Happy Friday! Today we’re taking a look back at last summer, when Meghan and Harry attended an exhibit honoring Nelson Mandela in London. This is one of many blush looks Meghan wore following her royal wedding in May, and it’s definitely one of the easiest to recreate! This was also one of the first times Meghan wore a double-breasted dress (first time here!), establishing a love for the silhouette and look of a trench-style dress.
While I haven’t loved all of Meghan’s double-breasted dress choices (like a couple she wore during the royal tour in October), this one I DO love! It’s flattering, feminine, and appropriate for a daytime event such as this. It also feels very British, which can’t be a bad thing for her to do considering she had just married into the British royal family a couple months before this!
The Duchess of Sussex wore a blush sleeveless trench dress by Canadian label, House of Nonie. It is actually still available for purchase here! Not a cheap one though. She accessorized with Mulberry’s Clifton bag in pink and a pair of nude patent leather heels by Dior (custom). You can shop Meghan’s bag in eBay here! I’ve rounded up more photos of her outfit below for you to take a closer look! I found a bunch of similar sleeveless trench dresses for you to peruse so you can shop the look at a variety of price points… see below!