The Duchess of Sussex may have a designer wardrobe to die for, but she’s not stranger to the great British high street. Since becoming a royal, Meghan’s been spotted in & Other Stories, H&M and Marks & Spencer.
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Our favourite high street outfit of Meghan’s has to be the gorgeous monochrome Reiss dress she wore on International Women's Day, to an event organised by The Queen’s Commonwealth Trust.
The printed piece has chic balloon sleeves, a high collar and a sixties-inspired shift silhouette. It was an instant hit with fans and, in true royal style, sold out shortly after.
The good news is, Reiss has re-stocked the ‘Azzura’ just in time for all of your summer events.
At £185, the dress isn’t exactly cheap, but its versatility means that it’s well worth the investment.
Meghan styled it with an Alexander McQueen blazer, black heels and a Stella McCartney clutch bag for a smart look on 8 March.
But we can see it working for so many other scenarios: with flat sandals and bare legs on hot holidays, layered over skinny jeans for more coverage and worn (sixties style) with opaque tights and boots in the winter.
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Reiss’s graphic prints are proving popular this season. Holly Willoughby wore the blouse version of Meghan’s dress on This Morning two weeks later.
The presenter really ran with the sixties vibe, tucking the dusty-pink piece into a suede mini skirt and grounding the look with white ankle boots.
The beautiful blouse is still available in all sizes, so we suggest you hop to it because, just like Meghan, everything Holly wears sells out fast.