Meghan Markle already seems to be following in her future sister-in-law the Duchess of Cambridges's polished sartorial footsteps (but with her own L.A.-girl twist). That said, it remains to be seen whether she'll add Zara pieces into her royal wardrobe, as Kate Middleton often does. Thus far, she's stuck to primarily British designers, but considering she has a very long road of royal engagements ahead of her, we wouldn't be surprised if she chooses to mix things up down the road.
Given her background as an actress and her upbringing in Los Angeles, Markle lends a decidedly cool, fresh aesthetic to the royal family, complete with (tastefully) sheer dresses and It accessories, while still staying perfectly appropriate for every occasion she's been a part of since becoming engaged to Prince Harry.
There happen to be tons of new pieces in stock at Zara, so we scoured through them with the purpose of finding pieces that we think Markle would buy from the retailer just in case you're already inspired by her style. Shop our selections below.
As evidenced by her engagement photos, Markle isn't shying away from sheer pieces.
Markle's coat game is seriously strong.
This boatneck top would look perfect with Markle's skinny jeans.
While Kate Middleton favours clutches, Markle has been carrying top-handle satchels as of late.
This dress would look so chic with over-the-knee boots.
We imagine that Markle would layer this over a silky camisole for an evening out.
The most demure (but still cool) way to wear leopard.
Can you believe how expensive these look?
Markle recently wore wide-leg trousers, proving how impossibly chic they can be.
A wardrobe staple, perfected.
Who wouldn't wear this on repeat?
Markle wore slouchy boots recently, and the world undoubtedly took note.
This is the colour Markle wore for her and Harry's engagement photocall. Enough said.
Markle could definitely make this understated dress look amazing.
Cosy scarves are pretty much a requirement for chilly London winters.
Another semi-sheer piece that Markle would probably adore.
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