Meghan Markle Wears Grey Roland Mouret Dress For 2nd Day Of Royal Ireland Visit With Prince Harry
Meghan Markle Wore a Roland Mouret Dress to Arrive at Cliveden House
Meghan Markle just wore her first official bride-to-be look upon her arrival to Cliveden House–and it's not the bridal white frock we expected. It is, however, one of her most polished, tailored and chic looks to date, and could be a dose of insight into how she'll slowly shift her style once she becomes an official royal.
The cocktail-length, navy crepe dress with a ruffled skirt is by one of her dear friends, Roland Mouret. Mouret was on the list of contenders to craft a custom look for Meghan's wedding, and most were guessing that it would be the evening gown she'll wear to her reception at Frogmore House tomorrow evening. However, this could be Markle's ode to her fashion designer friend for the wedding weekend, should she have decided to go in a different direction for tomorrow evening's party.
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The dress, which was part of Mouret's Resort 2019 collection, is a perfect example of modest-meets-cutting-edge style that we hope (and now have come to expect) to see from Meghan, whereas her royal counterparts tend to prefer silhouettes that are far more romantic, frilly and fussy. Markle's look reads confident, strong and undeniably elegant, with a sexy structure and the perfect amount of polish.
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Meghan paired the look with a classic pump–Manolo Blahnik's BB pump in light grey suede. No shock here, the color is no longer available for sale. Her mother Doria arrived at her side, wearing an equally modest and chic ensemble. The two will stay put at Cliveden House until they depart tomorrow morning for Meghan and Harry's ceremony at St. George's Cathedral at Windsor Castle.
Much like Meghan's accessible yet regal style, this look was not custom-designed for her. While Catherine, the Duchess of Cambridge is known to tap designers like Jenny Packham, Emilia Wickstead, Erdem, Temperley and more for custom dresses (particularly around her pregnancies and maternity needs), Meghan will likely lean towards easy pieces that she loves for now–regardless of their price or exclusivity.
Video: Meghan Markle starts day two in Dublin wearing Roland Mouret
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