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All the details on Duchess Meghan's week of flawless fashion  5 Months ago

Source:   USA Today  

It has been almost two months since Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's wedding. Since then, the new duchess has settled into her role as an international fashion icon. This week, she has dazzled with a variety of looks, sometimes multiple outfit changes in one day, beginning with Prince Louis's christening Monday. That was followed by a celebration Tuesday honoring the Royal Air Force and a trip with Harry to Ireland.

Here's a breakdown of six of her most recent looks:

The Duchess showed off her first of two looks Wednesday in Ireland for her and Prince Harry's first official foreign trip as a couple. She donned a taupe custom Roland Mouret dress with black suede pumps from English designer Paul Andrew and carried a black Fendi Peekaboo bag. She paired what's becoming her signature boatneck silhouette with Birks Snowflake Snowstorm Earrings. 

Later that day, the couple made a few stops to the Croke Park's museum, Trinity College and the Irish Emigration Museum. Meghan changed her getup, this time sporting a custom cropped black Givenchy double-breasted blazer with ankle-length pants and black Sarah Flint Perfect Pumps along with a Givenchy black buckle belt and frame bag.

After arriving in Ireland Tuesday, the couple attended a garden party at the British ambassador's residence, where Meghan wore a sleeveless black dress from Emilia Wickstead with a square neckline and belt. She finished the outfit with a pair of sparkling citrine and diamond drop earrings from Birks, a black Givenchy clutch and a pair of black pumps with bows on the heels from Aquazzura, an Italian shoe company known for modern flare.

Earlier that day, she channeled the Irish while meeting with Prime Minister Leo Varadkar, sporting a matching dark green top and skirt set from Givenchy and carrying a tan Strathberry bag: another brand Meghan is a big fan of.

She chose another pair of suede heels from Paul Andrew, this time in taupe. Harry played along with the Irish theme, wearing an olive-green tie.

Earlier Tuesday, she wore a fit-and-flared dark navy dress from Dior with – what else? – a boatneck neckline and a custom Stephen Jones swirl fascinator.

She also paired it with nude suede heels, another Meghan staple, and navy clutch, both custom-made by Christian Dior. Her earrings (which she wore on her wedding!) were an intricate diamond and white gold design from Cartier.

The duchess wore a custom olive-green dress from Ralph Lauren for the christening of Prince Louis on Monday at the Chapel Royal in St. James's Palace in London. She added another custom Stephen Jones fascinator with a green clutch and green suede gloves, along with the same wedding Cartier earrings. Her heels were olive suede pumps from Manolo Blahnik.

More: Meghan and Harry sample Dublin's charms; Meghan shows off two new outfits

More: Meghan and Harry in Ireland: Meghan wears sleek black dress to garden party

 

 

 

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