The Duchess adds a fourth Martin Grant piece to her tour wardrobe

This morning The Duke and Duchess of Sussex participated in activities in Tonga before their flight left to take them back to Sydney for the closing ceremony of the Invictus Games. The Duchess choose a beautiful voluminous shirt dress by Martin Grant.

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The Duchess wore Martin Grant ‘Striped Cotton Dress’ retailing for £880. This gorgeous dress features a full a-line skirt to an elegant midi length. The dress has a half sized funnel neck with long sleeves, a button down placket and matching self-tie belt. Varying widths of olive green stripes run vertically over the bodice and skirt, diagonally over the sleeves and horizontally down the button placket. This dress was part of the designers Spring ’19 lookbook. Just when we were saying that Meghan had worn our favourite dress on the tour so far yesterday, she goes and pulls this dress out and now we are saying it again. Best dress so far.

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You can view the dress here. Try this dress to get the look, here.

Martin Grant Striped Cotton Dress

Meghan wore a pair of olive green suede pointed-toe court pumps with straight back heel and square shaped toe vamp. these shoes have yet to be formally identified and there has been much debate about what brand the Duchess is actually wearing, with camps divided over whether the shoes are the sam from Prince Louis christening, Manolo Blahnik, Jimmy, Ralph Lauren or something completely different.

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The Duchess finally debuted a new bag, with the Prada ‘Bibliotheque’ bag, retailing for £1,417. The bag is crafted from a nude/blush saffiano leather, with calf leather bellow sides. Gold-toned hardware rings, hold an optional detachable yellow gold chain link strap. The front flap of the bag is embellished with metal lettering logo and has two magnetic button closures. The bag has one large foldable compartment, with an inside pocket and is lined with nappa leather. We have not seen Meghan carry many bags on this tour at all, which we are still finding a bit puzzling.

You can purchase this bag here.

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Meghan accessorised with Birks ‘Bee Chic’ white quartz silver stud earrings. We saw these earrings when the Duke and Duchess visited The Nelson Mandela Exhibition earlier in the year. These earrings have sold out. You can get a nice replicate here.

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Birks Bee Chic White Quartz Silver Stud Earring

We loved Meghan’s sleek ponytail style to give this look an uber chic feminine edge.

You can get Meghan’s striped shirt dress style here:

with thanks to @whatmegwore(prada bag) @MadAboutMeghan, @MeghansFashion, @HeavenQRf (martin grant dress)
Other pictures from @KensingtonRoyal

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