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STYLE FOCUS: MEGHAN MARKLE’S STYLE AS DUCHESS OF SUSSEX.

| January 12, 2020 | no comments

On becoming a member of the British royal family, Meghan Markle had quite an interesting style transformation – Her style went from sassy to structured.

As a royal, Meghan’s style became a modest and sophisticated mix of designer clothing – from Givenchy to Dior to Brandon Maxwell…Jackets and trench coats are regulars in her style repertoire and she could be seen pairing her looks with shoes which are most times pumps, slingbacks, or anklestraps. Fascinators are also her go-to accessories.

With the recent news of her and Harry’s decision to step back from royal life, Meghan’s style may yet experience another evolution; I am predicting a potpourri of her before and after royalty styles.

Here are some of her best looks since becoming a duchess.

Meghan at the opening of the ‘Oceania’ at the Royal Academy of Arts wearing Givenchy gown. Photo: Getty Images
At the Coach Core Awards held at Loughborough University wearing navy peplum top by Oscar de la Renta, and trousers by Altuzarra.
In a black, flare Dior dress attending a thanksgiving ceremony for the RAF at Westminster Abbey.
In a dress by Prada as she joined Prince Harry and Queen Elizabeth to meet ‘The Queen’s Young Leaders’ at Buckingham Palace.
At her first outing as the Duchess of Sussex during Prince Charles’ 70th birthday at Buckingham Palace, Meghan chose a dress from Goat paired with a Wilbur & Gussie purse and a Philip Treacy hat.
Photo: Shutter stock
Meghan in a pinstripe Altuzarra midi dress. Photo: Getty Images
In a nude dress and matching blazer by Brandon Maxwell, with nude Aquazurra heels. Photo: Getty Images
Wearing a statement style comprised of a maroon dress layered with a maroon Club Monaco coat, and paired with black pantyhose and boots on a visit to the Hubb Community Kitchen. Photo: Getty Images
Meghan stepped out during her and Harry’s Australian tour looking in a striped, strap, maxi dress by Martin Grant on a visit to Bondi Beach.
In a navy blazer dress by Givenchy at the Royal Wedding of Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank.
In Belfast for her and harry’s first official joint visit to Northern Ireland, she opted for a stylish coat by Mackage, an emerald Greta Constantine skirt, and a jumper by Victoria Beckham.

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Chichi is a Creative Entrepreneur & Consultant with portfolios in design, retail, sales, marketing, image building, business management, brand strategy, and content creation. Possessing creative and innovative skills, she founded Befenchy House of Style with a mission to create products and provide services that will help to improve the image and performance of individuals, brands and companies. She is also the Creative Director/CEO of the company and the Creator/Editor-in-Chief of Fashion Appraisal, Befenchy's creativity and lifestyle media which you are currently reading its content. She holds a masters degree in Business Administration.

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