While on her way to a reception with the King and Queen of Tonga, the Duchess was a vision of loveliness in this fabulous white gown designed by Theia. The dress fits her perfectly and features airy capped sleeves and a little bling on the shoulder, which works well with her diamond earrings.
The dress is simple and elegant, and Meghan radiates class with every step. The black heels complete the look, and the flattering clutch makes the entire look just perfect.
A Breathtaking Safiyya
Many speculate what Diana would think of her two daughters-in-law. Most agree that she would highly approve of her sons' choices of partners and fellow royal family members. Kate has often been compared to Diana, but Meghan tends to be the one who is willing to take more fashion risks.
In this photo, Meghan wears a dazzling red column dress by designer Safiyya. The capelet shoulders added a touch of femininity to the bold look. As a bonus, she also matched Harry’s handsome military uniform.
A Royal at the Oscars
Nothing says elegance and classic Hollywood like the adorable Grace Kelly, and in addition to all the other titles this woman has, a royal is for sure one of them. At the 1955 Academy Awards, Kelly wowed with a lime green satin gown from designer Edith Head. She added classic pearls as well as a fashionable updo.
The gown was relatively form-fitting and had an exquisite train in the back. This is one of her most memorable looks. A true royal and a true star.
Queen Letizia of Spain
The Queen of Spain has been ruling fashion trends worldwide ever since her royal wedding to Prince Felipe of Asturias at the Cathedral Santa Maria la Real do la Almudena in Madrid. She is the first Spanish Queen who was born as a commoner and worked her way up the royal ladder.
This dress shows that if you are destined to rule, you don't need much to look like a true queen. The design is not very sophisticated, the color is calm and modest, however, her royal highness has managed to upscale this gown to one we will never forget.
A Slice of Class
Meghan Markle stands out even wearing all black on her first night in New Zealand. On her visit to the Wellington Government House to celebrate 125 years of women’s suffrage, she wore a Gabriela Hearst gown and Stuart Weitzman heels.
The look was both stylish and feminine, with an ankle-length cut and adorable capped sleeves. You can never go wrong with a perfect little black dress.