The blush pink dress Meghan Markle wore to Charles' 70th birthday is now 30% off
If you’re after a dress to wear to a wedding - or a similar event - this summer, your hunt may be over.
The pale pink midi dress that Meghan Markle, the Duchess of Sussex, wore for her first public engagement following her wedding to Prince Harry is currently on sale.
The Flavia wool-crepe midi dress that the former ‘Suits’ star wore to Prince Charles’ 70th birthday patronage celebration on 22 May 2019 was £624 and is now £437 in the Matches Fashion summer sale.
This particular dress features a slender bodice, sheer sleeves with frayed edge trims and a slightly flared skirt.
Meghan paired the dress with a bespoke hat by a blush pink hat by British milliner Philip Treacy and Tamara Mellon pumps.
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Shop now: Goat midi dress, was £624 now £437
Goat, founded in Britain in 2001, is popular with both Meghan’s sister-in-law the Duchess of Cambridge and Kate’s mother, Carole Middleton.
Kate wore a number of items from the label while pregnant with Prince Louis.
For the Place2Be’s School Leaders Forum in London on 8 November 2017, she wore the Eloise Tunic dress in a deep cranberry shade. Despite costing £480, the dress sold out almost instantly.
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A week later, she wore the brand’s Redgrave Coat in ivory, costing £600. On 22 November 2017, the Duchess opted for an all-black outfit including a dress coat from a past season that she had been previously photographed in.
On 6 December 2017, Kate opted for a festive red dress, featuring a funnel neck and bell sleeves costing £450.
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