Since becoming the Duchess of Sussex, Meghan Markle has ushered in a new wave of modernity and minimalism to the British royal family’s style. Known for her monochromatic outfits, boat necklines, and even suits (no pun intended), Meghan has quickly become a style icon across the globe. The royal is known to frequent designers like Givenchy and Dior, while also mixing in more affordable finds from brands like Artizia and J.Crew too. With all eyes on the duchess, we’re tracking all her best outfits and style since she first went public with Prince Harry in 2017.
Meghan attended the 2022 Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights Ripple of Hope Awards in New York City, where she wore a gorgeous off-the-shoulder midi dress in ivory white. The long-sleeved piece, custom-made by Louis Vuitton, featured a Bardot neckline and a structured tulip skirt. She paired the look with a blue aquamarine ring that once belonged to Princess Diana, gold-plated drop earrings from Carolina Herrera, a black Givenchy clutch, and black pumps.
At the funeral of Queen Elizabeth II, Meghan wore black mourning clothes consisting of a Stella McCartney cape dress, Valentino gloves, a Dior hat, and Stuart Weitzman heels.
The duchess paid her respects to Queen Elizabeth’s coffin while wearing black mourning clothes, including a Givenchy coat, a Stephen Jones Veronique hat, Paul Andrew pumps, and a Loewe bag.
Following the death of Queen Elizabeth, Meghan joined Prince Harry, Prince William, and Princess Kate in greeting mourners at Windsor Castle. The duchess wore a black short-sleeved midi dress with black tights and black pumps.
Meghan accompanied Prince Harry at an Invictus Games event in Dusseldorf, Germany, where she wowed in a white Anine Bing halter neck knit top, wide-leg high-waist Brandon Maxwell trousers in a pale blush hue, and Dior pumps.
Meghan attended the One Young World opening ceremony in a red monochromatic outfit, consisting of a red-hot blouse with a loose neck tie and matching trousers by Another Tomorrow. She finished the look off with red Aquazzura heels.
Meghan attended the 2020 UN Nelson Mandela Prize award ceremony in a black Givenchy blouse and pencil skirt, which she paired with black Manolo Blahnik pumps and a dark brown leather Mulberry tote bag.
The duchess attended the National Service of Thanksgiving in a white monochrome look composed of long trench coat, wool and silk, and organza shirt from skirt made of wool and silk, plus an organza shirt from Dior’s haute couture spring/summer 2022 collection. She accessorised with a floppy hat and diamond stud earrings.
For day two of the Invictus games, Markle wore a cream Brandon Maxwell jacket and Manolo Blahnik pumps.
Meghan attended the Invictus Games opening ceremony wearing a Khaite body suit and pants, paired with black Manolo Blahniks.
Markle wore a navy Celine Chasseur jacket with jeans and Chanel ballet flats to the Invictus Games.
Meghan wore a Carolina Herrera gown and Giuseppe Zanotti pumps to the Salute to Freedom Gala at the Intrepid Museum.
At the Global Citizen Festival in New York, Meghan wore a white embellished Valentino dress with black pumps.
Meghan wore a maroon suit while visiting the New York City neighborhood of Harlem.
Meghan wears a black midi dress paired with a camel coat, black pumps, and a beige bag.
Meghan wore The Row while visiting the World Trade Center.
For the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s final engagement as senior members of the royal family, Meghan attended the Commonwealth Day Service in an emerald cape dress by Emilia Wickstead.
The duchess attends the Mountbatten Festival of Music at the Royal Albert Hall in a red-hot gown and matching clutch.
Meghan wears a cream coat over a white blouse and black trousers. Accessories include two-toned heels and a white clutch.
Meghan wears a vibrant blue midi dress by Victoria Beckham with pointed Manolo Blahnik stiletto pumps. She carries a boxy Stella McCartney clutch.
Meghan stepped out in a chic black ensemble for the Royal British Legion Festival of Remembrance at the Royal Albert Hall. The black brocade dress was custom Erdem, and she accessorised her look with her beloved Aquazzura Deneuve bow pointy toe pumps and a gorgeous pair of Jessica McCormack ruby heart earrings.
Meghan went for a full monochromatic look for a One Young World event. She tucked her Joseph cashmere v-neck sweater into a leather skirt from BOSS by Hugo Boss, then topped off the look with Sarah Flint’s Perfect Pumps and a pair of Emily Mortimer‘s Hera Diamond and Gold Studs.
The Duchess looked positively royal in a purple Aritzia dress at the One Young World Summit Opening Ceremony at Royal Albert Hall.
Meghan chose to rewear her engagement dress to the WellChild awards with Harry. She paired the green wool dress by P.A.R.O.S.H. with a Sentaler trenchcoat and tan suede pumps.
On the last day of the royal tour of South Africa, Meghan paired a white shirtdress from a local designer with Stuart Weitzman heels and colorful Madewell earrings.
While visiting the University of Johannesburg during the royal tour of South Africa, Meghan went for a nude look with a trench dress from Banana Republic, Stuart Weitzman pumps and a bracelet by Alemdara.
During another day of the royal tour of South Africa, Meghan opted for a black jumpsuit from the sustainable brand Everlane, paired with black Manolo Blahnik pumps and a bracelet and earrings from Gas Bijoux.
Meghan went for a striped Martin Grant dress to wear to a reception at Residence of the British High Commissioner during the royal tour of South Africa.
Meghan looked bright in a blue Veronica Beard dress with Castañer espadrilles as she and Harry visited the District 6 Museum and Homecoming Centre during their royal tour of South Africa.
Meghan returned from maternity leave to attend the launch of her charity collection of work apparel benefiting the charity Smart Works. She wore a white button-down shirt and black trousers from the capsule and completed the ensemble with tan suede pumps, layered gold bracelets, and earrings that once belonged to Princess Diana.
The duchess stunned in a black sheer Jason Wu dress, Lorraine Schwartz earrings, and Gucci clutch while attending the London premiere of Disney’s The Lion King (where she and Harry later met up with Beyoncé and Jay-Z).
While watching Serena Williams compete at Wimbledon alongside Kate Middleton, Meghan wore a white Givenchy button down with a colourful pleated Hugo Boss skirt.
Making a surprise appearance at Wimbledon, the Duchess of Sussex wore a pin-striped L’Agence blazer, OUTLAND‘s Harriet jeans, a pair of Finlay shades, and a delicate necklace featuring the letter “A” for Archie.
For the 2019 Trooping the Colour ceremony, Meghan donned a navy Givenchy dress complete with leather gloves and a matching hat by Noelle Stewart. The chic monochromatic look marked her first post maternity appearance since giving birth to the couple’s firstborn Archie.
Just two days after giving birth to she and Prince Harry’s firstborn, Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor, Meghan wore white double-breasted Dior dress and nude pumps to introduce the newest royal baby to the world.
In a chain link print dress by Victoria Beckham, matching cream coat, and pillbox hat to attend the Commonwealth Day Service at Westminster Abbey in London.
In an embellished green coat and dress by Erdem to attend a Commonwealth Day Youth Event with Prince Harry in London.
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The duchess looked radiant in a blue patterned gown by Carolina Herrera for a visit to the King of Morocco with Prince Harry.
Meghan stunned in a custom Dior gown while attending a special reception hosted by the British Ambassador to Morocco with Prince Harry. She accessorised the champagne gown with a matching Dior clutch and gold pumps.
Arriving at the Casablanca airport with Prince Harry in a red Valentino dress for an official royal visit to Morocco.
Wearing a white Calvin Klein dress while attending a gala performance of The Wider Earth in support of the Queen’s Commonwealth Trust at the Natural History Museum in London.
Opting for another Givenchy look, Duchess Meghan stunned in a crisp white button down shirt and a black maxi skirt to attend the Endeavour Fund Awards with Prince Harry.
In a monochromatic blush Brandon Maxwell look while visiting the National Theatre in London.
For a night out to attend the Cirque du Soleil premiere of Totem at Royal Albert Hall, the Duchess stunned in a sequinned Roland Mouret gown.
Going for an unexpected color combo, Meghan styled a bright red Sentaler wrap coat over a purple Babaton by Aritzia dress while visiting Birkenhead, England with Prince Harry. She accessorized the look with a brown Gabriela Hearst bag and red Stuart Weitzman pumps.
In a navy Victoria Beckham look while attending Christmas Day services with the royal family at at St. Mary Magdalene.
In a gray coat and floral dress while visiting the Royal Variety Charity’s residential nursing home at Brinsworth House.
In a black one-shouldered Givenchy gown while honoring Clare Waight Keller at the 2018 Fashion Awards.
For a glam night out attending the Royal Variety Performance at the London Palladium, Meghan donned a black and white sequin top and ball gown skirt by Safiyaa.
In matching navy looks with Prince Harry to attend a service marking the centenary of the Armistice at Westminster Abbey.
In a Fijian blue caped Safiyaa gown for a state dinner at the Grand Pacific Hotel hosted by the President of Fiji.
In a navy Dion Lee dress and pumps while arriving to an event in Melbourne, Australia.
In a white Karen Gee sheath dress and nude pumps for an appearance at Admiralty House in Sydney.
In sleeveless square neck Emilia Wickstead dress and black pumps for at British Ambassador’s residence in Dublin.
Wearing a sheer blush Goat dress and matching Philip Treacy hat to celebrate Prince Charles‘ 70th birthday.
In a custom Stella McCartney gown for her wedding reception.
In a custom silk boat neck wedding gown designed by Givenchy artistic director, Clare Waight Keller, for her royal wedding to Prince Harry at St. George’s Chapel.
In a belted Hugo Boss dress, nude pumps and a matching envelope clutch for the memorial service to celebrate Stephen Lawrence.
In a black belted sheath midi dress by Black Halo, a small cutch, and ankle-laced stilettos at the Women’s Empowerment reception in central London.
In a beige Mackage coat, cream Victoria Beckham cashmere sweater, Greta Constantine green skirt, Jimmy Choo velvet pumps, and Charlotte Elizabeth bag during a surprise visit to Belfast with Prince Harry.
In an Amanda Wakeley coat and navy dress, Manolo Blahnik suede pumps, Mulberry handbag, and white beret while arriving to the Commonwealth Day celebrations at Westminster Abbey.
In a J.Crew two tone coat, Alexander Wang cigarette pants, an AllSaints turtleneck, and Manolo Blahnik pumps during a visit to Birmingham, England on International Women’s Day.
In a Jason Wu belted wrap dress, Aquazzura suede pumps, Isabel Marant hoop earrings, Birks stackable ring, and Catbird NYC gold ring during the Royal Foundation Forum with the Duke and Duchess of Cambrige, and Prince Harry.
In a Wolford turtleneck sweater, Veronica Beard buttoned pants, and Jimmy Choo booties while visiting Edinburgh with Prince Harry.
In a Burberry tartan coat, Strathberry corssbody bag, Veronica Beard Trousers, and Jimmy Choo boots during a visit to Edinburgh.
In an Alexander McQueen suit, Tuxe blouse bodysuit, Prada clutch, and Manolo Blahnik pumps at the Endeavour Fund Awards with Prince Harry in London.
In a Stella McCartney tie-detail coat, Hiut Denim jeans, Tabitha Simmons boots, DeMellier London handbag, and Everlane scarf during a visit to Cardiff, Wales.
In a Smythe camel coat, Jigsaw scarf, Marks & Spencer sweater, Burberry pants, and Sarah Flint pumps while visiting Brixton.
In a Sentaler wrap coat, Chloé bag, Stuart Weitzman boots, Club Monaco velvet dress, Marks & Spencer leather gloves, Birks snowflake earrings, and Philip Treacy hat during Christmas celebrations with the royal family.
In a Wolford turtleneck top, Joseph midi skirt, and Kurt Geiger over the knee boots during her first royal engagement with Prince Harry in Nottingham, England.
In a Mackage double breasted coat, Wolford turtleneck, Kurt Geiger boots, and Strathberry tote bag during her first royal engagement with Prince Harry in Nottingham, England.
In a white Line the Label wrap coat, emerald dress, and nude Aquazzura pumps for she and Prince Harry’s engagement photo call at Kensington Palace.
This article originally appeared in Harper’s BAZAAR US.