15 photos show Meghan Markle’s best fashion moments of 2020

Meghan Markle fashion 2020

  • The Duchess of Sussex's final engagements as a senior royal have been named among 2020's most influential fashion moments by Lyst.
  • Markle often mixes affordable and designer fashion. In March, she visited London's National Theater wearing a $55 Topshop blouse with a $668 Roland Mouret skirt.
  • Due to the pandemic, Markle hasn't had many in-person engagements but that didn't stop her from wearing chic outfits in video appearances.
  • Here are the 15 best fashion moments worn by Markle in 2020 so far, in chronological order.
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February: Meghan Markle looked stunning in a chic camel-colored jacket, turtleneck sweater, and Massimo Dutti slip skirt.

The Duchess of Sussex finished the look with a pair of velvet brown Jimmy Choo heels for a visit to Canada House in London after a six-week break from royal duties.

March: In a low-key visit to London's National Theater, Markle mixed high fashion and affordable brands, wearing a $55 ivory Topshop blouse and a $668 white pencil skirt by Roland Mouret.


March: Kicking off the first day of The Duke and Duchess of Sussex's final royal tour, Markle wore a turquoise fitted dress by Victoria Beckham and a pair of navy suede Manolo Blahnik pumps.

Markle wore this ensemble to the Endeavour Fund Awards.

Her accessories included a Stella McCartney clutch bag, and a $12,349 rose gold and diamond bracelet by Jessica McCormack.

March: For a London school visit, Markle wore a stylish look that included a cream-colored fringe boucle jacket by British brand ME+EM, and cropped pants by Alexander Wang.

Markle paired it with a Rejina Pyo clutch bag and pumps by Jennifer Chamandi during the surprise solo visit to Robert Clack Upper School in Dagenham, East London.

March: For the Mountbatten Festival of Music, Markle and Prince Harry stepped out in coordinating outfits.

Markle wore a $1,742 dress by British luxury brand Safiyaa, matching suede pumps by Aquazzura, a Manolo Blahnik clutch, and Simone Rocha earrings.

March: For the final day of their royal engagements, Markle wore a green cape dress by Emilia Wickstead and a matching William Chambers fascinator.

Markle paired the outfit with heels by Aquazzura and a Gabriela Hearst Handbag for the Commonwealth Day Service at Westminster Abbey in London.

March: The Duchess of Sussex wore a $920 brown pleated Preen by Thornton Bregazzi dress with $87 Edge of Ember gold earrings for a virtual engagement.

Markle wore the ensemble for a conversation with young leaders for The Queen's Commonwealth Trust, of which the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are the President and Vice-President.

May: Markle was relaxed at home with her son Archie, wearing a pair of white shorts and a denim shirt and accessorized with a stack of bracelets.

Markle read "Duck! Rabbit!" to Archie on his first birthday in a video supporting the charity Save The Children, filmed by Prince Harry.

August: Markle went casual for a charity event in California, opting for a $430 white oversized shirt by Victoria Beckham, light green shorts, and Adidas sneakers.


Markle also wore a $15 blue and white face mask by Royal Jelly Harlem for the charity event organized by LA-based charity Baby2Baby.

August: Markle wore a white t-shirt, striped $250 Anine Bing pants, and a $393 hat by American brand Janessa Leoné for a "backyard chat" with Gloria Steinem.

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September: Markle wore double denim and a yellow gold Cartier bracelet for a visit to an LA preschool on the anniversary of Princess Diana's death.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex were planting Princess Diana's favorite flower — the forget-me-not.

September: Markle looked happy and relaxed in a camel-colored shirt and black faux leather pants for a surprise appearance on "America's Got Talent."

She paired the outfit with what appeared to be Princess Diana's Cartier Tank Française wristwatch.

October: Markle appeared with Prince Harry via video link for an interview with the Evening Standard and wore a camel-colored long-sleeve top with faux leather pants.

October: Markle wore a t-shirt with the initials RBG along with a "when there are nine" face mask — an ode to the late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.

She finished the look with a navy striped J.Crew sweater while attending a "Teenager Therapy" podcast recording with Prince Harry.

November: The Duchess of Sussex visited a Los Angeles cemetery on Remembrance Sunday wearing a custom black jacket dress by Maxwell Brandon.

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