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Meghan Markle: The Tight Dress From Her Last Public Appearance As Royal Is A Hit. A Message Outfit


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Meghan Markle will have signed a no-fashionable during her return to the UK. To meet with the Association of Commonwealth Universities, she made a very symbolic choice that was very much appreciated.

While royalty experts will debate whether or not Harry and Meghan’s last lap on British soil (which seems to have convinced them) is a success, fashion lovers are unanimous.

Meghan Markle has turned her final obligations to the Crown into a moment of flawless style. Each of her outfits received a deserved standing ovation because nothing was left to chance.

The proof is in the form of the outfit she wore as patron of the Association of Commonwealth Universities on March 11th, just before her reunion with the rest of the family.

If the duchess had not failed to parade in “made in UK” outfits, this time she had chosen an outfit from an Australian designer, a Commonwealth country, for the occasion.

The honor goes to Scanlan Theodore, a label that Meghan Markle had already worn when she was pregnant on an official trip to Australia. Both chic and elegant, this tight navy blue dress perfectly highlights Prince Harry’s wife.

She pairs it with her beloved Aquazzura heels and a ponytail. Sold for $650, the piece has been put back in stock on the brand’s website.

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This is not the first time that the Duchess of Sussex has honoured Commonwealth countries in her choice of clothing. On her wedding day, her majestic veil was charged with symbolism: it was embroidered with 53 flowers representative of the 53 countries of the Commonwealth.

Once again, Meghan Markle shows that she knows how to use clothing to send a powerful message. To the delight of all fashion lovers.

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