Meghan Markle may not be royalty just yet, but her sense of style has already won over the hearts (and credit cards) of women around the world. The stylish handbags, coats and shoes that she’s worn have sold out completely and racked up waitlists of 3,000 and more within hours. But that doesn’t mean you can’t shop like her: We’ve picked out our go-to styles from each of her favorite fashion brands so you can still get her look but without the wait. Scroll through to shop them now.
Contemporary fashion label Self-Portrait is known for its use of gorgeous lace and fresh, feminine silhouettes. Meghan Markle stunned in a forest green floral midi dress by the brand at a special Invictus Games reception. One of our favorite Self-Portrait dresses for spring is this white bustier-style mini with puffed sleeves.
Buy It! Self-Portrait Floral Fil Coupé Bustier Dress, $475; nordstrom.com
Before dating Prince Harry, Meghan was frequently spotted wearing BaubleBar’s Peacemaker Ring. It’s no surprise that she’s a fan of the trendy and affordable jewelry brand, they offer up some of the hottest jewelry styles at crazy-good prices – who wouldn’t love that? First on our list of must-haves for spring are these colorful resin hoop earrings.
Buy It! Samanda Resin Hoop Earrings, $36; baublebar.com
British fashion designer Stella McCartney has been beloved by royals and celebrities for decades. Meghan recently rocked a navy caped dress by the designer to celebrate Queen Elizabeth II’s 92nd birthday. But, some of our favorite pieces from the eco-friendly luxury design house are the gorgeous accessories, like this sustainable “skin-free” python-effect handbag – it’s timeless, chic and goes with everything.
Buy It! Stella McCartney Flo Python-Effect Faux Leather Handbag, $1,245; net-a-porter.com
Markle accessorized her casual look with the Day Tote from the ethical and chic fashion brand Everlane for her first official appearance with Prince Harry. The brand recently launched the Day Tote in several more colorways including this pretty pink hue.
Buy It! The Day Market Tote, $165; everlane.com
We love Club Monaco for so many reasons — and so does Markle (who wore the brand’s dress for her first church appearance with the royal family)! And she’s loved the brand for years: While attending the ATX Television Festival in Austin, Texas pre-Harry, she wore a white and red printed midi dress. Get a similar look with this gorgeous printed number from the beloved brand.
Buy It! Janou Dress, $199 (orig. $289); clubmonaco.com
One month before the Royal Wedding, Meghan Markle attended the Commonwealth reception with Prince Harry in a gorgeous $1,995 white pinstripe midi dress by one of her favorite design labels, Altuzarra. The 2014 CFDA Womenswear Designer of the Year, Joseph Altuzarra creates fresh and feminine styles that are perfect for every occasion. One of our favorite pieces from his newest spring collection is this button down midi skirt.
Buy It! Enya Stretch Knit Skirt, $595; net-a-porter.com
Luxury shoe designer Tamara Mellon cofounded Jimmy Choo in 1996 and has since created her own eponymous line of luxury shoe styles, which are made in the same factories as designer brands but without any marked-up prices. Markle wore a black pair of the sky-high Paramour style Mary Jane heels while attending the Commonwealth reception. For summer, we’re absolutely loving these taupe patent leather Mary Janes.
Buy It! Pistol 105 Patent Mary Jane Heels, $475; tamaramellon.com
Meghan Markle rocked a chic blazer by Australian luxury fashion brand Camilla and Marc over her shoulders while attending the Commonwealth reception with Prince Harry. We especially love this matching top and skirt set from the brand, which is known for its mix of modern style and expert tailoring, that can be worn perfectly together or as separates.
Buy It! Mona Floral Cold Shoulder Top, $399 and Mona Floral Mini Skirt, $399; neimanmarcus.com
Markle is known for her more laid-back, California-girl style and one of her favorite denim brands is MOTHER, which she wore while attending the Invictus Games in Toronto. We love the classic skinny fit and slightly frayed hem of “The Looker” in this “One Smart Cookie” wash — it’s perfect for day or night!
Buy It! The Looker Ankle Fray, $228; motherdenim.com
Meghan Markle is a huge fan of shoe designer Sarah Flint and stepped out in the “Natalie” flats while attending the Invictus Games with Prince Harry. We’re loving these brightly colored “Abigail” mules for spring.
Buy It! Abigail Slide, $375; sarahflint.com
American brand Veronica Beard is known for their elevated sportswear, everyday essentials and signature “Dickey Jacket.” Markle wore a pair of the brand’s “Adley” style wide-leg pants while in Edinburgh and looked effortlessly chic. One of our top picks for spring? The “Colson Dickey Jacket” in blue — the bright hue and button details are totally on trend for the upcoming season.
Buy It! Colson Dickey Jacket, $595; veronicabeard.com
Founder and Creative Director of her namesake British luxury brand, Amanda Wakeley aims to empower women through her effortlessly chic line of ready-to-wear clothing, accessories and bridal. Founded in 1990, the late Diana, Princess of Wales was an early fan of Wakeley’s designs and has most recently been worn by Meghan Markle while attending the Commonwealth Day church service at Westminster Abbey. Because of her expertise in luxe fabrics and detail, this checked suit is at the top of our shopping list.
Buy It! Prince of Wales-Check Stretch-Wool Jacket, $965 and Prince of Wales-Checked Stretch-Wool Trousers, $483; matchesfashion.com
The royal-to-be Meghan Markle has been spotted wearing some of the world’s most famous and luxurious shoe brands, including Manolo Blahnik’s navy pumps while attending the Commonwealth Day church service at Westminster Abbey. Manolo Blahnik designs timeless, beautiful — and yes, expensive — shoes, but if you’re willing to make the splurge, it’s worth it, as they’ll never go out of style. We especially love this fun floral printed slingback pump for spring.
Buy It! Carolyne Pointy Toe Slingback Pumps, $695; nordstrom.com
Alexander Wang is known for his mix of edgy, sporty and feminine styles. Meghan Markle stepped out with Prince Harry on International Women’s Day in a pair of chic cropped black trousers by the designer while greeting locals in Birmingham, England. We’re loving this T by Alexander Wang coral midi dress for spring — it’s perfect for nights out and special occasions (hello, wedding season!).
Buy It! T-Back Body-Con Dress, $275; nordstrom.com
Iconic Brit and former Spice Girl, Victoria Beckham has become one of today’s most respected fashion designers with her self-named label of ultraluxe ready-to-wear styles and accessories. Meghan Markle has most recently been spotted in an ivory crewneck sweater from Victoria Beckham’s collection while visiting Northern Ireland with Prince Harry. While Beckham’s label normally ranges in prices fit for royalty, we’re big fans of the collection’s selection of sunglasses, which start around $255, like this gorgeous cat-eye style.
Buy It! Victoria Beckham Cutaway 54mm Cat Eye Sunglasses, $255; nordstrom.com
Known for their gorgeous leathers and chic ready-to-wear, ALLSAINTS is a contemporary brand that is known and loved by fashionistas everywhere — including Meghan Markle. While on a trip to Birmingham, England to celebrate International Women’s Day with fiancé Prince Harry Markle wore a cozy ALLSAINTS cashmere jumper. One of our favorite pieces to shop from the brand is this blush pink biker jacket that’s perfect for cool spring days.
Buy It! ALLSAINTS Dalby Leather Biker Jacket, $540; bloomingdales.com
Luxury Italian shoe brand Aquazzura is a favorite go-to of Markle’s. She wore the brand’s “Casablanca” pumps while speaking at the first annual Royal Foundation Forum and another pair to announce her engagement to Prince Harry last November. One pair that we’re lusting over are these gorgeous embellished mules that will instantly add a touch of glamour to any outfit.
Buy It! Crystal-Embellished Grosgrain Mules, $850; net-a-porter.com
Jason Wu is known for his show-stopping red carpet gowns, lady-like silhouettes and luxurious styles. Meghan Markle wore a gorgeous navy belted wrap dress by the designer while attending the first annual Royal Foundation Forum. We’re currently obsessing over this ultra-chic and modern ruffle dress.
Buy It! Ruffled Grosgrain-Trimmed Stretch-Crepe Dress, $1,695; net-a-porter.com
Known for their leathers and outerwear styles, Mackage is a timeless contemporary brand that Markle wore for her first public appearance with husband-to-be, Prince Harry, in Nottingham, England. We especially love the brand’s intricately detailed handbags, which launched in 2013.
Buy It! Wilma-C Round Leather Shoulder Bag, $325; mackage.com
Markle is known for mixing high-fashion pieces with affordable brands, with one of her favorite go-tos being J.Crew. Her easy vacation style was topped off with a white panama hat by the brand while on a trip to Italy. One of our go-to essentials from J.Crew is their classic oversized button down — it’s perfect for work and play.
Buy It! Oversized Boy Button-Up Shirt, $79.50; jcrew.com
As one of Britain’s most iconic design houses, it’s no wonder that Burberry is a favorite fashion label of Markle’s — she even stepped out in a tartan plaid wool and cashmere-blend style similar to this while on her most recent visit to Edinburgh. Although pricey, a classic Burberry trench is a timeless wardrobe investment that will never go out of style.
Buy It! Tropical Gabardine Asymmetric Trench Coat, $2,395; burberry.com