If you ever thought for one second that being pregnant would mean no more dressing to slay and look classy, Meghan Markle’s maternity outfits will definitely prove you wrong.
Since the Duchess of Sussex announced on October 15, 2018 that she and Prince Harry are pregnant, all eyes have been on her to see how she and her baby bump turn up. There were already speculations that she was pregnant even before the announcement due to some of her fashion choices.
And when Meghan Markle finally revealed that she was expecting, her fans were eager to see how this fashion icon will approach her maternity fashion. Markle has since been ‘killing it’ in skyscraper skinny heels and vibrant classy dresses.
As for royalties, both the Duchess and her husband have been making lots of appearances in various high-class and community events. And at each of these events, Meghan has not failed to stand out in her maternity styles. Even when there’s a flirty edge to her style, it still looks appropriate—something we could all emulate. Check out some of her inspiring looks.
An Emerald Coat for the Commonwealth Day Youth Event at Canada House in London
A red Self-Portrait dress for the royal tour in Tonga
The color of Tonga’s flag is red and Meghan choosing to wear this bold red fabric was intentional—a kind of acknowledgment to the host country. Meghan wearing this dress, in particular, made headlines not only because of how the dress perfectly outlined her baby bump but also because of an unusual style slip—the label attached to the $515 self-portrait dress was visible.
A sleek one-shouldered maxi dress by Givenchi for the Fashion Awards 2018
Meghan Markle looked stunning in a black Givenchy velvet gown as she came on stage to present an award to Clare Waight Keller at the British Fashion Awards.
A checked blazer by Serena Williams; white button-up shirt and black jeans for a trip to Australia
Meghan was seen wearing a loose-fit blazer designed by her friend, Serena Williams. The blazer costs only $145 and sold out after the picture of Meghan wearing it circulated.
A high-neck black and white patterned dress with a black blazer for the Queen’s Commonwealth Trust
This $345 minidress by Reiss that Meghan Markle wore to attend the panel for International Women’s day was inspired by the 1960s.
While you may not be able to afford some of these styles, you can definitely replicate them in your own way.