore later that day when she flew back to Britain on pal Amal Clooney's private jet. The American duchess stepped out wearing an athleisure-inspired look under a long, tan coat: an Ingrid & Isabel zip jacket atop Lululemon pants with Adidas sneakers, a black cap and a large black Cuyana bag.
Duchess Meghan stepped out in New York City on Feb. 19, 2019, ahead of her celebrity-friend-filled baby shower wearing a William Vintage Courrèges Haute Couture black trapeze coat in matelassé silk, circa 1965, over black maternity skinny jeans and Stuart Weitzman taupe suede pumps.
Duchess Meghan arrived at the Natural History Museum gala performance of "The Wider Earth" in London in support of The Queen's Commonwealth Trust and The Queen's Commonwealth Canopy on Feb. 12, 2019, wearing a Cream Sculpted Tailoring Crombie Coat by Amanda Wakeley over a creamy Calvin Klein mock-turtleneck knit-wool dress. Her loden-green suede pumps and matching clutch were also by Calvin Klein.
For the Endeavor Fund Awards in London on Feb. 7, Duchess Meghan donned separates by Givenchy — a crisp white button-down shirt with the sleeves rolled up tucked into an empire-waisted black skirt that covered her growing baby bump. She accessorized with black-and-gold Aquazzura heeled mules and a black satin clutch that was also by Givenchy.
It started snowing when Duchess Meghan and Prince Harry arrived at the Old Vic theater in Bristol, England, on Feb. 1, 2019, so it was a good thing she was covered up in a long black coat from William Vintage and olive green suede Marina boots by Sarah Flint. Once inside, Meghan revealed what she was wearing underneath: a beautiful sheer black dress by Oscar de la Renta featuring birds, unicorns, stags, fawns and flowers.
For a Jan. 31, 2019, visit to one of her new patronages, the Association of Commonwealth Universities in London, Duchess Meghan re-wore the black Givenchy coat she debuted in November 2018. She paired it with a black pleated skirt and top and nude heels.
For a Jan. 30, 2019, visit to one of her new patronages — the National Theatre in London — Duchess Meghan wore a beautiful blush-pink dress and blazer combo by Brandon Maxwell, which she accessorized with a white-and-gold clutch from Carolina Herrera and nude cross-laced Aquazzura heels.
On Jan. 16, 2019, Duchess Meghan got royally glammed up in Roland Mouret's navy blue sequined Sarandon gown to attend the 10th anniversary premiere of Cirque du Soleil's "Totem" at London's Royal Albert Hall, a benefit for Prince Harry's beloved Sentebale charity. She accessorized with a gold bracelet once owned by Princess Diana, a Givenchy black satin clutch and black Stuart Weitzman heeled sandals.
Duchess Meghan donned a cozy cream turtleneck dress by H&M's maternity line, Mama, under a beige coat by Armani for a Jan. 16, 2019, visit to London's Mayhew animal welfare charity (she's its new patron!). She finished the look with neutral Manolo Blahnik slingback pumps.
For a slate of official appearances with Prince Harry in Birkenhead, England, on Jan. 14, 2019, Duchess Meghan chose a bold, vibrant look: a purple dress by Aritzia under a red coat by Sentaler. She accessorized with matching red suede Stuart Weitzman heels and Gabriela Hearst's Nina bag in tan leather.
For a visit to Smart Works, a charity that helps unemployed women regain skills and confidence and dress well for job interviews, new patron Duchess Meghan wore a black short-sleeved maternity dress by Hatch under a tan cotton twill coat by Oscar de la Renta. A black Victoria Beckham bag and black-and-white cow-print Gianvito Rossi heels featuring clear PVC panels completed the look.
Duchess Meghan donned an outfit by Victoria Beckham for Christmas Day church services on the queen's Sandringham estate in 2018. Her navy blue dress and cashmere coat as well as her black Powder Box-style bag and heeled boots were all designed by the former Spice Girl. Meghan's hat, however — a wool felt pillbox with a crinoline bow and dipped goose feathers — was crafted by milliner Awon Golding.
Duchess Meghan arrived for a visit to the Royal Variety Charity's Brinsworth House, a residential and nursing retirement home for theater and entertainment professionals in London, on Dec. 18, 2018, wearing a short-sleeved floral-print Brock Collection dress under a gray coat by Soia and Kyo. Aquazzura Deneuve pumps and a Wilbur & Gussie clutch completed her ensemble.
Duchess Meghan dressed her growing baby bump in a one-shouldered black velvet gown by Clare Waight Keller for Givenchy to present the designer with an honor during the British Fashion Awards in London on Dec. 10, 2018.
For a visit to London's Hubb Community Kitchen on Nov. 21, 2018, Duchess Meghan wore a beautiful wine-colored dress by Club Monaco featuring a velvet collar under a burgundy coat by the same brand with black Givenchy ankle boots.
Duchess Meghan wore evening separates including a black-and-white sequined bustier top by Safiyaa when she attended her very first Royal Variety Performance at the London Palladium on Nov. 19, 2018.
For father-in-law Prince Charles' official 70th birthday portrait, which was released on Nov. 14, 2018, Duchess Meghan wore a custom-made white dress by Givenchy with black accents.
Duchess Meghan wore a navy blue belted skirt suit reportedly by Prada with a dark blue felt beret to a service to mark the centenary of the Armistice at Westminster Abbey in London on Nov. 11, 2018.
Duchess Meghan wore a custom-made look by Givenchy that was designed by Clare Waight Keller as she stood on a balcony to watch the annual National Service of Remembrance in London on Nov. 11, 2018.
Duchess Meghan wrapped up in a black Stella McCartney tuxedo coat for the Royal British Legion Festival of Remembrance at the Royal Albert Hall in London on Nov. 10, 2018.
Duchess Meghan wore a dark blue Stella McCartney dress with a bold piece of jewelry — a pounamu kouma, or carved pendant made of New Zealand jade or greenstone by Maori designer Kiri Nathan — during a visit to Te Papaiouru Marae in Rotorua, New Zealand, on Oct. 31, 2018, for a formal powhiri and luncheon. Meghan stepped out at the same event wearing a gorgeous gift — a korowai, or Maori woven cloak crafted just for her.
Duchess Meghan wore a blue Givenchy top paired with a pleated Givenchy skirt in shades of bright blue, dark blue and black for a walkabout in Rotorua, New Zealand, on Oct. 31, 2018.
For a visit to the Redwoods Treewalk in Rotorua, New Zealand, on Oct. 31, 2018, with husband Prince Harry, Duchess Meghan kept it casual in a dark blue Givenchy top with black jeans, flats and a puffy jacket.
A royal re-wear! Duchess Meghan arrived at the Auckland War Memorial Museum for a reception hosted by the prime minister of New Zealand on Oct. 30, 2018, in a navy blue double-breasted dress with an asymmetrical hem by Antonio Berardi that she previously wore to a polo match in England in 2017.
Duchess Meghan wore a silk Burberry trench coat over a nude-hued Brandon Maxwell dress for a visit to the headquarters of Pillars, a charity that supports children who have a parent in prison by providing special mentoring schemes, in Auckland, New Zealand, on Oct. 30, 2018, which was day 15 of her royal tour Down Under with Prince Harry.
Duchess Meghan sported a Lavender Hill T-shirt under a dark blue Karen Walker Fathom jacket with J. Crew jeans tucked into tall boots by the Muck Boot Company to dedicate a 20-hectare area of native bush to The Queen's Commonwealth Canopy at Abel Tasman National Park in Auckland, New Zealand, on Oct. 30, 2018.
Duchess Meghan donned a white blazer-style dress by New Zealand brand Maggie Marilyn for a visit to a Courtenay Creative event celebrating the city's thriving arts scene in Wellington, New Zealand, on Oct. 29, 2018.
Duchess Meghan wore a black turtleneck by Australian brand Jac and Jack and Outland Denim jeans under a Club Monaco Ellayne coat, adding a pair of block-heeled boots by Stuart Weitzman, for a visit with young people in the mental health sector in Wellington, New Zealand, on Oct. 29, 2018.
For a rainy day visit to Abel Tasman National Park with Prince Harry during their royal tour of New Zealand on Oct. 29, 2018, Duchess Meghan donned a casual look made up of black jeans from Outland Denim, a jacket by Seasalt Cornwall, a silk and cashmere blend scarf by Loro Piana and Stella McCartney's Stan Smith sneakers.
Duchess Meghan wore a chic black gown by Gabriela Hearst for a reception at Government House in Wellington, New Zealand, on Oct. 28, 2018, celebrating the 125th anniversary of women's suffrage in the country.
Duchess Meghan arrived in New Zealand on Oct. 28, 2018, to kick off a day of events during her Down Under royal tour with Prince Harry wearing a black dress by ASOS Maternity underneath a brown plaid trench coat by New Zealand label Karen Walker.
Duchess Meghan wore Hugo Boss' Eudora dress in a deep wine hue with a pair of tan Aquazzura Casablanca heels featuring an ankle strap as she and Prince Harry left Australia to head to New Zealand on Oct. 28, 2018, to finish out their royal tour Down Under.
For the Invictus Games closing ceremony in Sydney, Australia, on Oct. 27, 2018, Duchess Meghan donned an olive green halter-style dress by Antonio Berardi with tan Aquazzura Casablanca heels.
Duchess Meghan watched the Invictus Games basketball finals on Oct. 27, 2018, while wearing a garnet-colored wrap-style crepe knit jacket by Australian brand Scanlan Theodore with a pair of tailored black pants and black Sarah Flint Jay pumps with a tortoise-shell patterned heel.
Duchess 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 on Oct. 26, 2018, during her royal tour Down Under with Prince Harry.
For a visit to Tonga's Tupou College to dedicate two forest reserves to the Queen's Commonwealth Canopy on Oct. 26, 2018, Duchess Meghan wore a bright blue shirt-dress by Veronica Beard with strappy gray heels from Banana Republic.
Duchess Meghan wore a striped cotton dress by Martin Grant with matching olive green pumps while visiting Tonga's prime minister in Nuku'alofa, Tonga, on Oct. 26, 2018.
For a black-tie reception and dinner with Tonga's King Tupou VI and Queen Nanasipau'u at the palace in Nuku'alofa, Tonga, on Oct. 25, 2018, Duchess Meghan donned a white couture gown by Theia that featured beading on the shoulders. Among her accessories? Her favorite black Aquazzura Deneuve Bow pointy-toe pumps and Princess Diana's blue aquamarine ring, which Meghan first wore at her evening wedding reception in May 2018.
Duchess Meghan honored the Commonwealth Nation she was visiting when she arrived in Nuku'alofa, Tonga, on day 10 of her royal tour Down Under with husband Prince Harry on Oct. 25, 2018, wearing a Self-Portrait dress in the exact same shade of red as the Tongan flag. (Thankfully, you can't see her inadvertent wardrobe malfunction here — she and her team accidentally left the tag on the back of her dress. Oops!)
Duchess Meghan highlighted her growing baby bump in a peacock green Jason Wu dress and navy blue Manolo Blahnik BB pumps that she wore at Nadi Airport in Fiji on day 10 of her royal tour Down Under with Prince Harry on Oct. 25, 2018.
For her second day in Suva, Fiji, on Oct. 24, 2018, during her Down Under tour with Prince Harry, Duchess Meghan donned Figue's silk Frederica-style dress in a pink floral print along with black espadrille wedges by Castañer and carried a cool black-and-taupe woven clutch that came from a local market.
Duchess Meghan stunned in a Fijian blue caped gown by SAFiYAA — and plenty of diamonds on her ears and wrist — for a state banquet in Suva, Fiji, on Oct. 23, 2018.
For her Oct. 23, 2018, red carpet arrival in Fiji alongside Prince Harry during their royal tour of British Commonwealth nations Down Under, Duchess Meghan donned a white Zimmermann dress and a matching hat by milliner Stephen Jones.
Duchess Meghan kept it casual for the flight from Australia to Fiji on Oct. 23, 2018: She wore a simple pair of black jeans with a white button-up shirt and a great pair of silver-studded brown suede mules by one of her favorite brands, Aquazzura.
Duchess Meghan wore a striped linen sundress by Reformation featuring a thigh-high slit along with brown leather sandals by Sarah Flint as she and Prince Harry arrived in Kingfisher Bay during a visit to Fraser Island, Australia, on Oct. 22, 2018.
Duchess Meghan wore a maroon dress with white polka dots by the brand & Other Stories with brown leather Sarah Flint sandals as she arrived in Kingfisher Bay on Australia's Fraser Island on Oct. 22, 2018.
Duchess Meghan donned black jeans, Aquazzura slingback pumps, a black turtleneck and a white L'Agence blazer with subtle black stripes — and carried a great black-and-white bag by Australian label Oroton — as she and Prince Harry attended a reception hosted by the Prime Minister of Australia at the Pavilion Restaurant in Sydney on Oct. 21, 2018.
Duchess Meghan slipped on a pair of Veja sneakers with her black jeans and Invictus Games windbreaker as she and Prince Harry took in an Invictus Games sailing event from a boat at Farm Cove in Sydney on Oct. 21, 2018.
For the Invictus Games opening ceremony at the Sydney Opera House on Oct. 20, 2018, Duchess Meghan wore a dark blue caped dress by Stella McCartney with a dark coat by Gillian Anderson for Winser London.
Duchess Meghan wore another basic black-and-white look — this time a white Acacia-style blazer by Altuzarra and a black blouse embroidered with the Invictus logo atop black Mother jeans — for the Jaguar Land Rover Driving Challenge during the Invictus Games on Cockatoo Island in Sydney, Australia, on Oct. 20, 2018. We loved those tortoise-shell sunglasses by Illesteva too!
Duchess Meghan wore Emilia Wickstead's black Camila dress with a matching hat by milliner Philip Treacy for the opening of the enhanced Anzac Memorial in Sydney's Hyde Park on Oct. 20, 2018. Prince harry — who donned his tropical dress uniform of the Blues & Royals — didn't look bad himself!
For a morning visit with the surfers of OneWave, a group that encourages people to speak about mental health, on Australia's Bondi Beach on Oct. 19, 2018, Duchess Meghan donned a striking striped drop-waist sundress by Martin Grant. She paired it with black wedge espadrilles.
During the second half of her day in Melbourne, Australia, on Oct. 18, 2018, which included an official Down Under tour engagement at a local beach, Duchess Meghan changed into Club Monaco's sleeveless Miguellina dress featuring gold buttons down one side, and slipped on a pair of black Rothy pointed-toe flats, which are made from recycled plastic bottles. She guarded against the breeze with her trusty tan cotton trench coat by Martin Grant.
For a walkabout and a visit to Government House in Melbourne, Australia, on day 3 of her royal tour Down Under on Oct. 18, 2018, Duchess Meghan wore the Folded Sail-style dress by Australian designer Dion Lee in one of her go-to colors — midnight blue.
On day 2 of her royal tour Down Under on Oct. 17, 2018 — which featured a visit to a farming community in Dubbo, Australia — Duchess Meghan looked casual but chic in black Harriet-style jeans by Australian brand Outland Denim, black block-heeled boots by J. Crew and a white shirt by Kitsuné all topped with an oversized Boss-style blazer by Serena — the label founded by her good friend Serena Williams.
For an afternoon reception at Admiralty House in Sydney, Australia, on Oct. 16, 2018, on the first day of her Down Under royal tour with Prince Harry, Duchess Meghan wore a dark green pleated shirtdress by Brandon Maxwell. She accessorized with gold butterfly earrings and a gold bracelet that once belonged to her late mother-in-law, Princess Diana.
Hours after the palace announced that she and Prince Harry were expecting their first child, Duchess Meghan stepped out in Sydney on Oct. 16, 2018, to kick off the first day of their royal tour Down Under wearing a white dress by Australian designer Karen Gee in a style called Blessed. She later guarded against the chill in a tan cotton trench coat by Martin Grant.
For the Oct. 12, 2018, royal wedding of cousin-in-law Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank, Duchess Meghan wore a Givenchy dress and matching coat featuring a standing collar and black oversized buttons in one of her favorite colors — midnight blue. She accessorized on the windy day with a matching blue hat by milliner Noel Stewart.
For the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's first joint visit to the seat of their title, England's Sussex county, on Oct. 3, 2018, Duchess Meghan wore a cream cashmere Giorgio Armani coat that she removed to reveal a dark green silk blouse by the brand & Other Stories atop a deep green leather pencil skirt by Hugo Boss. She accessorized with Gabriela Hearst's green leather Nina bag and nude Stuart Weitzman pumps.
Duchess 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 on Sept. 25, 2018.
Duchess Meghan participated in a ball-passing drill — in heels! — during a visit to England's Loughborough University for the Coach Core Awards on Sept. 24, 2018. 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.
For the Sept. 20, 2018, launch of "Together: Our Community Cookbook," which she helped create to benefit London's Hubb Community Kitchen, Duchess Meghan arrived on the grounds of Kensington Palace wearing a bright blue Peaked Lapel coat by Smythe atop all-black separates: a sleeveless turtleneck bodysuit by Tuxe and a pleated skirt by pal Misha Nonoo.
For the 100 Days to Peace Gala concert in London on Sept. 6, 2018, Duchess Meghan joined husband Prince Harry wearing a bright blue bespoke dress by Jason Wu featuring a pleated and ruffled front. Her slingback heels with crystal embellishments on the strap are Aquazzura's Portrait of a Lady pump.
For the annual WellChild Awards in London on Sept. 4, 2018, Duchess Meghan looked chic in a black trouser suit by Altuzarra — which was comprised of the brand's Acacia blazer and Serge pants — with a black Coco camisole by Swiss brand Deitas. She also carried designer pal Stella McCartney's Shaggy Deer faux leather purse.
Meghan wowed fashion critics when she stepped out wearing a chic black tuxedo minidress by Canadian brand Judith & Charles to attend a performance of "Hamilton" — a benefit show for Prince Harry's Sentebale charity that supports children's issues in Lesotho and Botswana — at London's Victoria Palace Theatre on Aug. 29, 2018.
On Aug. 4 — her 37th birthday — Meghan donned Club Monaco's black, white, olive and pink colorblocked "Shoanah" dress to attend the wedding of Prince Harry's pals Charlie Van Straubenzee and Daisy Jenks in Frensham, England. She accessorized with black Aquazzura "Deneuve" pumps featuring a slingback bow detail, Kayu's black straw "Anna" clutch with a gold bow clasp and a matching black straw hat by Philip Treacy.
Cheering on the hubby! Duchess Meghan showed off a perfect summer selection — a Carolina Herrera denim dress featuring pockets — while attending Prince Harry's charity match at the Sentebale ISPS Handa Polo Cup on July 26. The dark blue frock had a conservative V-neckline and thick matching denim belt. Meghan mixed high and low designers by carrying a rattan J. Crew clutch and donning tan heels by Aquazzura.
For the Nelson Mandela Centenary Launch in London on July 17, Duchess Meghan opted to wear Canadian designer NONIE. This is the first time since her wedding that she's donned something by a designer from the country where she lived and worked for many years while filming "Suits." Meghan sported the brand's sleeveless trench dress in a pale pink shade. When it came to accessories, she opted for her tried-and-true Mulberry Clifton bag and Dior heels.
While attending the 2018 Wimbledon Tennis Championships in London to cheer on pal Serena Williams on July 14, Duchess Meghan sported this sharp blue-and-white striped shirt from Ralph Lauren Collection. Wide-legged cream silk trousers by the same brand completed her Wimbledon ensemble.
It was Givenchy green for the Emerald Isle! Duchess Meghan arrived in Dublin at the start of her official visit to Ireland with husband Prince Harry on July 10 wearing a deep green ensemble comprised of a tucked-in top and a high-waisted pencil skirt. Brown suede pumps by Paul Andrew and a matching Strathbery tote completed this sharp travel look.
Duchess Meghan stunned in this simple, elegant black Emilia Wickstead dress while attending a party at the British Ambassador's residence in Dublin, Ireland, during her official visit with Prince Harry on July 10. The frock, dubbed the Cloqué dress, featured a square neckline and a wide belt. To finish her look, Meghan sported Aquazzura suede pumps and carried a small satin Givenchy clutch.
Glamorous in gray! To start out the second day of her official visit to Ireland with Prince Harry, Duchess Meghan began with a design by Roland Mouret. The royal rocked a gray long-sleeved frock and added a black Fendi purse and black heels by Paul Andrew to complement the dress.
Duchess Meghan continued her Givenchy streak on July 11 in Dublin. This time, the former actress opted for wide-legged black trousers with a matching cropped jacket. Underneath, she rocked a simple (and affordable!) white T-shirt from the brand Lavender Hill Clothing. The tee, in a style called the Boat, retails for less than $40! She finished the look off with a Givenchy clutch and a pair of Sarah Flint black pumps.
Duchess Meghan marked the 100th anniversary of the Royal Air Force in London on July 10 alongside Prince Harry in a tea-length midnight-blue Dior dress that featured a bateau neckline, a fitted waist and a full skirt. She topped things off with a fascinator by Stephen Jones and wore her hair in a sleek, low bun. Her clutch and pumps were Dior too.
When it came time for new nephew Prince Louis' christening on July 9, Duchess Meghan went with an olive-green Ralph Lauren frock. She completed the ensemble with a Stephen Jones hat in a nearly identical shade and complementary olive high heels.
Another American designer! Duchess Meghan stepped out with Prince Harry for the Commonwealth Youth Reception on July 5 in a cheery yellow dress and Manolo Blahnik pointed-toe pumps. The sleeveless frock was designed by Brandon Maxwell, best known for his work with Lady Gaga.
Duchess Meghan kept things casual while attending Prince Harry's polo match at the Tusk Audi Challenge in Ascot, England, on June 30. She arrived wearing this breezy, sleeveless checkered dress by Shoshanna. When it came to accessories, she donned a Biltmore Panama hat from Madewell and simple brown sandals by Sarah Flint.
At the Queen's Young Leaders Awards reception at Buckingham Palace on June 26, Duchess Meghan looked perfect in Prada. Her dreamy designer look was made up of a short-sleeved, double-breasted jacket with her favorite bateau neckline and a skirt with an asymmetrical hemline. She accessorized with a clutch by the same designer and a pair of black Aquazzura pumps with a bow at the heel.
Royal Ascot Day 1 called for another Givenchy dress! Duchess Meghan arrived in style at the annual event on June 19 in this shirtdress-style number by the design house's Clare Waight Keller, which featured lace at the waist, button detailing and a black belt. She paired the frock with Givenchy heels and a Givenchy clutch. When it came to her elegant hat, Meghan opted for a bold Philip Treacy design.
The wedding guest! Duchess Meghan attended the wedding of Prince Harry's cousin Celia McCorquodale wearing this blue-and-white toile-print Oscar de la Renta number. The lovely lady formerly known as Meghan Markle also kept with British wedding protocol and donned a fascinator for the nuptials. Fashion-watchers identified it as a $40 straw design from popular British retailer Marks & Spencer.
A haute couture cape-style dress? That's certainly fit for a royal! Duchess Meghan stuck with her wedding dress designer, Clare Waight Keller for Givenchy, for her first solo outing with Queen Elizabeth II in Cheshire, England, on June 14. She chose a belted cream dress with a cape overlay, carried a Givenchy clutch and added Sarah Flint pumps to her look. Her delicate pearl earrings? Reportedly a gift from the queen herself!
Duchess Meghan chose a pale pink Carolina Herrera ensemble for her first Trooping the Colour, the queen's annual birthday celebration extravaganza. She wore separate pieces, pairing an off-the-shoulder top featuring oversized buttons with a skirt in the same shade for the June 9 event. Her matching hat was by Philip Treacy.
Just three days after becoming a Royal Highness, Duchess Meghan attended her first official event on behalf of the royal family — a palace garden party to celebrate Prince Charles' birthday later this year. For the occasion on May 22, she stepped out in a blush-toned dress by Goat Fashion. The wool frock featured silk along the neckline and sleeves and paired perfectly with her blush-toned heels by Tamara Mellon (her pale pantyhose, however, raised the eyebrows of some style critics). Meghan topped things off with a hat by one of the royals' favorite milliners, Philip Treacy.