Meghan Markle Wore a $56 ASOS Dress in New Zealand With Prince Harry

And it's still on sale!

Updated 10/28/18

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Meghan Markle and Prince Harry touched down in New Zealand on Sunday for the last stop of their Oceania tour, and the duchess marked the occasion in yet another affordable maternity look.

While on a "walkabout" meeting fans in Wellington, the pregnant duchess looked as chic as ever in a $56 dress from ASOS (first recognized by Twitter fashion detective @UFOnomore). She paired the short-sleeve black dress—which, as of this writing, was still available in limited quantities—with a $750 plaid trench from designer Karen Walker, proving she is truly a master of the high-low style mix. While Meghan's exact coat has sold out, you can get your hands on a dark navy version that's equally chic.

The duchess finished the look with a poppy pin in honor of soldiers who have died in war, which she has been spotted wearing throughout the week. Per usual, she kept her glam natural, sporting her signature low bun and minimal makeup.

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Since announcing her pregnancy on October 15, Meghan has become an affordable maternity-wear style icon. Throughout she and Prince Harry's Oceania tour, she's worn a number of pieces that retail for under $250, including a polka dot dress from High Street brand & Other Stories, and a black-and-white maxi-dress from Reformation. In the past, she's also worn pieces off-the-rack from brands like Club Monaco and J.Crew.

After her incredibly stylish walkabout, the duchess gave an inspiring speech (her third of the royal tour) in honor of the 125th anniversary of women's suffrage in New Zealand. "The achievements of the women in New Zealand who campaigned for their right to vote, and were the first in the world to achieve it, are universally admired,” she said, per The Independent. “Women’s suffrage is about feminism, but feminism is about fairness."

The royal couple will spend the next few days traveling through New Zealand before wrapping up their first international tour on October 31.

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