Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are heading down the aisle in May 2018, and the fashionable bride-to-be is taking every opportunity to show off her sartorial side before she becomes a princess. During all of the appearances she's made since accepting Harry's proposal in November 2017, she's looked chic and sophisticated in elegant yet modern classics. Join Wonderwall.com as we take a look at her most stylish looks since her engagement, starting with this one… Meghan Markle looked fashionable but somber for the Anzac Day service at Westminster Abbey in London on April 25, 2018. Meghan donned a black Emilia Wickstead blazer and dress. Keep reading to see what she how she completed her ensemble and see more of her best looks…
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Meghan Markle opted for this black textured Philip Treacy beret fascinator with a small sequin detail on the side.
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How great is this clutch though? Meghan Markle chose to complete her look with this black and gold Jimmy Choo clutch.
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For the Anzac Dawn Celebration earlier that morning, Meghan Markle looked super chic in this long double-breasted gray Pagoda coat from Smythe's Fall 2018 collection — meaning it's not even available yet! She wore a black dress and a black floppy hat to complete her look — which is sure to be an iconic one.
Hours after Prince William and Duchess Kate welcomed their third child, Meghan Markle stepped out for the Stephen Lawrence Memorial in London on April 23, 2018. The soon-to-be-bride opted for black, belted Hugo Boss dress — with flecks of white throughout. She completed the ensemble with a light pink envelope clutch.
Meghan looked ladylike and fashion-forward in a green printed dress from Self-Portrait topped with a black blazer by Alexander McQueen — her very first royal re-wear (she debuted the jacket during her and Harry's first evening event together in February) — and Manolo Blahnik heels when she attended an Invictus Games reception hosted by Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull and his wife at Australia House in London on April 21.
Prince Harry's suit matched the midnight-blue Stella McCartney cape dress that Meghan Markle wore to the Royal Albert Hall in London where they attended a star-studded concert — Sting, Shaggy, Tom Jones, Craig David and Kylie Minogue were among the performers — celebrating Queen Elizabeth II's 92nd birthday on April 21, 2018. Get a closer look at Meghan's personalized purse next…
Meghan Markle carried a brass and acrylic Naeem Khan zodiac clutch featuring her sign — she's a Leo — studded with Swarovski crystals to a concert celebrating Queen Elizabeth II's 92nd birthday at the Royal Albert Hall in London on April 21, 2018.
Meghan Markle donned a stylish look during the Women's Empowerment reception in London on April 19, 2018 — exactly one month before her wedding. Meghan bucked royal protocol when she opted for a sleek, black Halo dress in the Jackie O style.
Meghan Markle kept her hair swept up in a traditional bun with natural makeup when she attended the Women's Empowerment reception on April 19, 2018, but those Birks diamond earrings are the real scene stealers!
Meghan Markle kept up with the black theme of the night when she completed her look at the Women's Empowerment reception with this fashionable Gucci clutch.
Meghan Markle made a statement in a belted off-white pinstriped dress by Altuzarra for a reception with delegates from the Commonwealth Youth Forum at the Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre in London on April 18, 2018. The double-breasted and belted dress with a black blazer draped over her shoulders was the perfect look for spring.
Meghan Markle added a black-and-white striped Orton crossbody bag to accessorize her pinstriped dress. Fun fact: Orton is an Australian brand, which is a fitting tribute since the 2018 Invictus Games will take place in Australia this fall!
To complete her look, Meghan Markle added a pair of strappy black suede heels by Tamara Mellon.
At the U.K. Team Trials for the Invictus Games on April 6, 2018, Meghan Markle kept her look simple. She donned Mother black jeans, a black polo shirt embroidered with the Invictus logo and a Babaton for Aritzia trench-style jacket. Meghan also wore low heels for the occasion though opted to leave her bag at home.
During a visit to Belfast, Northern Ireland, on March 23, 2018, Meghan Markle kept her look simple and traditional with a few fashion surprises. She opted for a cream Victoria Beckham top paired with a Greta Constantine forest-green skirt that flared at the bottom. In another twist, Meghan wore a pair of bold burnt-orange suede Jimmy Choo pumps for her meeting with young entrepreneurs and innovators.
Meghan Markle looked chic in a pale pink Mackage coat that also kept her warm during her Belfast visit. She also toted around a Charlotte Elizabeth saddle-colored handbag.
For her first official event with Queen Elizabeth II — the Commonwealth Day observance on March 12, 2018 — Meghan Markle kept her look traditional and very British. She opted for a white coat and navy dress by British designer Amanda Wakeley. Meghan carried her navy Mulberry bag as a clutch. Now let's take a closer look at her accessories…
Meghan Markle chose a fashionable Stephen Jones beret that perfectly complemented her white Amanda Wakeley coat.
Meghan Markle finished her conservative ensemble with a pair of navy pumps that actually looked very similar to the pair worn by Duchess Kate — her soon-to-be sister-in-law!
While celebrating International Women's Day in March during a visit to Millennium Point in Birmingham, England, for some STEM-focused activities with female students, Meghan Markle looked sharp in a belted navy blue J. Crew coat accented with wide white trim.
Meghan Markle wore a white Ridley sweater from All Saints under her J. Crew coat and changed up her hair — switching from her usual center part to a side part — during her visit to to Birmingham, England, to celebrate International Women's Day.
A pair of black suede Manolo Blahnik BB pointy-toe pumps, worn with cropped slim-fit pants by Alexander Wang, completed Meghan Markle's look as she celebrated International Women's Day with Prince Harry in March.
While visiting Edinburgh Castle on her and Harry's first official joint visit to Scotland in February, Meghan Markle wore a Burberry blue-and-green plaid coat with a green suede and leather bag by Edinburgh-based brand Strathberry.
Meghan Markle's simple but sophisticated Strathberry bag was complemented by an equally chic ring stack.
Meghan Markle wore her long, raven hair in a center part with loose waves during her first official royal visit to Scotland.
Under her Burberry coat during their Edinburgh visit, Meghan Markle wore a pair of sleek black high-waisted Veronica Beard pants with a black turtleneck sweater.
During a visit to London's Reprezent Radio station with Prince Harry in January, Meghan Markle wore a taupe Smythe coat over a pair of Burberry pants, a Marks & Spencer sweater and Sarah Flint black pumps.
Dainty gold Les Plaisirs De Birks earrings and a cozy Jigsaw scarf paired perfectly with Meghan Markle's loose bun. Also worth noting is the gorgeous Zofia Day bar stack ring — made of 14-karat yellow gold and embellished with pave diamonds — that Meghan slipped on her finger. We love how it looks next to that other skinny, dainty ring and her bar earrings.
Meghan Markle wore a beautiful Alexander McQueen suit to the Endeavour Fund Awards ceremony in London in February. The look was made even more elegant with the addition of a Prada clutch and black Manolo Blahnik pumps.
There's a surprise element to Meghan Markle's black Prada clutch — the side is striped with pink and maroon.
Meghan Markle's all-black ensemble — love the tie-waist Stella McCartney coat — was complemented by a green Demellier London bag when she visited Cardiff Castle in Wales in January.
A pair of velvet Tabitha Simmons booties underneath dark-wash skinny-fit jeans from Welsh brand Hiut Denim added some texture to Meghan's Cardiff Castle outfit. Plus, take a closer look at that fantastic handbag!
Underneath the black Stella McCartney coat she donned outside Cardiff Castle, Meghan Markle wore an off-the-shoulder plaid wool jacket-style top by Theory.
Meghan Markle also bundled up in a black cashmere Everlane scarf during her and Prince Harry's trip to Wales in January.
During her late-February appearance at the very first Royal Foundation Forum, Meghan Markle (seen here with future sister-in-law Duchess Kate) wore Jason Wu's navy blue trench dress with black Aquazzura pumps and a pair of Isabel Marant hoop earrings.
For Christmas Day 2017 services at the Church of St. Mary Magdalene, Meghan Markle looked warm and festive in a baby alpaca Sentaler wrap coat, a rich tobacco-hued Philip Treacy felted wool hat, a Chloé bag and Stuart Weitzman boots.
Meghan Markle's felted wool hat complemented her camel coat and dark, side-swept locks.
Meghan Markle's small Chloé pixie suede bag matched her gloves and hat perfectly.
For the Worlds AIDS Day Fair in December, Meghan Markle stayed warm in a sophisticated navy Mackage coat.
Under her coat, Meghan Markle wore a Wolford turtleneck bodysuit, a Joseph midiskirt and suede Kurt Geiger boots.
Meghan Markle carried a burgundy-and-white Strathberry tote bag valued at $675, which sold out within minutes after she carried it to the Terrence Higgins Trust charity fair in Nottingham, England in December. The Scottish company ended up renaming the bag "The Meghan."
For her official engagement portrait with Prince Harry, Meghan Markle wore a beautiful couture Ralph & Russo gown (valued at $75,000!) feature a fern-embroidered sheer bodice.
To announce her engagement to Prince Harry, Meghan Markle wore a white coat from Canada's Line the Label atop a green P.A.R.O.S.H. dress. The wrap coat sold out within minutes (the brand actually renamed it "The Meghan").
Meghan Markle's nude ankle-tied Aquazzura pumps were just the right amount of fun and elegant during her engagement announcement photocall at London's Kensington Palace.