On a sunny day of her tour in New Zealand, the royal opted for a two-piece set, complete by a royal blue Givenchy crewneck sweater and pleated skirt. She finished off her fall style with navy blue pumps and her gold studs.
Continuing her royal tour, Meghan opted for a Stella McCartney Navy Midi Dress with Manolo Blahnik pumps, her favorite Boh Runga earrings and a Kiri Nathan necklace. The garment features a wrap skirt that hits just above her stomach, subtly revealing her growing baby bump.
For a walkabout with her husband, the Duchess wore a custom Brandon Maxwell cream midi shift dress, Stuart Weitzman pumps and her Boh Runga earrings. This time, she swapped her Martin Grant Trench Coat for the Burberry Bishop Trench, which isn't on sale yet.
For a wet day in New Zealand, the royal wore a weather-proof look, complete by J. Crew jeans, a top from Lavender Hill Clothing Co. with a Karen Walker jacket layered over it and the "Reign" boots from The Muck Boot Company. Then, she accessorized with a Simon James necklace and earring studs from Boh Runga.
The duchess is taking a style cue from Kate Middleton, wearing a dress that's she's worn before. After wearing the navy blue dress at a polo match in 2017, Meghan brought the stunning piece on her trip to New Zealand, adding nude pumps and gold hoop earrings.
Celebrating art in New Zealand, the royal wore a white tuxedo dress—a custom design from Maggie Marilyn, who is based in New Zealand—Manolo Blanik pumps, a Simon James necklace and a navy blue coat that she draped over her shoulders outside of the event.
In honor of a reception at new Zealand's Governor's House, Meghan stunned in a black gown from Gabriela Hearst with a Dior satin clutch, Stuart Weitzman sandals with jewelry from Birks and Simon James.
For a trip outdoors with her husband, Meghan kept it very casual, pairing her Outland denim with Stella McCartney x Adidas Stan Smith sneakers, a raincoat and a green scarf.
The Duchess of Sussex sported a fall style that everyone can wear: lace-up ankle boots (from Stuart Weitzman), her go-to black denim, black turtle neck (from Jac & Jack) and a grey Club Monaco jacket.
The duchess looked ever so elegant in a Gabriela Hearst black cocktail dress with custom cap sleeves. In tribute to New Zealand, Markle accessorized with a diamond Māori tattoo pendant necklace by Simon James.
Hand in hand with Prince Harry, Meghan sported a $56 maternity dress from ASOS under her checkered trench from Karen Walker with Sarah Flint pumps and Birks earrings.
This is just the Thanksgiving outfit inspiration we needed. At the Sydney Airport, Meghan wore a Boss by Hugo Boss dress with a Cuyana mini bag and Aquazzura Casablanca pumps.
To close out the Invictus Games in Sydney, Meghan opted for another olive green piece. This time, her halter dress comes from Antonio Berardi and Aquazarra heels.
In honor of the Australian Geographic Society Awards, the royal stunned in an Oscar de la Renta gown, created by designer Sarah Esmoingt. The strapless sensation features layers of white tulle under laser-cuts of black birds made from looped ribbon tweed. Whimsical, princess-worthy and very unique, this may be the most memorable dress Meghan has worn thus far.
Wearing her much-loved Outland denim, she paired her jeans with another cranberry top from Theodore Scanlan and Sarah Flint heels.
Meghan's airport style is more sophisticated than most, complete by a Veronica Beard Cary Dress ($595) with pale blue pumps and Adina Reyter diamond earrings ($498).
Continuing to greet the citizens of Tonga, the royal stepped out in yet another Martin Grant design. This time, she opted for an olive green and cream striped dress ($1,385) with a high neckline and a below-the-knee length. Then she paired it with velvet green pumps and a Prada clutch ($1,852).
As established earlier in her royal tour, Meghan is stunning in white. During her visit in Tonga, she revealed an eye-catching gown from Theia ($895). Her maxi, fitted dress featured cape sleeves with beading on the shoulders, which she paired her jewelry to (including a ring that once belonged to Princess Diana). To complete her look, she added black pumps for contrast and a small black clutch.
For the official welcome ceremony, the duchess pays homage to the fall season in a forest green midi dress from Jason Wu ($1,695), leaf-shaped earrings from Aurélie Bidermann ($320), gold bangles from Pippa Small Jewelry ($330 for both), Manolo Blahnik pumps ($625) and a Dior clutch.
For her arrival into Tonga with Prince Harry, Meghan opted for a bright daytime look with her now favorite items: mid-length dresses and pumps. She wore the Pleated Floral Dress from Self Portrait (a $445 maxi dress that she customized) with navy blue pumps and a small clutch.
In Figi, the royal perfected daytime vacation fashion, wearing a long-sleeve floral dress featuring a ruffled, tiered skirt. The look came courtesy of the globally-inspired brand, Figue which specializes in womenswear with a bohemian twist (See: the pom poms). She paired her dress with her Castañer espadrilles ($120), Karen Walker ‘Temptation' Stud Earrings ($369), Catbird Threadbare rings and the Suva Tapa Cloth Bag, a purchase created by local female artisans.
The Duchess of Sussex stunned at a state dinner in Fiji. To show her ambassadorship, she chose a Safiyaa gown ($1,431) with an epic cape, which was the perfect choice as its cerulean hue matches the flag of the country. To demonstrate her royal status, she finished her look with chandelier diamond earrings, borrowed from Kensington Palace.
After arriving in Fiji, Meghan channeled her wedding day glow in all-white. Her long-sleeve white dress, which is sophisticated in its simplicity, comes courtesy of Australian fashion design house, Zimmerman, and retails for $395. She paired it with a Kayu clutch ($225, but now available in straw for $113), Stephen Jones fascinator and Tabitha Simmons Millie Pumps ($695).
To kick off the 2018 Invictus Games, the royal star wore a pair of Mother skinny jeans ($196), leopard-printed Tabitha Simmons pumps ($695), an Altuzarra blazer (similar here for $1,495) and Illesteva Palm Beach sunglasses ($240).