Meghan Markle Took a Risk in This Sultry Tuxedo Dress, but Boy, Did She Look Good
Meghan Markle's royal tour wardrobe has been every bit as good as we were hoping for, if not better. Over the past two weeks, the Duchess of Sussex has stunned in glamorous gowns, relaxed shirtdresses, and rule-breaking ensembles alike, continuing to shake things up when it comes to royal fashion. And on her latest outing in New Zealand, Meghan flaunted her figure in an elegant yet sultry look.
When she and Prince Harry attended an event celebrating the Wellington's thriving art scene, the duchess wore a custom white tuxedo dress by Maggie Marilyn, a New Zealand based label. She paired the smart design — which originally featured ruched sleeves and came with practical side pockets — with a navy coat, matching suede heels, and delicate silver jewellery, looking as stylish as ever.
Of course, it's not the first time that Meghan has stunned in a tuxedo dress. Back in August, the duchess wore a similar ensemble when she attended a special fundraising performance of the musical Hamilton in London, and it's easy to understand why she loves the style so much. Read on to get a closer look at both looks, then shop Meghan's original Maggie Marilyn dress (as well as similar options) if you're feeling inspired.