Meghan Markle has wrapped up her final engagements as a member of the royal family, but not before dazzling onlookers with her exceptional outfits.
It was a long goodbye for the Duchess of Sussex, as she had a jam-packed week of appearances to finish up, from the Commonwealth Day service to a glitzy appearance at the Endeavour Fund Awards in London with her husband Prince Harry. And there's no doubt that as the Duchess continues her life away from the Royal Family her style streak is set to continue.
In one week, we saw a figure-hugging blue Victoria Beckham number, a jaw-dropping red gown and an emerald green caped dress. Over the weekend, she turned out another elegant outfit when she stepped out in a slinky navy pencil dress for a meet and greet with Commonwealth Scholars.
The sleek and modern dress by Australian designer Scanlon Theodore is described as "a modern take on a knitted dress". The bodycon dress featured short capped sleeves, a fitted silhouette cinched at the waist with a belt and a small v-neck at the collar. Continuing her fondness for modern shapes, the dress featured a cravat knotted at the neck, with either end draped over one shoulder.
The dress is still available on the designer's website, costing $650 although we're not sure how long that would last – the Meghan effect will still be in swing long after she steps back from the Royal Family!
Meghan paired her look with a pair of matching navy Aquazurra heels, a charcoal grey clutch bag and understated earrings, while her hair was pulled back into a classy voluminous high ponytail, her bangs swept to one side and smoothed behind an ear.