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The Duchess of Sussex is one of the best examples of high-low dressing, often proving that you do not have to spend the earth to look amazing. And, nowhere is this more obviously the case in her wardrobe than when it comes to her handbag collection, where she often champions mid-range designer brands, or pairs high-end designer bags with more affordable pieces.
Meghan is a big fan of mid-range designer brands like Strathberry, Oroton and DeMellier, while she also peppers her wardrobe with more expensive pieces, as she just did when she stepped out recently in New York City with husband Harry.
The duchess was seen carrying a Valextra's Iside Mini Tote, which she wore with a camel coat by Reiss, a black dress and pointed Aquazzura pumps.
The bag is a great workwear hero with its handy size, structured shape and vintage-inspired design, while it also has a shoulder strap if you want to go hands free.
Below, we round up some more of our favourites from Meghan's handbag collection to buy now, from Mulberry and Chloé to Gabriela Hearst.
The Strathberry East/West Mini
On one of her first public appearances after announcing her engagement to Prince Harry, a trip to Edinburgh, Meghan carried this green leather bag from mid-range Scottish favourite Strathberry.
The Oroton Avalon Crossbody
This super affordable Oroton bag was a great example of the then future duchess pairing high with low fashion.
The Strathberry Midi Tote
She championed Strathberry once again, carrying this beautiful burgundy bag on an engagement during her early days of royal life.
The Chloé Pixie Bag
For her first Christmas Day appearance with the royals, Meghan carried Chloé's beautiful brown suede Pixie bag.
The DeMellier Mini Venice Bag
Meghan has been seen with this green leather bag from affordable label DeMellier on several occasions.
The Mulberry Clifton
The Duchess of Sussex chose this light pink Mulberry offering for an appearance in London in 2018.
The Gabriela Hearst Nina bag
Meghan has carried two different versions of Gabriela Hearst's Nina bag, one in green satin, and another in brown leather.
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