Autumn is officially upon us and we're taking major style cues from The Duchess of Sussex. From belted coats to leather skirts, cosy knits to tuxedo dresses, Meghan knows a thing or two about dressing for the colder seasons. We've rounded up a number of her best autumn and winter outfits over the years, as well as plenty of stylish dupes from our favourite brands, including ASOS, Mango and Marks & Spencer, so you can replicate the Duchess' looks for less.
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The Duchess recently made a surprise appearance on America's Got Talent, teaming a silk shirt from Victoria Beckham with leather-look trousers and gold jewellery. Priced at £36, ASOS is selling this tan utility shirt from Vero Moda, and it's perfect for autumn. Tuck it into high waisted mom jeans or take a leaf out of Meghan's book and style up with leather-look trousers or leggings.
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Vero Moda shirt, £36, ASOS
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Meghan loves a silk shirt and she donned another gorgeous blouse from Victoria Beckham's collection to mark her TIME 100 TV appearance alongside Prince Harry. Looking as lovely as ever in her desk-to-daywear ensemble, the royal completed her outfit with black cropped trousers – and Mango has some incredible dupes.
Brown shirt, £35.99, Mango
Crop skinny trousers, £19.99, Mango
There’s nothing more timeless than a trench coat! Meghan loves the classic design, and she wore it back in 2018 while touring New Zealand alongside Prince Harry. Cradling her growing baby bump, she decided upon a beige Burberry trench coat teamed with a fitted cream Brandon Maxwell midi dress. Polishing off her elegant ensemble with nude Stuart Weitzman Legend pumps, Meghan certainly proved herself a royal fashion icon.
You can copy her style for just £99 thanks to celebrity favourite, Sosandar. The brand is selling this versatile trench in two different colours – beige and taupe.
Taupe trench coat, £99, Sosandar
Back in 2019, Meghan headed to a royal engagement wearing an all-burgundy outfit. Giving off major 60s vibes in her BOSS skirt and V-neck knit, the royal delivered a masterclass in colour blocking.
Burgundy jumper, £41.30, Karen Millen
Burgundy leather skirt, £139, Sosandar
Dress like a duchess with a little help from eBay's Brand Outlet. Back in 2019, Meghan donned this khaki utility dress from Banana Republic and Dorothy Perkins have the perfect dupe for £13.99!
Dorothy Perkins beige dress, £13.99, eBay Brand Outlet
Meghan loves a tuxedo dress for autumn, and we've a stylish alternative from Phase Eight.
Tuxedo dress, £44.50, Phase Eight
Back in 2018, Meghan visited the Hubb Community Kitchen, deciding on a burgundy Club Monaco collared dress and a matching coat, as well as chic pair of Givenchy ankle boots. Boasting an unusual curved cut out design, we instantly fell in love with Meghan's shoes, and now Carvela is selling a similar pair!
Carvela ankle boots, £139, Selfridges
Meghan headed to Nottingham Academy alongside Prince Harry in 2017, tucking a black turtleneck jumper into a khaki skirt.
Black turtleneck, £8.99, New Look
Effortlessly elegant, Meghan wowed royal fans when she stepped out in a sheer skirt and matching blue blouse from Givenchy. Recreate her look with a little help from Marks & Spencer and Reiss.
Royal blue jumper, £12, Roman
Pleated skirt, £165, Reiss
While pregnant with Archie, the Duchess made sure to wrap up warm in a cherry red coat, and John Lewis is selling a near-identical version in the sale!
Hobbs coat, £199, John Lewis
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