11 Red Carpet Moments That Prove Meghan Markle Was Made For Royalty

04/01/2018 - 09:38 AM

Meghan Markle [1] may be new on the block when it comes to royal life, but that doesn't mean she's a regal style novice [2]. When it comes to fashion, the future Duchess of Sussex has proved time and time again that she was born for the role. On the day of her engagement, she stepped out in a sophisticated three-piece ensemble before living all of our princess dreams in a Ralph & Russo Couture gown for her official portrait and choosing the most perfect Christmas day outfit. Thanks to her role on Suits and the help of her BFF and stylist Jessica Mulroney, Meghan's had time to finely craft her style, which she's showed on many a public occasion. Read on to take a look at some of her best red carpet moments.

Meghan knows how to sparkle, and she proved it at the 2013 Golden Globe Awards after-party. She paired her long-sleeved midi dress with a metallic clutch and simple heels.

This maroon colored dress is giving us Rachel Zane vibes.

Neutral tones and a shoulder ruffle on the red carpet made Meghan stand out.

When she attended the 2013 UK premiere of The Hunger Games, Meghan proved that a little black dress definitely doesn't have to be boring. For the occasion, she wore an embellished Alexander McQueen dress, which she accessorized with ribbon heels.

This elegant mermaid-style gown has us wondering if Meghan's a mythical creature as well as a royal.

In January 2014, Meghan confirmed our view that dresses can never have enough beading.

The royal-to-be opted for an elegant black dress with an off-the-shoulder neckline when she attended the Step It Up for Gender Equality 20th Anniversary.

In June 2015, Meghan taught us how to wear palazzo pants for a casual yet sophisticated look.

We can't decide whether we love Meghan's Dolce and Gabbana dress or her mirror clutch more.

Photographic evidence that an all-black ensemble can look chic and red carpet ready.

In November 2015, Meghan rocked one of her favorite designers, Misha Nonoo, for the 12th Annual CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund Awards. The metallic dress was paired with a box clutch and simple black heels.

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