Meghan Markle's Trench Dress Deserves to Be Photographed, Framed, and Displayed in a Museum
After a fun weekend with the Duchess of Cambridge at Wimbledon and a stylish off-duty look, Meghan Markle stepped out with Prince Harry to visit the Nelson Mandela Centenary Exhibition in London. For the occasion, the Duchess of Sussex wore a stunning blush trench dress by Canadian label Nonie, which she accessorised with a Mulberry Clifton bag (£600, originally £750), neutral heels, and stud earrings.
Since her wedding to Prince Harry, Meghan has turned to pink-hued outfits more than once. For her very first royal engagement as the Duchess of Sussex, she wore a pretty peachy-pink Goat dress; when she attended her first Trooping the Colour, she broke the protocol in a surprising pink off-the-shoulder dress by Carolina Herrera; and when she joined Prince Harry for the Queen Elizabeth's Young Leader Awards at Buckingham Palace, Meghan gave us a lesson in power dressing in a blush Prada suit dress. Could the duchess have found her power colour? Read on to get a closer look at her stylish ensemble.