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Jennifer Garner channels Meghan Markle's pre-wedding look

This design is so flattering

Jessica B

Jennifer Garner looked gorgeous and glowing when she appeared in Hollywood on Sunday to celebrate getting her own star on the prestigious Walk of Fame. The actress sported a sleek long bob which she wore in a dramatic side parting, and wore a gorgeous navy blue Roland Mouret Barwick dress, featuring an asymmetric off-the-shoulder neckline, nipped-in waist and draped midi-length skirt with structured panels. She teamed the gorgeous dress with a pair of black ankle strap heels and minimal silver jewellery. The classic look is beautifully feminine, flattering – and, we have to admit, just a bit familiar.

Jennifer oozed classic glamour in this outfit

After racking our brains as to where we recognised the dress from, the HELLO! team realised it was none other that the same look the Duchess of Sussex stepped out in on the eve of her wedding day. Meghan was spotted in the dress when she arrived at Cliveden House with her mother on 18 May. She also wore it for tea with the Queen, Prince Harry and her mother, and teamed it with grey suede heeled court shoes.

Meghan is obviously a big fan of the Barwick Dress, as she wore another version of the design during a recent tour of Ireland. While meeting with the country's President Michael D. Higgins and his wife at Aras an Uachtarain, the 37-year-old sparkled in a stunning grey hue of the design. It featured the same distinctive skirt, but had long sleeves and a higher bateau-style neckline for a more modest look.

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Roland Mouret is known for creating dresses that flatter the female figure, and Meghan has previously spoken about her close relationship with the French-born designer. She revealed in an interview: "This man in a bathrobe said, 'I love to dress you,'" she said. "I thought 'whaaat?' Then he told me who he was and we’ve been friends ever since."

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