15 of Meghan Markle's Best Fashion Moments You Can Recreate at Home

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Meghan, Duchess of Sussex. Meghan Markle. Meg. No matter what you call her, there’s no denying the allure of her style.

Ever since she joined the royal family, she’s been dazzling us with her chic and elegant looks, from minimalist dresses to crisp suits. So, in honor of her timeless fashion, we’re highlighting 15 of her best fashion moments, complete with a handy guide for how to replicate each look.

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1. Cape Dress + Skinny Belt

The occasion was Markle’s first royal engagement with the queen, so you knew she was going to dress to impress. This belted Givenchy dress has a removable cape, but honestly, why would you ever remove it when it looks this good on?

Get the look: Petite Cape-Overlay Sheath Dress ($82); Madewell belt ($45)

2. Tailored Suit + Heels

That moment when you look better in a suit than your husband does. No offense to Prince Harry, but we can’t get over how damn chic our girl Meghan looks in this slim-fit Givenchy number during a visit to Ireland. The key here is tailoring: The pants hit right at her ankle bone, while the sleeves end just above her wrists—doubly flattering.

Get the look: Luxe Sculpt Blazer ($250.00) and trousers ($60); Michael Michael Kors heels ($115)

3. Robe Coat + Skinny Pants + Pumps

Is it possible to wear a glorified robe in public and still look amazing? We’re glad you asked. Markle balances the proportions of her oversize coat by belting it and pairing it with skinny pants.

Get the look: Pauline Belted Wool Coat ($826); Kelsey Cotton Flare Pant $52.50; Steve Madden pumps ($100)

4. Midi Dress + Nude Pumps

In the past few years, Markle has tended to shy away from super form-fitting ensembles. This bold yellow Brandon Maxwell dress, which she wore to a reception in London in 2018, is a slight—and gorgeous—departure. More of this streamlined, body-skimming silhouette, please.

Get the look: V-Neck Midi Dress ($135); Anna Pumps ($120)

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5. Fit-and-Flare Dress + Pumps

For a taping of the Today show way back in 2016, Meg wore an old Hollywood-esque fit-and-flare number that nips in her waist before fanning out to a full midi skirt. As usual, her accessories are understated perfection: In this case, her golden pointy-toe pumps create the illusion of an even longer, more slender leg.

Get the look: Dress the Population dress ($182); Beige Leather Pumps ($60)

6. Pinstripe Dress + Blazer

Is it just us, or is this look the perfect combination of dressed-up and effortless? Take off the blazer and heels and you’ve got a casual-cool outfit that would look amazing with flats; or swap the striped dress and crossbody for an LBD and you’re cocktail-party ready.

Get the look: Reena Striped Dress ($179); Classic Suit blazer ($84); Foster Pumps ($60)

7. Cropped Jacket + Midi Pencil Skirt

Oh hi, Jackie O. While attending a memorial service for Anzac Day with Prince Harry and Prince William, Markle dressed to polished perfection in a black Emilia Wickstead skirt suit and a hat by Philip Treacy. The look is elegant, modern (thanks to the cropped silhouette of the jacket) and fit for a duchess.

Get the look: Cropped Blazer ($150); Below-Knee Pencil Skirt ($30) Anny Pumps ($270)

8. Turtleneck + Midi Skirt

For her first public engagement of 2020, Markle wore a monochrome ensemble, which consisted of a brown turtleneck, satin skirt and camel coat. In shades of camel, caramel and brown, it was simple, yet sophisticated

Get the look: Hobbs London Tilda Coat ($600); Buckle Wrap skirt ($60); JDY High Neck Top ($8)

9. Cape gown + Drop Earrings

At the 2020 Mountbatten Festival of Music, the duchess stepped out in a stunning floor-length dress by Safiyaa. Was it a coincidence that her gown matched Prince Harry’s military uniform? We think not.

Get the look: Safiyaa Kalika cape-effect crepe gown ($1,815; $726); Red Haneh Pumps ($60)

10. Tailored dress + statement Clutch

Remember that iconic rain photo? Markle donned a tailored blue dress by Victoria Beckham, which she paired with a statement Stella McCartney clutch (natch).

Get the look: Muxxn cocktail dress ($33); Seaspray Enid Clutch ($328)

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11. Coat Dress + White Accessories

For the National Service of Thanksgiving at this year’s Platinum Jubilee, the duchess channeled her inner Olivia Pope with an off-white custom Dior coat dress and a matching white hat. We’re sure the Fixer would approve.

Get the look: Tilda Off-White Coat ($944); Minimalist Straw Hat ($8); Hazel Pointed Toe Heel ($140)

12. White Suit + White Heels

One thing’s for sure: white is Markle’s color. The duchess was spotted in this all-white ensemble at a reception for the Invictus Games earlier this year.

Get the look: White Linen Blazer ($230); White Haneh Pumps ($60)

13. Green Shirt Dress + Black Heels

During the 2019 royal tour of South Africa, Markle visited ActionAid in Johannesburg. The duchess turned heads in a button-down business casual dress, which featured pockets and a belt.

Get the look: Lyocell Shirt Dress ($60); Danna Stiletto Pump ($80)

14. White Blazer + All-Black Everything

Once again, the duchess has mastered the business casual look. Markle opted for this chic and sophisticated ensemble when she and Prince Harry attended day two of the Invictus Games at Sydney Olympic Park in 2018.

Get the look: Extra Fine Merino Ribbed Turtleneck Sweater ($30); 721 High Rise Skinny ($90); Danyah Pumps ($60)

15. Off-the-shoulder Top + Black Details

Markle dressed up for the Invictus Games Opening ceremony in 2020, and we’re definitely noticing a theme when it comes to her outfit choices. The duchess stepped out in a trendy white off-the-shoulder top with black pants and black shoes.

Get the look: Off-Shoulder Top ($24); Wide-leg Twill Pants ($18); Penza pointed high heeled pumps ($40)

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