7 Meghan Markle-Approved Fashion Brands That Are Also Affordable

There’s something refreshing about the wide assortment of designers that exist in Meghan Markle’s wardrobe. Despite having access to practically every luxury brand on the market, the Duchess of Sussex frequently styles high-end pieces with more affordable ones. In collaboration with her BFF and stylist Jessica Mulroney, she has previously paired labels like Altuzarra with Club Monaco, and Hugo Boss with & Other Stories, which has resulted in some of her best looks.

And, it’s these lower-priced sartorial preferences — ones that are more realistic for our wallets — that really get us excited. Like, for example, her Lululemon leggings — those same ones that many of us own one too many pairs of. Or: the Aritzia dress that she wore to the Invictus Games Opening Ceremony in Toronto. It's proof that we, too, can dress like Meghan Markle — at least sometimes.

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Now, as the Sussex family acclimates to life in sunny (and ultra-casual) California, we’re predicting that her style choices are headed in an even more relatable and accessible direction. She was, after all, recently spotted wearing a baseball cap and joggers. In appreciation of the more affordable brands in Meghan Markle’s walk-in closet, we’ve rounded up her favorites in the slideshow ahead. 

At Refinery29, we’re here to help you navigate this overwhelming world of stuff. All of our market picks are independently selected and curated by the editorial team. If you buy something we link to on our site, Refinery29 may earn commission.

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Reformation


During the Sussex's royal tour in Australia, Markle went full beach casual in this striped linen frock courtesy of sustainable brand Reformation. She paired it with a classic pair of sunnies and some leather lace-up flats. Summer, we're coming for you (and this outfit).
Reformation Jada Dress$248.00 $173.60 Buy
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Aritzia


Meghan's worn this majestic purple dress on not one, but two occasions. The designer? Vancouver-based fashion label Aritzia.
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Babaton Hamptons Longsleeve Dress$138.00 Buy
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Madewell


Not only is Meghan Markle wearing a casual and affordable denim jacket from American denim brand Madewell, but she's also got on a pair of equally-as-attainable jeans from MOTHER denim. Not pictured: her go-to cognac-colored tote bag, also courtesy of Madewell.
Madewell Denim Jacket$118.00 $70.80 Buy
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MOTHER Denim


Those aforementioned black MOTHER jeans aren't the only pair Markle has in her wardrobe. She's also got this light wash distressed style, which she wore oh-so-casually with a white button-down at the 2017 Invictus Games.
MOTHER The Looker Ankle Step Fray Jeans$228.00 $159.60 Buy
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Club Monaco

For hers and Archie's first royal tour outing together, Meghan Markle donned a floaty blue dress by one of her all-time favorite brands Club Monaco. And this just in: The style (though in a different color) is currently 50% off at Nordstrom. Shop away.
Club Monaco Dremah Silk Midi Dress$289.00 $144.50 Buy
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Banana Republic


In what can only be described as a royal miracle, the Duchess of Sussex's beloved Banana Republic trench dress is still available to shop — and it's on sale for under-$70.
Banana Republic Double-Breasted Trench Dress$139.00 $69.00 Buy
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Everlane


And last, but certainly not least, is the sustainable brand Everlane, which Markle chose to wear two separate times: First, to film the "Forces For Change" video for the September 2019 issue of British Vogue, and then to jet from Johannesburg to Cape Town during the Sussex's royal tour in South Africa.
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Everlane The Japanese GoWeave Essential Jumpsuit$120.00 $90.00 Buy
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