Meghan Markle's Trench Coat Is Fit For a Royal, but Surprisingly Affordable
These past few months, Meghan Markle has been laying the groundwork for her future "Duchess of Sussex" wardrobe, taking a more modest and tailored approach to dressing. However, her new royal life hasn't stopped her from wearing trend-led pieces, and she hasn't turned her back on her favourite brands either.
For an outing in Bath, England, where the couple cheered on 400 people competing for a place on the British Invictus team, the bride-to-be kept things simple with an all-black outfit that consisted of a SuperDry Invictus Games polo shirt, Mother Denim bootcut jeans, and suede stiletto booties. While her look was casual, she kept things elevated thanks to her soft trench coat ($245) from Artitzia's brand Babaton, which she simply left open.
Of course, this special occasion is giving us flashbacks of when Meghan and Harry were first seen together. Back in October 2017, the former Suits star had attended the opening ceremony of the Invictus Games in Toronto, wearing a gorgeous yet affordable plum-hued dress by Aritzia's brand Wilfred. Read on to get a closer look at her flowy trench, then shop the exact piece as well as similar options.