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Ever since Meghan Markle started dating the dashing Prince Harry, the world has been fascinated with not only the relationship, but also Meghan’s impeccable style. A phenomenon soon developed, referred to as the “Meghan Markle Effect,” meaning, the chain of events that happens when Meghan steps out in a new look. As fans are eager to buy up her favorite fashion clothing and accessories, the interest always causes a surge of demand, resulting in the item selling out almost immediately.This has spelled great news for the brands she has chosen to support, some of which include big designer names, while most tend to be smaller, contemporary brands. According to a report by WWD, “The net present value to brands that Markle endorses is estimated to be 150 million pounds, or $212.1 million, according to David Haigh, chief executive officer of Brand Finance.”In fact, the Givenchy dress Meghan wore on her wedding day is estimated to have garnered $1.7 million in media value and spawned countless reproductions just days after she wore it. The GOAT dress Meghan wore during her first outing as the official Duchess of Sussex caused the site to crash.But fortunately, for those who missed out on their chance to copy Meghan’s style through their purchasing power, many brands have restocked a few of her favorite fashion items, such as her J.Crew coat during International Women’s Day or the fitted midnight dress Meghan wore to the Commonwealth Day service at Westminster Abbey.Ahead, shop eleven items back-in-stock from Meghan’s stylebook you don’t want to miss.Read More from Yahoo Lifestyle: • Prince Harry and Meghan Markle may honeymoon at $900 a night resort in Canada • Meghan Markle and Prince Harry make first appearance as a married couple • Meghan Markle’s royal coat of arms revealed —here’s what all the personal touches meanFollow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.