Style that’s fit for a future princess? Meghan Markle has earnt plenty of attention for her illustrious career in film and TV, but since dating Prince Harry, there's no denying that she's become something of a style icon to boot. Her look is simple to imitate and will last endless seasons…

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Suitable for functions and casual daywear, Megan knows how to pick a classic frock. Her linen fit-and-flare dress shows a fifties style flattering on most body types, with a hint of playful personality in the turned-up collar and leopard print heels.

For those who aren’t so keen on a tight-fitting stomach, the well-placed bow on our chosen Next dress (£38) hides that area and keeps the piece modern.

Simple accessories finish the look—a slim Thomas Sabo bracelet (£21.95) and classic black bag from Aspinal (£950) look professional and versatile.

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Known for her role in US drama Suits, Miss Markle’s range of pencil skirts and beautifully textured shirts have drawn envy worldwide. Luckily for us, it’s a look that’s easy to imitate—simply opt for a crisp white skirt (Mango £19.99) and pair it with a knee-length shirt in a pretty, feminine colour.

The lace texture found on our £34.99 H&M dupe would also be perfect for weddings or garden parties (sadly not at Buckingham Palace).

A smoky eye helps this look glide from day-to-night, as does a character staple, this Yves Saint Laurent doctors bag retails at £590.

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Sassy stripes

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A young Hollywood actress, Meghan likes to have fun on photoshoots and this bold colour-popping look for Good Housekeeping is one of our favourites.

Mixing the horizontal stripes of the top (Oliver Bonas, £30) with the more subtle, longline pleats of the skirt (H&M £49.99) is a styling staple of this season, topped off with candy-hued accessories.

Not feeling quite brave enough to go full technicolour? Simply play with the accessories. This pastel blue heel from Marc Fisher (£71) or lilac clutch (Kurt Gieger, £86.50) would also bring new Spring life to a more monochromatic look.

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Double denim

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One for those who love the idea of a capsule wardrobe, this outfit is perfect for making use of items nearly all of us already have in their wardrobe and even better for managing the changeable British weather.

The key to double denim is picking your shades—a light denim shirt tucked into darker jeans is much more flattering than the other way around.

Shop around to get the right fit for you. Vero Moda’s £26 shirt and Topshop’s £38 jeans are ideal for petite figures like Meghan’s. Layer with a belted or well-structured tailored coat to avoid swamping. Mint Velvet’s jacket offers a luxury look at just £99.

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Cocktail party crops

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Cropped tops can often seem like the domain of the under-30s, but when paired with a high-waisted skirt they can offer a retro evening glamour without flashing too much flesh.

Meghan’s elbow-length blouse and demure hairstyle pairs perfectly with her dramatic skirt that is very similar to our Avenue 32 version for £545.

Nude Jimmy Choo heels (£395) and a frilly, stripe blouse (Next, £22) offer up two key investments that will never go out of style.

 

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