6 affordable items to buy from Meghan Markle’s wardrobe

Maisie Bovingdon
Shopping writer
We look back at Meghan Markle's stylish wardrobe as she steps down from her role as a senior royal today. (Getty Images)

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Meghan Markle and Prince Harry officially step down as senior royals today (Tuesday).

As the Duke and Duchess of Sussex begin anew in LA, we take a look back at the 38-year-old royal’s style in recent years.

The former Suits actress rarely fails to impress with her outfit choices and accessories, whether she’s wearing items from high street brands or designer labels.

During her tenure as a senior royal, Markle has worn dresses and blouses from popular affordable fashion retailers, including Marks & Spencer and Topshop.

She has also turned to coveted jewellery brands, including Missoma and Monica Vinader.

Additionally, Markle has supported ethical and sustainable names, such as American fashion house Everlane and French label Veja.

The mum-of-one’s sprinkled her wardrobe with designer garments, too, including accessories and footwear. She’s been spotted wearing Aquazzura heels, custom Dior dresses and Stella McCartney and Brandon Maxwell numbers.

For those who want to take a leaf out of Markle’s sartorial book, but at a fraction of the original price, we have found the best buys to shop for less.

Shop the six affordable buys Meghan Markle has worn

At the beginning of March Meghan Markle made an unannounced visit to National Theatre in London, which was shared on the official Sussex Royal Instagram account.

For the occasion Markle wore an all-white outfit, complete with the organza sleeve button through blouse from the British high-street brand Topshop, which is now on sale.

Buy it: Ivory Organza Sleeve Button Through Blouse | £26 (Was £29) from Topshop

Ivory Organza Sleeve Button Through Blouse
Last year the Duchess of Sussex slipped into a chic jumpsuit from American brand Everlane when she visited The Woodstock Exchange in South Africa. (Getty Images)

In September 2019, the Duchess of Sussex wore a navy jumpsuit from the American sustainable brand Everlane as she visited The Woodstock Exchange in South Africa to meet with female entrepreneurs.

The sleeveless jumpsuit, which is now on sale, boasts a V-neck and back, as well as belt detail, which cinches in at the waist.

Buy it: The Japanese GoWeave Essential Jumpsuit | £74 (Was £98) from Everlane

The Japanese GoWeave Essential Jumpsuit
The duchess hit the headlines when she wore a tan Everlane tote bag to her first ever Invictus Games in 2017. (Getty Images)

When Markle attended her first ever Invictus Games in Toronto, Canada, in 2017, she had fans desperate to know where to get her tan tote bag.

The accessory is from Everlane, and is still available to buy in the same shade, as well as other colourways, three years later - and for a fraction of the price.

Buy it: The Day Market Tote | £107 (Was £144) from Everlane

The Day Market Tote
The Duchess of Sussex has previously accessorised her outfits with Missoma jewellery. (Getty Images)

Meghan Markle has frequently been spotted wearing jewellery from the London-based brand Missoma.

Back in 2018, during a visit to Social Bite in Scotland’s capital of Edinburgh, the mother-of-one wore the Gold Interstellar Ring, which has a diamond encrusted into a band made from gold vermeil on sterling silver.

Buy it: Gold Interstellar Ring | £45 from Missoma

Gold Interstellar Ring
During a visit to Cardiff Castle, in Wales in 2018, Meghan accessorised with the forest green mini Venice bag from DeMellier London. (Getty Images)

The Duchess of Sussex accessorised with the green Mini Venice bag from DeMellier London during a visit to Cardiff Castle in Wales in January 2018, with husband Prince Harry.

The leather bag, which is made from cowhide, can be worn across the body, over one shoulder, or held in the hand like Markle did on this occasion.

Buy it: The Mini Venice bag | £295 from DeMellier London

The Mini Venice bag
Meghan Markle debuted the Veja V-10 trainers in 2018 during the Invictus Games in Sydney, Australia in 2018. (Getty Images)

Meghan Markle traded her designer heels for a pair of comfortable flat shoes during the Invictus Games in Sydney in 2018.

She made a case for the sustainable brand Veja two years ago, when she wore the V-10 trainers while on a boat taking in the view of Sydney Opera House and Sydney Harbour Bridge.

Buy it: Veja V-10 Trainers | £115 from Office

Veja V-10 Trainers