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The duchess has exited her pastel-and-boatneck phase and we're now seeing a darker but no less sophisticated wardrobe.
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The duchess has exited her pastel-and-boatneck phase and we're now seeing a darker but no less sophisticated wardrobe.

Meghan Markle is inarguably one of the most elegantly well-dressed women in the world. Sure, she's blessed with great genes and a Hollywood star/member of royalty's bank balance, but she also has an inherent sense of personal style and a clear sense of understanding of what suits her, and bless, her, she sticks to it.

Exiting that pastel-and-boatneck phase she was going through recently, we're now seeing a wardrobe that's heavy on black - in opulent fabrics and sophisticated cuts of course - and a darker palette of hues like navy and green.

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L to R: Gestuz Yin jumpsuit, $499; REB by Nicole Rebstock Nemesis heels, $280; H&M kaftan dress, $50; Zara faux leather ...

L to R: Gestuz Yin jumpsuit, $499; REB by Nicole Rebstock Nemesis heels, $280; H&M kaftan dress, $50; Zara faux leather skirt, $56; Ruby Firebird silk shirt, $229; Olga Berg Paige raffia clutch, $98; H&M cotton shirt, $15; Witchery dress, $170; Juliette Hogan Margaret shirt, $419; Lonely Belle silk shirt in Forest, $240; Moochi Shutter dress, $290; Lonely Katie pants in Pine, $280; Le Specs Caliente sunglasses, $90; Zara blazer, $70; Liam Nirvana skirt, $249.

All looks are given a perfectly polished finish with pointed high-heeled pumps and while before the wedding she was determinedly still carrying handbags, Markle seems to have made the transition into clutches - whether for practicality or protocol.

Equal to her ability to maintain outfit perfection is the duchess' immaculate makeup. Here she favours a natural lip, a gorgeous swathe of rosy blush or bronzer on the cheeks topped with a highlighter at the highest point of the cheekbone for a natural looking radiance, a smoky eye and lashings of lashes.

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From top left: MAC Iridescent loose powder, $60; Giorgio Armani Eye & Brow Maestro all-in-one, $54 at Smith & Caughey’s; ...
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From top left: MAC Iridescent loose powder, $60; Giorgio Armani Eye & Brow Maestro all-in-one, $54 at Smith & Caughey’s; Dior Backstage Diorshow Pump 'N' Volume Mascara, $65 at Sephora.

 - Stuff

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