Meghan Markle's Favorite Jeans Are Back in Stock—Here's Where to Buy Them

Better hurry!

Updated 06/26/18
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What would you give up for Meghan Markle's closet? Your entire wedding budget? Your honeymoon? Can't say that we would blame you. The Duchess of Sussex's wardrobe is arguably one of the most coveted in the world, and while some pieces of it may be a bit out of reach (her on-loan Queen Mary Diamond Bandeau Tiara for instance, or her custom-made Givenchy wedding dress), there are others that anyone can snag for themselves—if you're fast enough, that is. Markle's favorite jeans are officially back in stock and if you hurry, you can buy them before they sell out (which we all know is inevitable).

While Markle is an obvious fan of designers like Givenchy (she not only wore the brand at the royal wedding, but also during her first Royal Ascot) and Stella McCartney (the designer behind her evening wedding dress), MOTHER is also a major wardrobe staple of the Duchess of Sussex. Markle has worn the denim brand a number of times, including when she and Prince Harry attended the U.K. team trials for the Invictus Games in April. However, she most famously donned the denim when she and Prince Harry officially debuted their relationship at the 2017 Invictus Games in Toronto. There, Markle paired her white button-down shirt and sunnies with MOTHER's The Looker Ankle Fray jeans in “Love Gun.”

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"Fit for royalty," reads the brand's description—that's for sure! "A skinny silhouette that hugs from hip to hem with a snip at the end. Clean cut with a touch of edge just how MOTHER likes it. The kind of jean every girl needs."

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Apparently, that held true as the frayed, light-wash skinny jeans soon sold out everywhere. But luckily, MOTHER just restocked the infamous denim style, meaning you can scoop up a pair right now! But we'd hurry if we were you: every time the brand restocks the coveted piece, it flies right off the shelves again.

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