Giving us major fashion inspiration, Meghan Markle stepped out for International Women's Day last week in a cream-coloured jacket while visiting a school in Dagenham - and we're still not over it. Revealing that her fringed bouclé jacket was from luxury designer, ME+EM, fans of the fashionable royal will no doubt be delighted to know that Marks & Spencer are now selling the most incredible dupe of the Duchess' sellout jacket.
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Meghan made a surprise visit to a school in Dagenham wearing this cream bouclé jacket
White Tweed Blazer, £89, Marks & Spencer
Retailing at just £89, this ultra-chic and ultra-affordable tweed blazer bears an almost identical resemblance to Meghan's. Featuring a longline silhouette, gold statement buttons and a raw edge at the hem and neck, the stylish alternative from M&S channels military vibes with a streamlined and flattering fit. Making for the ultimate wardrobe essential, you can build the perfect desk-to-daywear ensemble by pairing your new jacket with a pencil skirt and nude heels. In search of laid-back weekend-wear? Coordinate with a white tee, blue jeans and trainers - perfection. Selling out fast, this high street alternative is still available in multiple sizes but our advice is to act fast and buy quick - we have a feeling this incredible dupe won't be around for long.
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Meghan has been making headlines with her latest outfits
Revered for her royal fashion sense, just last week Meghan returned to the UK alongside her doting husband, Prince Harry, modelling a stunning blue dress from Victoria Beckham's collection. Dressed to impress, all eyes were on Meghan as she headed into the annual Endeavour Fund Awards. Accessorising her figure-hugging midi-dress with Manolo Blahnik BB heels and a navy clutch bag, the Duchess certainly made a stylish entrance upon her return from Canada. Completing her final royal engagement on Monday, the Duchess also wowed in an emerald Emilia Wickstead dress while attending a special service to celebrate Commonwealth Day. Expertly coordinating her caped dress with a green William Chambers hat and her trademark nude heels from Aquazzura, Meghan's most recent outfits have certainly proved that when it comes to style, she reigns supreme.
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