Back in April of last year, Meghan attended an Anzac Day church service at Westminster Abbey with Prince Harry and Prince William. This afternoon service followed a service at dawn that she also attended, where she wore a warmer look that we recreated here. In case you need a reminder, Anzac stands for Australia and New Zealand Army Corps, and Anzac Day is the anniversary of the first major military action fought by both countries during the first World War. Both services Meghan attended were meant to commemorate the men and women who served!
For the afternoon service, Meghan donned a black jacquard skirt and matching cropped jacket by London designer, Emilia Wickstead! This midi suit dress situation was custom for Meghan, so unfortunately there’s no way to shop her exact look… but I did find a number of great black midi dresses and cropped jackets that I’ve rounded up below! I didn’t find a ton of budget-friendly options for this particular look, but I did my best.
She accessorized the coordinated set with a black Philip Treacy beret, her signature Manolo Blahnik BB pumps in black suede, and Jimmy Choo’s J Box clutch. Her earrings are the same pair of Cartier diamond studs she’s worn many times before! You can shop lookalikes for less here and here.