Meghan Markle is known for her strong sense of personal style and taste for bold, simple fashions.
Throughout her time in the UK, Meghan prides herself on being in control of her public image by not using the services of professional stylists and allowing her outfits to be a true expression of her own feelings.
Since becoming a working member of the royal family last year, the Duchess has shown off a number of show-stopping fashion choices that have evolved over time into her more refined signature style today.
Here Megan is 41 years old News week Takes a look at a collection of Meghan’s most notable fashion looks from the past year.
September 23, 2021 – One World Observer
In the year Following her 40th birthday in 2020, Meghan’s first public appearance was a visit to New York City with Prince Harry, the centerpiece of which was the couple’s speech at the Global Citizen Live vaccine equality event in Central Park.
For her first visit to New York with Harry, Meghan reportedly wore a navy ensemble that included an Armani long-line wool coat, an Ellic shirt by the Olsen twins’ fashion label, The Row, and a pair of bootcut boots. Pants.
Completing the look, Meghan accessorized with high-end jewelery in the form of Cartier wedding earrings and a Cartier gold watch, as well as a diamond pinky ring.
September 24, 2021—Harlem
On the second day of her visit to New York, Meghan wore a burgundy cashmere piece from the Loro Piana brand to a school reading event in Harlem.
The Duchess wore an oversized jacket with patch pockets and a contrasting orange top in a matching shade with a block color turtleneck paired with boot cut trousers.
Accessorizing this ensemble, Meghan wore a pair of suede burgundy high heels, a tan belt and tortoiseshell sunglasses.
September 25, 2021—Global Citizen Live
For the Global Citizen Live event, Meghan opted for a dress style she’s closely associated with—a miniskirt.
She made sure she stood out to the crowd in a white Valentino dress with a plunging neckline, high neckline and floral embellishments as she stood with Harry on the grand Central Park stage.
On and off the stage, the Duchess wore a long-line black double-breasted coat, said to be from Christian Dior, and carried a personalized black Lady Dior handbag, named after her late mother-in-law, Princess Diana.
In the year November 10, 2021— Salute to freedom
Following their visit to New York in September, Harry and Meghan returned to the city in November to attend the Salute to Freedom Gala at the Intrepid Museum, where Harry presented the Intrepid Valery Award to service members and veterans with invisible war wounds.
The awards were held on November 10, the day after America’s Veterans Day and European Remembrance Day. Meghan paid tribute to the ceremony by wearing a deep red evening gown, which Papi wore in the same shade as a traditional symbol of remembrance.
Featuring thin shoulder straps and a high outer skirt, the dress is part of the designer’s Pre-Fall 2022 collection designed by Wes Gordon for Carolina Herrera.
Meghan accessorized the dress with red satin heels by Giuseppe Zanotti with a jeweled buckle and simple diamond jewelry from her own collection, including Princess Diana’s diamond tennis bracelet.
February 26, 2022—NAACP Awards
Megan was born in 1988.
Meghan chose an elegant evening gown by designer Christopher John Rogers, who has dressed the likes of Michelle Obama and Adele.
Princess Diana’s Asymmetrical Blue Chiffon Dress He remembers the dress he wore when they visited Thailand in 1988.
April 15, 2022—Day One of the Invictus Games
In the year In her first public appearance in 2022, Meghan attended the opening ceremonies of the Invictus Games in The Hague, Netherlands with Prince Harry.
For her first outfit of the trip, Meghan wore an all-white double-breasted pantsuit by Valentino with a matching bag and layered gold jewelry.
The ensemble was styled in the usual relaxed style that Meghan has celebrated for the past four years, rather than dramatic styling, rather flowing and with her hair worn over her shoulders.
April 16, 2022—Invictus Games Opening Ceremony
The outfit Meghan chose to wear for the Invictus Games opening ceremony was steeped in symbolism and close family associations.
The collection consisted of a white, open-necked bodysuit from the brand Kite, with a pair of black boot-cut trousers with a cross bodice interlaced at the center front.
The bodice closely resembles the dress worn by Princess Diana, who was auctioned off her famous dresses in 1997 and presented to Mario Testino in the months before her death.
April 17, 2022—Invictus Games Foundation Event
The Duchess opted for another signature mini dress to honor the Invictus Games Foundation on the final days of her visit to the Netherlands.
Also by Valentino, this dress features locks presented in a stunning arrangement by Gianvin Rosa and a matching handbag by Kuhait.
June 3, 2022 – Platinum Jubilee
Perhaps Meghan’s most anticipated public appearance of the past year was her appearance at St. Paul’s Cathedral for the National Thanksgiving Service in honor of Queen Elizabeth II’s Platinum Jubilee.
In the year The event was Harry and Meghan’s first engagement together in Britain since they stepped down as royals in 2020 and aired an interview with Oprah Winfrey in 2021.
At the special event, where many eyes were trained on Harry and Meghan, the Duchess appeared in a stunning pale ensemble by Christian Dior in Paris.
The dress was cut along the lines of a traditional English trench coat, with a high neck and pleated back detail. She accessorized the look with beefy white leather gloves, matching heels and a 1980s-style hat emblazoned with the Duchess’s face.
July 18, 2022—United Nations
In a recent public appearance, Meghan gave a keynote address with Harry at the United Nations in New York to mark Nelson Mandela International Day.
For the event, Meghan wore an all-black ensemble made by the designers of her wedding dress – the house of Givenchy in Paris.
A long-line dress with patch pockets was paired with a sweet jersey shirt and teamed with an oversized oxblood handbag by British luxury leather goods designer Mulberry.