The newly minted Duchess of Sussex sat alongside the royal family to honor young people across the commonwealth who show leadership and service in their communities, and she wore a dress that perfectly aligned with not only the royal dress code, but also her timeless sense of style.
Instead of turning to her go-to label Givenchy (which she wore on her first solo outing with the Queen, to the Royal Ascot and on her wedding day), Meghan wore a light pink cap-sleeve midi dress with double-breasted belted bodice and chic buttons by Prada. She teamed the look with a pair of black pointy-toe Aquazzura pumps and of course a pair of sheer nude stockings.
Meghan wore her hair in a soft, bouncy center-parted blowout and sported more makeup than we saw her wear at the wedding, adding an all over bronzy glow and rosy cheeks.
While her outfit was a bit muted compared to the Queen, who arrived in a colorful printed dress, it does match the ladylike style of dresses she has been wearing since her May wedding that include a structured bodice and midi-length skirt.
Interested in copying her buttoned-up look? We found four easy-to-try options for you to channel the Duchess — all under $275!
Buy It! Albert Nipon dress set, $275; neimanmarcus.com
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Buy It! ASOS dress, $53 (orig. $76); asos.com
Buy It! ASTR the Label dress, $110; amazon.com