Meghan Markle has maintained a down-to-earth approach to being a Duchess since joining the British Royal Family after her May 2018 nuptials to Prince Harry, particularly when it comes to her wardrobe choices. On Wednesday, the former Suits actress visited Mayhew, an animal welfare charity in London, as part of her new royal patronages. For the occasion, the Duchess of Sussex wore an off-white, maternity knit dress from H&M (it retails at US $35), which featured a high neck, form-fitting silhouette, and an above-the-knee hemline. She paired the affordable dress with a beige Emporio Armani cashmere coat and nude slingbacks.
Then, after proving that you don’t need to spend a fortune to look like a princess, the royal had a quick wardrobe change to attend a Cirque du Soleil performance for a Sentebale charity gala with her husband, slipping into a sequined navy-colored Roland Mouret gown that retails for about US $6,000. The floor-trailing dress featured long sleeves and a slit on the front that showcased her black, strappy Stuart Weitzman heels. She elevated the dazzling look with a Givenchy satin clutch and one of Princess Diana‘s gold heirloom bracelet. The main takeaway? Get you a girl that can do both.