The Duchess of Sussex is a Californian girl through and through; her wonderful laid-back style epitomises the vibe. She often wears classic, slightly oversized styles in white, black and navy and we love her for it!
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At the weekend, Meghan's husband Prince Harry headed to the Santa Barbara Polo and Racquet Club where he took part, and the former Suits star was snapped cheering him on.
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In pictures that appeared in Elle, the mother-of-two wore shorts on two consecutive days, and can you blame her? When the weather is glorious and so are your legs, it would be rude not to.
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In one picture, Meghan can be seen wearing white shorts by Frame, and the White ‘Mika’ Button Down Shirt by Anine Bing, with T-strap sandals. She broke up the look with a terracotta belt and wore her hair in one of her easily recognised styles; the messy bun.
Meghan always supports Prince Harry at the polo
The following day, Meghan decided to go for an all denim look, rocking dark denim shorts and a light denim shirt, with sandals by Gabriela Hearst and her favourite Valentino sunglasses. She wore her hair slicked back in a ponytail.
Gabriela Hearst Steward leather slingback sandals, £630, Net-A-Porter
Beady eye fashion fans also spotted the Duchess sporting her Cartier 'Love' bracelet which she is rarely seen without.
Anine Bing Mika Shirt, £184.00, Revolve
When it comes to jewellery, Meghan often turns to brands such as Cleave and Company, Monica Vinader, Birks, Missoma and more, but she has a particularly special relationship with Cartier.
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On her wedding day, almost all of Meghan's jewels had come from the label. Looking radiant in her Clare Waight Keller for Givenchy wedding dress, she accessorised with a pair of Galanterie diamond earrings by Cartier. Elegant and understated, the design seemed like a tailor-made match for the centre stone of the bride's antique headpiece.
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