The power of Meghan

Ever since it has been revealed that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were dating, all eyes have been on the former Suits actress. For her latest appearance, the Duchess of Sussex attended the opening ceremony of the One Young World Summit in a bold purple dress. Further proving that vibrant Fall colours are here to stay.

Just like Amal Clooney, Meghan is also updating her fall wardrobe, introducing bold, vibrant colours. In her first public engagement since speaking out against the media’s portrayal of her, the Duchess was spotted without her Prince. For the event, the newly mom rewore one of her previous looks. At this point, Meghan is no stranger to recycling previously worn pieces from her wardrobe. Just recently she wore her engagement announcement dress while attending a special event with Prince Harry.

For the event, Meghan wore Aritzia’s purple long-sleeved Babaton Maxwell dress in a matte satin. The dress is actually surprisingly affordable, retailing at under AED 183.5. She completed the look with a pair of Monolo Blahniks, However, as expected, anything donned by the Duchess sells out and this dress is no different. This pop-of-colour is a nice surprise, as the Duchess normally sports more earthy tones.


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This dress was a part of Meghan’s head-turning maternity wardrobe. Last January, the Duchess wore this bold midi-dress during a trip to Birkenhead, while pregnant with Archie. Back then, the former actress took the looks boldness to another level, wearing the dress with a bright red Sentaler coat and Stuart Weitzman pumps. Also, during the first time around, she was spotted holding her favourite Gabriela Hearst Nina bag. It seems like she decided to take a simpler route the second time around.


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