Meghan Markles Stil: Die besten Outfits der Herzogin von Sussex

Seitdem sie ein Mitglied der Königsfamilie ist, hat die Herzogin von Sussex ihren Status als berühmteste Mode-Muse der Welt nur noch weiter verfestigt.

Vorbei sind die Tage von Cross-Body-Bags, Blazern, die über die Schultern gehängt werden, und zerrissenen Jeans. Stattdessen trägt sie nun neutrale Farben, Kostüme und ein kleines Schwarzes – alles abgesegnet vom Kensington Palace.

Allerdings blieb sie dabei modisch ihren Lieblings-Labels wie Stella McCartney, Givenchy und Victoria Beckham treu.

Und dann bewies Meghan Markle ihr modisches Know-how auch noch neun Monate lang mit beneidenswerten Schwangerschafts-Looks, die insgesamt geschätzte £ 478.920 (€ 522.815) kosteten – das entspricht rund £ 6.385 (€ 6.970) pro Outfit.

Von ihren diplomatischen Outfits während der Staatsreisen bis hin zu einer überraschenden Vorliebe für britische Mode von der Stange – hier ist ein Überblick über unsere bisherigen Lieblings-Looks der Herzogin von Sussex.

For her first post-pregnancy red carpet appearance, the Duchess of Sussex reminded us why she's the nation's go-to style muse in a £3,454 black satin dress with sheer sleeves by Jason Wu. A £1,680 Gucci clutch and matching shoes completed the winning ensemble. <em>[Photo: Getty]</em>
The Duchess of Sussex at the premiere of 'The Lion King' on July 14, 2019
For her first post-pregnancy red carpet appearance, the Duchess of Sussex reminded us why she's the nation's go-to style muse in a £3,454 black satin dress with sheer sleeves by Jason Wu. A £1,680 Gucci clutch and matching shoes completed the winning ensemble. [Photo: Getty]
Proving she understands the power of her wardrobe, the new mother chose a belted trench dress by up-and-coming designer Grace Wales Bonner to debut baby Archie to the world. Meghan was praised worldwide for showcasing her post-baby bump in the ensemble. <em>[Photo: Getty]</em>
The Duchess of Sussex showcases her first child to the world on May 8, 2019
Proving she understands the power of her wardrobe, the new mother chose a belted trench dress by up-and-coming designer Grace Wales Bonner to debut baby Archie to the world. Meghan was praised worldwide for showcasing her post-baby bump in the ensemble. [Photo: Getty]
Reminding the nation that she's also fond of the great British high street, the Duchess of Sussex dressed in a £185 Reiss <a href="https://www.reiss.com/us/p/swirl-printed-shift-dress-womens-azzura-in-black-white/?awc=6985_1553180285_6a748bca54104ecc29b683b84469f26d&utm_source=awin&utm_medium=Affiliate&utm_campaign=78888|Skimlinks" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:number" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">number</a> for a panel discussion in London. Her go-to £1,245 Alexander McQueen, £505 Manolo Blahnik heels and a £707 Stella McCartney clutch bag earned her extra style points. <em>[Photo: Getty]</em>
The Duchess of Sussex at King's College in London on March 8, 2019
Reminding the nation that she's also fond of the great British high street, the Duchess of Sussex dressed in a £185 Reiss number for a panel discussion in London. Her go-to £1,245 Alexander McQueen, £505 Manolo Blahnik heels and a £707 Stella McCartney clutch bag earned her extra style points. [Photo: Getty]
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Demonstrating how to wear SS19's biggest trend, the royal wore a powder pink dress and co-ordinating blazer by Brandon Maxwell. To accessorise the tonal ensemble, the royal chose a Carolina Herrera clutch bag with lace-up Aquazurra heels - which she first wore on her engagement photo call. <em>[Photo: Getty]</em>
The Duchess of Sussex at the National Theatre on January 30, 2019
Demonstrating how to wear SS19's biggest trend, the royal wore a powder pink dress and co-ordinating blazer by Brandon Maxwell. To accessorise the tonal ensemble, the royal chose a Carolina Herrera clutch bag with lace-up Aquazurra heels - which she first wore on her engagement photo call. [Photo: Getty]
In a sartorial move which proved you don't have to give up the Hollywood sparkle when you marry into the royal family, the Duchess of Sussex waved the American flag in a £3,495 Brandon Maxwell sequin gown at the evening event. <em>[Photo: Getty]</em>
The Duchess Of Sussex at the premiere of 'Totem' on January 17, 2019
In a sartorial move which proved you don't have to give up the Hollywood sparkle when you marry into the royal family, the Duchess of Sussex waved the American flag in a £3,495 Brandon Maxwell sequin gown at the evening event. [Photo: Getty]
One of our favourite looks to date was this colour-blocking ensemble by Meghan's go-to Canadian labels. Kick-starting 2019 in style, the Duchess of Sussex broke her navy streak in a traffic light red Sentaler coat teamed with a purple midi dress by Aritzia’s Babaton. Clashing Stuart Weitzman heels finished the look. <em>[Photo: Getty]</em>
The Duchess of Sussex on a trip to Birkenhead on January 14, 2019
One of our favourite looks to date was this colour-blocking ensemble by Meghan's go-to Canadian labels. Kick-starting 2019 in style, the Duchess of Sussex broke her navy streak in a traffic light red Sentaler coat teamed with a purple midi dress by Aritzia’s Babaton. Clashing Stuart Weitzman heels finished the look. [Photo: Getty]
For a visit to one of her first patronages, Smart Works, the mother-to-be stepped out of her regal comfort zone in a chic £2,492 camel-hued Oscar de la Renta coat over a £170 black dress by US maternity label Hatch. But it was her bang-on-trend Gianvito Rossi cow print shoes which proved most surprising. <em>[Photo: Getty]</em>
Duchess of Sussex visits Smart Works on January 10, 2019
For a visit to one of her first patronages, Smart Works, the mother-to-be stepped out of her regal comfort zone in a chic £2,492 camel-hued Oscar de la Renta coat over a £170 black dress by US maternity label Hatch. But it was her bang-on-trend Gianvito Rossi cow print shoes which proved most surprising. [Photo: Getty]
In a surprise move which delighted fashion enthusiasts, the Duchess of Sussex took to the stage at the 2019 Fashion Awards in a one-shoulder Givenchy gown. It proved a fitting choice, as she awarded close friend Clare Waight Keller with the award for Womenswear Designer of the Year. <em>[Photo: Getty]</em>
The Duchess of Sussex at the 2018 Fashion Awards on December 10, 2018
In a surprise move which delighted fashion enthusiasts, the Duchess of Sussex took to the stage at the 2019 Fashion Awards in a one-shoulder Givenchy gown. It proved a fitting choice, as she awarded close friend Clare Waight Keller with the award for Womenswear Designer of the Year. [Photo: Getty]
In a boundary-pushing look, the Duchess of Sussex swerved her usual monochrome suit in favour of a sequinned halterneck ensemble by Safiyaa. <em>[Photo: Getty]</em>
The Duchess of Sussex at the Royal Variety Performance 2018 on November 19, 2018
In a boundary-pushing look, the Duchess of Sussex swerved her usual monochrome suit in favour of a sequinned halterneck ensemble by Safiyaa. [Photo: Getty]
She may be a member of the Windsor household but the Duchess of Sussex proved she can still have fun with fashion in a £1,155 pom-pom dress by New York label Figue. Seeking inspiration from sister-in-law Kate, she finished the look with a pair of Kensington Palace-approved Castañer espadrilles. <em>[Photo: Getty]</em>
The Duchess of Sussex on day two of the couple's tour of Fiji on October 24, 2018
She may be a member of the Windsor household but the Duchess of Sussex proved she can still have fun with fashion in a £1,155 pom-pom dress by New York label Figue. Seeking inspiration from sister-in-law Kate, she finished the look with a pair of Kensington Palace-approved Castañer espadrilles. [Photo: Getty]
The Duchess of Sussex stuck to her go-to hue on day seven of the couple’s royal tour in a £1,095 dress by <a href="https://www.safiyaa.com/collections/dresses/products/ginkgo-cape-dress" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:Safiyaa" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">Safiyaa</a>. <em>[Photo: Getty]</em>
The Duchess of Sussex on day one of the couple's tour of Fiji on October 23, 2018
The Duchess of Sussex stuck to her go-to hue on day seven of the couple’s royal tour in a £1,095 dress by Safiyaa. [Photo: Getty]
For her first trip to the namesake county of Sussex, the royal reminded the nation of her enviable fashion contacts. Meghan became one of the first to own the £1,695 'Demi' handbag from Gabriela Hearst - prompting a waiting list within minutes. It wasn't her only designer piece either, as she wore a £369 Hugo Boss skirt with a £1,699. A £69 & Other Stories shirt and her favourite Stuart Weitzman Legend pumps (worth £289) completed the look. <em>[Photo: Getty]</em>
The Duchess of Sussex on her debut trip to Sussex on October 3, 2018
For her first trip to the namesake county of Sussex, the royal reminded the nation of her enviable fashion contacts. Meghan became one of the first to own the £1,695 'Demi' handbag from Gabriela Hearst - prompting a waiting list within minutes. It wasn't her only designer piece either, as she wore a £369 Hugo Boss skirt with a £1,699. A £69 & Other Stories shirt and her favourite Stuart Weitzman Legend pumps (worth £289) completed the look. [Photo: Getty]
Continuing her suit streak, the former actress chose a slick Altuzarra co-ord for the red carpet event and accessorised the slick look with a Stella McCartney clutch and a silky blouse courtesy of Swedish label, Deitas. <em>[Photo: Getty]</em>
The Duchess of Sussex at the 2018 WellChild Awards on September 4, 2018
Continuing her suit streak, the former actress chose a slick Altuzarra co-ord for the red carpet event and accessorised the slick look with a Stella McCartney clutch and a silky blouse courtesy of Swedish label, Deitas. [Photo: Getty]
In a look reminiscent of her 'Suits' days, the Duchess of Sussex wore a suitably Irish green Givenchy dress for a trip to the Emerald Isle. A £545 Strathberry midi tote finished the look. <em>[Photo: Getty]</em>
The Duchess Of Sussex in Ireland on July 10, 2018
In a look reminiscent of her 'Suits' days, the Duchess of Sussex wore a suitably Irish green Givenchy dress for a trip to the Emerald Isle. A £545 Strathberry midi tote finished the look. [Photo: Getty]
Once again, the Duchess of Sussex proved she understands the power of her wardrobe at a summer garden party in Ireland. The royal chose a little black dress by Emilia Wickstead shortly after news broke that the designer had criticised her wedding gown - a tactical move which quickly tackled any rumours of a rift. She finished the evening look with her go-to Aquazzura shoes and Birks earrings <em>[Photo: Getty]</em>
The Duchess of Sussex in Ireland on July 10, 2018
Once again, the Duchess of Sussex proved she understands the power of her wardrobe at a summer garden party in Ireland. The royal chose a little black dress by Emilia Wickstead shortly after news broke that the designer had criticised her wedding gown - a tactical move which quickly tackled any rumours of a rift. She finished the evening look with her go-to Aquazzura shoes and Birks earrings [Photo: Getty]
Making the art of royal dressing look effortless, Meghan chose a bespoke '50s inspired Dior dress for the prestigious outing with a co-ordinating hat by Stephen Jones. <em>[Photo: Getty]</em>
The Duchess of Sussex at the RAF centenary celebrations on July 10, 2018
Making the art of royal dressing look effortless, Meghan chose a bespoke '50s inspired Dior dress for the prestigious outing with a co-ordinating hat by Stephen Jones. [Photo: Getty]
Again one of our favourite looks to date, the Duchess of Sussex chose a punchy £1,300 Brandon Maxwell dress for the Commonwealth meeting - a not-so-subtle nod to her American roots. <em>[Photo: Getty]</em>
The Duchess of Sussex at a Commonwealth meeting on July 5, 2018
Again one of our favourite looks to date, the Duchess of Sussex chose a punchy £1,300 Brandon Maxwell dress for the Commonwealth meeting - a not-so-subtle nod to her American roots. [Photo: Getty]
Demonstrating how one should dress for an outing with Her Majesty, the royal stuck to a neutral hued Givenchy shift dress with co-ordinating £265 <a href="https://orchardmile.com/sarah-flint/perfect-pump-85-black-nappa-sf9adb42ea?color=black%20nappa&utm_campaign=rewardStyle&utm_medium=affiliate&utm_source=linkshare" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:heels" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">heels</a> by American designer Sarah Flint. <em>[Photo: Getty]</em>
The Duchess of Sussex on her first royal outing with the Queen on June 14, 2018
Demonstrating how one should dress for an outing with Her Majesty, the royal stuck to a neutral hued Givenchy shift dress with co-ordinating £265 heels by American designer Sarah Flint. [Photo: Getty]

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