7 Best Meghan Markle Fashion Buys That She Has that We Want

7 Best Meghan Markle Fashion and Style Tips

Meghan Markle fashion and style is all over her instagram page and she has a lot of things that we want. Prince Harry is one. A lead role in a TV series is another as well as her entourage of beautiful friends. Her covetable collection of handbags, including a famous Mulberry one, has made the headlines a few times, as has her blue bead bracelet gifted to her (apparently) by Prince Harry this summer. These things are easily picked up but right now, we’re more interesting in the Meghan Markle fashion niche purchases that have been popping up on her Instagram. Here are our seven favourite items so far…

1. Slogan t-shirt by Rime Arodaky 

We want the Meghan Markle fashion and style best illustrated by her cool embroidered t-shirt which is actually by bridal designer Rime Arodaky. However, you don’t even have to have a boyfriend to enjoy her e-shop –  other gems include a black sweatshirt with the word Habibi emblazoned across it (arabic for darling).

Meghan Markle Fashion

 

Meghan Markle Fashion

 

2. Kitty Flats by Charlotte Olympia

Meghan Markle’s Kitty flats aren’t exactly a fashion first given the legions of IT girls who have worn them in the past, but Miss Olympia has just released these slip-on versions which are delightfully cute for summer strolls and for pottering about in. They come in all colours and retail at £365.

Meghan Markle Fashion

Meghan Markle Fashion

 

3. A knitted burger

A staple of the Meghan Markle fashion style is the knitted take-out is the work of her talented friend Martina Sorbara, of the Canadian band Dragonette, The musician likes to knit on the go but sadly she doesn’t sell her wooly creations. Look instead to the inspired work of Jessica Dance who makes amazing things from textiles, from 80s mobile phones crafted entirely in felt to Louis Vuitton monogrammed handbags created from soft lambswool. Follow her on Instagram 

Meghan Markle Fashion

Meghan Markle Fashion

 

4. A massive panda head/mask thing

Yes it’s true. Meghan Markle looks hot in anything, including a fuzzy bear head. There are easier ways to create this look (namely with a paper plate and some glue/paint/felt) but we love the luxury of a really posh panda get-up. This one is handmade using luxury faux fur by Tentacle Studio in New Orleans. The designer Jennifer Bittinger makes amazing stage costumes so this is a steal at under $400.

 

Meghan Markle Fashion

Meghan Markle Fashion

 

5. A very elegant mug from Soho Home

Meghan Markle loves Soho Farmhouse in Oxfordshire – or she did before the British media got wind of her relationship with Prince Harry. Country breaks at the exclusive spa/hotel may be a thing of the past given how little privacy she now has away from camera flashes and general maniacs on the loose. Let’s hope she was given one of these Whitchford mugs from the hotels Soho Home brand which are handmade and glazed by hand. Also available from Liberty London for the princely sum of 15 bob.

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Meghan Markle Fashion

Meghan Markle Fashion

6. The NOT Perfect White Shirt

Meghan Markle’s close friend Misha NoNoo (yes, really her name) makes this super sexy ‘Husband’ shirt with delicate metal buttons. Strangely Misha is adamant that this shirt is NOT perfect: ” Every brand claims to have “the perfect white shirt.” Not us. We know our crisp cotton poplin shirt is no angel. Sure, it looks prim and proper, peeking out from our black blazer, but don’t be fooled. This top has a wild side. It’s often spotted in the early morning hours of our Instagram feeds haphazardly tucked into our wide-leg pants, held together by only one metal shank.” We like her style.

Meghan Markle Fashion

Meghan Markle Fashion

7. Hieronymus Bosch iPhone Case from El Prado Museum 

The intelligent iPhone user doesn’t have a diamanté-studded iphone case. They prefer one with cultural kudos. The Meghan Markle fashion statement is a monkey on an elephant cover is take from a close-up of The Garden of Earthly Delights, a triptych by Hieronymus Bosch. Other parts of this painting are less suited to a museum gift such as the image of the woman flagellating someone’s bottom with a thorny rose stem, or the giant chick (grotesque) eating a naked man head first as crows explode from his behind… but this one’s very pretty indeed. (We’ve used Dumbo to help you get over the last sentence).

Meghan Markle Fashion