With just one week until the next major royal wedding, we can't help but wonder what Princess Eugenie will sport down the aisle. And, with Meghan Markle in attendance, we're also dying to know what outfit the fellow royal has up her sleeve for the occasion. It's pretty much a given that the Duchess of Sussex's look will remain as elusive as her own wedding dress before the big day, but we do have a few predictions as to Meghan's potential guest attire based on her recent wardrobe (it's not like we have her clothing memorized or anything...).
Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank's dress code calls for women to wear a day dress and hat, which essentially entails a frock with an appropriate hemline and a formal hair accessory. Based on past weddings that she and Prince Harry have attended, Meghan has officially mastered this wardrobe requirement, keeping to tasteful midi or maxi dresses, corresponding fascinators, and heels.
Just a month after her own nuptials, for example, while attending the wedding of Princess Diana's niece, the 37-year-old royal donned a long-sleeve, blue-and-white Oscar de la Renta shirtdress with a matching white headpiece.
And, on a slightly more affordable note, the Duchess of Sussex was outfitted in a navy Club Monaco midi dress with a pleated, multicolored skirt during Charlie van Straubenzee's wedding on August 4 (a.k.a. her birthday!).
As for the designer of her future guest frock for Princess Eugenie's nuptials, Givenchy isn't out of the question, considering Meghan has shown a preference for this label since her wedding day. In fact, she was spotted in a black Givenchy dress just last week during her first solo royal outing.
Shown below, the Duchess of Sussex also rocked a dress from the label while attending the Royal Ascot—although she would presumably never wear white to a wedding, but you get the picture. Other likely contenders and favorites of the former actress include Ralph Lauren, Carolina Herrera, and Prada.
In terms of color, Meghan proves she isn't one to shy away from bright hues and patterns (let's not forget that figure-flattering yellow number). To honor the current season, perhaps she'll stick with shades of olive green, similar to her Ralph Lauren dress and Stephen Jones hat from Prince Louis's baptism in July.
Or, a stunning royal blue (get it?) might be in the cards to commemorate Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank's wedding, like this Jason Wu frock.
Ultimately, we envision Meghan modeling some form of tea-length, cinched-waist gown in a fall-friendly hue, paired with a matching headpiece and a doting Prince Harry on her arm. Looking forward to adding another ensemble to our Meghan Markle outfit obsession collection.