Now is the time to celebrate the arrival of spring. Warmer weather means strappy sandals, breezy blazers and casual day dresses can’t be far behind. Here we present you with a spring lookbook from Walmart that will help you dress like a duchess without a posh price tag.
Here are 12 Walmart Outfits to Help You Dress like Duchess Meghan Markle:
This stylish shirtdress with a cute cap sleeve would help Meghan be crowned most casual chic.
The Frogmore fashionista would live for this button accented dress and would likely add a pair of Birks earrings for a little bling.
A shoe in! Meghan would adore these pointed toe pumps with a cute criss-cross design.
Since these stunning stilettos look exactly like Meghan’s Aquazzura Matilde heels–we’re betting she’d be purchasing these pretty pumps.
Meghan hardly leaves her house without a sleek blazer for wearing over skinny jeans with heels or midi dresses. Surely, she would want this striped number in her cottage closet.
This bag is like a style shoutout to Meghan’s purse collection. It ticks all the right boxes and could end up dangling from the arms of a duchess.
The duchess could wear this flirty summer dress to watch her prince play polo or host the Clooneys for afternoon tea. She’d likely finish the look with Sarah Flint gladiator sandals.
Pale pink. Check. Off-the-shoulder. Check. Modest but modern. Check. Meghan would have a love affair with this pretty pale pink dress.
Harry’s beloved just wore a vertical striped boatneck sweater in Morocco so undoubtedly she would fall hard for this cozy cotton blend top.
10. Plaid Blazer
The duchess would have this cool girl blazer on repeat in her royal rolodex of fashion favorites and would likely pair it with a sleek bodysuit and skinny jeans.
How could the Sussex mama resist this versatile wrap coat? She would likely want it ASAP to contend with British rain storms and cooler temperatures.
We could picture Meghan making another sizzling style statement in a one shoulder gown like her black Givenchy dress. This sleek Rachel Roy dress would fit the bill.