The Duchess of Cambridge‘s royal wardrobe may boast the likes of Jenny Packham, Alexander McQueen and Gucci, but the mother-of-three is an well-established fan of the great British high street.Keen to fly the white and red sartorial flag, the 37-year-old has been known to recycle a number of affordable items on public engagements.Take her now-famous Zara biker jeans for instance. Kate was first photographed in the cult item back in 2016 during a trip to Kaziranga National Park in India and dug them back out two years later for a trip to Sayers Croft Forest School and Wildlife Garden in Paddington.Most recently, she surprised the fashion crowd in a £75 floral maxi dress from & Other Stories – an item sure to garner sell-out status.From her favourite pair of trainers to a penchant for Topshop that matches our own, take a look back at the Duchess of Cambridge’s best high street moments to date.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry - to the nuptials of lesser-known royal relatives, like Princess Diana's niece Celia McCorquadale, who wore the family Spencer Tiara on her big day. Today Lady Gabriella Windsor marries her financier husband Thomas Kingston at St George's Chapel, Windsor.
Kate Middleton's modern makeover continued on Tuesday morning as she stepped out to visit the Henry Fawcett Children's Centre in Kennington wearing a pair of wide-leg trousers and a statement shirt. The engagement is the second time the Duchess of Cambridge has ditched royal-appropriate dresses for the smart trouser shape, the first time was during a trip to Cyprus in December 2018. Although seeing Kate in a contemporary trouser is rare, the duchess styled the Jigsaw item perfectly, offsetting the androgynous bottom half with a feminine pussy-bow shirt.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex embarked on a three-day visit to Morocco, with a packed itinerary which focuses on youth, education, sport and gender equality.As with any royal tour, outfits are usually planned in advance and despite being seven months pregnant, Meghan has proved once again that you don’t need to stockpile maternity wear to dress your baby bump.Like her sister-in-law Kate, Meghan has mastered the art of diplomatic dressing, paying tribute to the country’s flag with her red Valentino dress upon arrival.The duchess is renowned for her love of designer fashion and she’s pulled out all the stops on her last overseas trip before she gives birth this spring. She’s debuted looks from Valentino and Dior in Morocco.As well as some stunning evening looks, Meghan has stuck to her signature daytime combo of a blazer, blouse, skinny jeans and of course, killer heels. An easy look to copy from the high street, if you’re looking to emulate her enviable style.Let’s not forget the accessories. We’ve seen Meghan tote Valentino’s v-ring crossbody bag and Dior’s D-Bee clutch in gold, which she also owns in the navy colour-way.No royal tour is complete without some sparkle and we’ve seen the duchess bring back her statement Birks Snowstorm earrings at the evening reception.Take a look at all of Meghan’s outfits from her royal visit of Morocco in detail.Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK.Read more from Yahoo Style UK:Pregnant Meghan Markle looks elegant in a red Valentino dress as she arrives in MoroccoThe logistics behind Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s royal tour of Morocco‘Prince Harry was always going to go off and do his own thing’
In September last year, the Duchess of Sussex arrived at the Wellchild awards in what was possibly her least ‘royal’ outfit yet. Her sleek, immaculately tailored black trouser suit was simultaneously demurely understated and outrageously glamorous; she could either have been stepping into a job interview or onto the set of a Helmut Newton photo shoot.
Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank tied the knot at St George's Chapel in Windsor this afternoon.
Watch the full episode nine of Yahoo UK’s show ‘The Royal Box‘ live special above. Meghan Markle wore a very demure, navy, coat dress by Givenchy for Princess Eugenie‘s wedding to Jack Brooksbank today. As the trusted label behind the Duchess’ wedding dress, Givenchy was not a surprising choice for the 37-year-old.
The internet has noticed Meghan Markle's recent trend of tucking one hand in her pocket - but it's not for the reason you might think.
There’s no denying Meghan Markle has always been fashionable.But after becoming a member of the royal family, there’s some fashion items she now completely avoids.Take a look at how her style has changed since officially becoming the Duchess of Sussex.Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK.Read more from Yahoo Style UK:From her messy bun to a slick ponytail: The Duchess of Sussex’s greatest hair moments to date Chronicling the Duchess of Sussex’s love affair with the boat necklineMeghan Markle’s style file: Every outfit the Duchess of Sussex has worn in public
The Duchess of Sussex looked to an under-the-radar label for the London outing.
While Meghan Markle has shown she’s in no rush to adopt royal fashion etiquette — the bride-to-be was in tip-top form during her first public appearance with the Queen on Monday.Though she’s snubbed the royal tradition thus far, Markle slid into a pair of nude pantyhose for the 2018 Commonwealth Day service alongside Her Royal Highness at Westminster Abbey — proving she’ll play be every part the princess when the occasion calls.“I think we’ll see a gradual change in Meghan’s style over time to conform to those [royal] elements,” royal correspondent Victoria Arbiter recently told Insider. “At the same time, I think what everyone loves about her is her own personal unique style. Hopefully, she’ll be able to find the balance.”Fingers crossed. Royal wardrobes have long been determined by a strict protocol, which is why Kate Middleton always carries a clutch and why Princess Diana never wore gloves.From skirt length to nail polish colour — we take a closer look at the fashion expectations that rule the royal family. Click through the gallery to see what the American future-royal is in for.Let us know what you think by commenting below and tweeting @YahooStyleCA!Follow us on Twitter and Instagram!