The Duke and Duchess of Sussex arrived at Hervey bay after spending the night at Kingfisher Bay Resort. The duchess seemed ready for a travel day and was in good spirits.

On this occasion, Meghan opted for a new pair of shoes and some old favorites. Meghan wore black jeans believed to be Mother Looker Denim in Not Guilty in black.

SHOP THE JEANS

Meghan added her Adina Reyter Solid Pave Necklace and her Pasclae Monvoisin ‘Cauri’ Necklace.

Meghan layered necklaces for a chic, urban look.

She finished the look with Aquazzura DJ Mules.

SHOP THE SHOES

 

Meghan and Harry arrived in Fiji to embark on the second half of their tour. Meghan made a quick change and went from laidback resort wear to designer chic all while traveling!

Britain’s Prince Harry and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, arrive in Suva, Fiji, on Tuesday, October 23, 2018. Photo: Kirsty Wigglesworth/Pool via REUTERS

Meghan selected an elegant ivory dress from Zimmermann. The luxury Australian fashion brand was founded by sisters Nicky and Simone Zimmermann in 1991. Meghan’s dress was bespoke but the style was likely based off this blouson sleeve midi dress.

SHOP SIMILAR

Meghan wore an ivory hat by Stephen Jones.

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She carried the Kayu Anna Black Straw Clutch.

SHOP THE STYLE

She added her Tabitha Simmons Slingback Pumps.

SHOP THE SHOES

Meghan accessorized with some very sentimental jewelry. Earrings which were gifted from the Queen as well as a diamond tennis bracelet from Prince Charles that Meghan had previously worn on the eve of her wedding as well as to a birthday garden party for the Prince of Wales.

Meghan finished the ensemble with her Catbird Ring.

For the evening state dinner, Meghan went for a Safiyaa London cape dress. The blue gown received raved reviews from fashion critics for the vibrant color and sophisticated silhouette.

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Meghan wore the Safiyaa Blue Gingko Cape Gown. Similar HERE

Meghan also wore Chandelier earrings that were a gift but no information was released regarding their origins.

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