Meghan tied the knot with Harry in front of the world at St George's Chapel nearly two months ago - and she's certainly had no issues settling into the royal family as she's attended numerous engagements since returning from honeymoon. The dress featured Meghan's favored boatneck design and had a flattering drape detail along the waist.
For her final look (so far) - and one of our personal favourites - Meghan stunned in another bespoke Givenchy classic: black pantsuit ($4,472) with a Lavender Hill boat t-shirt ($61) underneath. Although Givenchy ultimately received that honour, Markle sported one of Mouret's designs a day ahead of the royal wedding in May.
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PA Wire/PA Images The Duchess of Sussex pictured during her visit to Dublin, Ireland on July 11. Her dress - particularly the classic Roland Mouret piece she wore yesterday to the Aras an Uachtarain in Ireland.
Duchess Meghan exuded elegance and sophistication, and rightly so.
The royal couple then visited the headquarters of the Gaelic Athletic Association, the scene of the Bloody Sunday massacre committed by British troops against civilians in 1920.
She also looked fabulous when she visited Wales wearing a Stella McCartney tie detail coat and Huit Denim Dina jeans. There, she sported a Givenchy pantsuit - which also marked the first time she's worn trousers to an official outing as a duchess - and finished the look off with a pair of Sarah Flint pumps, a Givenchy logo-buckle belt, and a coordinated Givenchy clutch. Markle wore the ensemble with nude heels and a matching black fascinator for programming to honor the 100th anniversary of the Royal Air Force.
The Duchess of Sussex is talented AF!
A closer look at Meghan Markle's shoes. I just see it as a change.