The royal wedding is less than 24 hours away, and we don't know about you, but we can't contain our excitement! Meghan Markle has dominated our every thought since her engagement to Prince Harry was announced, of course. And while we celebrate all things royal wedding, we have to continue our appreciation of all things Meghan Markle—especially her style. Our powerhouse American princess has taken royal tradition and put her own spin on it when it comes to fashion. From wearing pantsuits, to cross bodybags, ditching pantyhose, and the much-lauded messy bun, this is one princess-to-be who is here to be taken seriously, and that means putting the Markle sparkle front and center. With every eye on her every sartorial move, it's no surprise our girl has stepped up her fashion game, and like Kate Middleton before her, turned the Meghan Markle Effect into a real thing. Retailers can't seem to keep the items Meghan steps out in in stock, and we can't wait to see what happens the minute she steps out at Windsor Castle in her wedding dress.
While we're majorly looking forward to the minute Meghan Markle and Prince Harry say "I do," we're taking a moment before the royal wedding madness to look back on Meghan's seriously enviable royal style. From the white coat she wore to the engagement announcement, to the navy blue dress she wore on her last day as a single lady. Keep scrolling for all of Meghan Markle's royal style moments so far.
Meghan and Harry made their first official appearance together at the Invictus Games. She chose a ripped pair of Mother jeans, and Misha Nonoo's "Husband" button down shirt. A little foreshadowing perhaps?
Meghan joined Harry at the Invictus Games opening ceremony wearing an Aritzia dress (you can still buy it HERE) and a Mackage leather jacket.
For the closing ceremonies, Meghan chose a cream coat from The Line.
It's official! For her first major royal appearance, the engagement announcement, Meghan wore another coat by Line the Label (which sold out immediately), a P.A.R.O.S.H dress, and Aquazarra pumps.
For her first official royal appearance, Meghan chose a Joseph midi skirt, a Wolford sweater and a navy Mackage coat.
Christmas lunch with The Queen calls for a black and white high neck lace dress by Self Portrait.
This tonal look was made possible by a Sentaler coat, a slouchy pair of Stuart Weitzman boots, a Philip Treacy hat, Chloe's Pixie bag, and underneath it all a Club Monaco dress.
The next royal appearance called for a Smythe Brando Coat, a black sweater from Marks & Spencer (another quick sell out), flared Burberry trousers, and Sarah Flint Jay pumps.
OMG, a royal is wearing mismatched earrings! And we love it. Meghan continued to flirt with breaking royal protocol in a Stella McCartney coat, over a Theory blouse, Hiut Denim pants, Tabitha Simmons boots, and a DeMellier London Venice bag.
One of our favorite, and most bold choices, Meghan was all business in an Alexander McQueen suit, Tuxe bodysuit (a favorite she rewears right before the wedding—keep scrolling!), and black pumps at the Endeavor Fund Awards.
The royal who wears a cross-body bag! Meghan and Harry spent Valentine's Day in Edinburgh, and she wore a Burberry Tartan coat, Veronica Beard flared trousers, and a Strathberry cross-body bag. Very risqué.
It was a navy blue Jason Wu dress for Meghan's first appearance next to Duchess Kate.
Even future princesses wear J.Crew! The brand's navy and white wrap coat made an appearance on International Woman's Day. Topping off an All Saints turtleneck, Manolo Blahnik pumps, and Altuzarra bag.
The future duchess is all things royal at the Commonwealth Day services wearing a white Amanda Wakeley coat and matching Stephen Jones beret.
Another Mackage coat makes it into her wardrobe, this time topping a Victoria Beckham jumper, Greta Constantine Teal “Jace” Skirt, velvet Jimmy Choo "Romy" pumps, and Charlotte Elizabeth Bloomsbury Bag.
Spring is finally in the air for Meghan, and she's showing off her shoulders in an Altuzarra pinstripe dress, Camilla and Marc blazer, and an Oroton cross-body bag.
It's the perfect little Black Halo dress we all know and love.
Honoring British fashion is de riguer for royals, and Meghan did just that in a caped Stella McCartney dress to celebrate The Queen's 92nd birthday.
Going sleeveless at a memorial service (in a Hugo Boss dress) caused quite the stir.
For Anzac Day Meghan went full on Brit in Emilia Wickstead and a Philip Treacy fascinator.
On the same day she also wore a Smythe overcoat, Gucci mini bag, Sarah Flint pumps and a black felt wide-brimmed hat. So chic.
Here comes the bride! Meghan arrived at Windsor Castle for the royal wedding re-wearing her Tuxe pussy bow bodysuit. Very Kate Middleton of her!
'Twas the night before the wedding, and all eyes were on Meghan! The bride-to-be looks anything but stressed as she checked into Cliveden House Hotel with her mom wearing a gorgeous Roland Mouret navy blue dress.