The Duchess of Sussex shows her boot style at Wellington Cafe

Prince Harry and Meghan started their day off early at popular Maranui Cafe in Wellington, New Zealand. The Duchess brought some serious boot style to this look, for a relaxed and casual ensemble.

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Meghan wore a Club Monaco ‘Ellayne Trench’, retailing for £232. This is an open draped front jacket with oversized fold back lapel collar; the coat falls to just below the knee, and has a self-tie belt and deep hip pockets. The trench has a very interesting feature of a tied bow near the cuff of the sleeve and reminds us very much of the bow at the back of Meghan’s Aqauzzura bow pumps. The coat is crafted from slinky weave. and is lined with polyester. This is a great versatile piece for both jeans and dress and the Duchess looked gorgeous in this silhouette and khaki colour-way.

This trench sold out almost instantly though you can still view it here. You can get the look for only £20 here.

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Club Monaco Ellayne Trench

Beneath the trench, Meghan wore a Jac + Jack ‘Trani’ jumper, retailing for £275. It is a black roll-neck jumper crafted from premium blend of merino wool and cashmere, with a very relaxed fit through the bodice and sleeves. We suspect Meghan would be super comfy in this jumper. Jac + Jack is an Australian brand who are well known for their basic collection and neutral colour palettes of black, white, grey, navy and khaki. Their price point for basic is quite high though.

You can still purchase limited sizes of the sweater here. Try this much more affordable option here.

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Jack and Jack Trani Sweater

Meghan re-wore her Outland Denim ‘Harriet’ jeans retailing for £110. We have seen Meghan wear these jeans about five times on the tour so far, so she must really like these skinny black jeans and find them comfortable to wear. The company prides itself on focusing on ethically sourced and sustainably made with garments. They also recently released a tweet stating that due to Meghan wearing their jeans they are now able to create at least another 30 jobs a to help women in need create a better life for themselves. Wow, can you not want to own a pair of these jeans? You can purchase these jeans here.

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Outland Denim Harriet Jeans

Meghan showed us her fashion prowess by adding a pair of chunky heeled lace-up combat boots by Stuart Weitzman. Meghan wore the ‘Veruka’ style in a rich black suede, retailing for £598. This block heeled boot with gold toned hardware and gold eyelets give off a hard, masculine edge, but paired with Meghan’s soft floaty wrap coat stop these boots from being too jarring and create a fashion forward look. The boots are styled with the laces tied around the mid-section of the boot. We love these boots and want a pair for our wardrobe! You can purchase these boots here.

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Stuart Weitzman Veruka Ankle Boot

Meghan accessorised with a new pair of earrings. The Boh Runga ‘Disco Logo Studs’, retailing for £167. These small gold disc earring are made from 9ct yellow gold. These earrings were gifted to her by the New Zealand Prime Minister, Jacinda Arden. The beautiful gold disc earrings feature a delicate engraving of two feathers from a Huia bird, the iconic feather kiss and droplet designs. This beautiful bird is actually extinct in the New Zealand region now and the inspiration of the earring is to keep the memory of the bird alive. This is a very thoughtful and poignant gift from the Prime Minister as animal conservation and a ban on hunting is a passion of Meghan’s. You can purchase these earrings here.

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Boh Runga Disco Logo Studs

The Duchess also wore two enamel pins. The first a poppy for Remembrance Day, and the second a small circle blue enamel ‘1773’ iin. This is New Zealand’s mental health campaign hotline to assist anyone in need. You can view their amazing work here.

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Harry and Meghan also made a trip to Abel Tasman Park, where they both warmed up in jackets; the Duchess added a scarf and changed into trainers.

Her trainers came from Stella McCartney x Stan Smith and Addidas, which cost £235. These were the white ‘Stan Smith’ sneakers from the brand. They feature the standard Stan Smith shape of the trainer, but with red and blue stripes to the rear, and ‘Stella McCartney’ around the Addidas logo. A cause McCartney is committed to, these shoes are made of vegan leather. The sides of the trainers are adorned with stars instead of punch holes, and Stella’s portrait is printed on the left tongue, while Stan’s is on the right.

Get a pair here.

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Stella McCartney white Stan Smith sneakers


Meghan’s jacket came from Seasalt; it was a navy ‘Lagoon’ jacket, which is a wind-resistant and waterproof jacket featuring the label’s distinct striped lining. The jacket has two zipped pockets, with toggles, a hood featuring the same pulls, a covered zip and adjustable hem and cuffs to keep the cold out.

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We have yet to identify other pieces the Duchess wore, like her scarf, but will add them when we have them.

You can get Meghan’s combat boot style here:

with thanks to @whatmegwore (Boot ID), @MeghansFashion, @MadAboutMeghan(earring info), @UFOnomore (coat ID)

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