The Duchess of Sussex regularly gives us a masterclass in dressing in the most fashion forward clothing. And one of the hallmarks of her superior style is her skirt collection. Far from boring and basic, this mom of one loves to wow in pleated midi styles, illusion numbers and slinky satin. And while most of Meghan’s wardrobe wares are quick to sell out–we’ve rounded up a few styles that aren’t gone for good.

Here a look at All Meghan Markle’s Favorite Skirts that are Still Available:

J.Crew Striped Sweater Flare Midi Skirt

Appearing perfectly polished and poised, the Duchess of Sussex stepped out in this midi length ivory skirt with elongating black textured stripes by J.Crew for a “Women in Public Service” breakfast meeting. The new mom also wore a Misha Nonoo black boyfriend 2.0 tank to perfectly coordinate with her stripey ensemble.

 

Misha Nonoo Prose Skirt

In one of her final royal engagements with Prince Harry to meet with military families, the Duchess of Sussex opted for a professional look including a a classic black pencil skirt from Misha Nonoo. The below the knee skirt is a perfect workwear staple and pairs beautifully with blouses and button down shirts.

 

Misha Nonoo Saturday Skirt

At the launch of her very successful and highly rated book Together: Our Community Cookbook, the duchess showed why she’s a style icon with a cobalt coat and black pleated midi skirt which felt uber-chic and on trend. Meghan’s peaked lapel coat was fresh in a bright bold blue color and her perfectly tousled hair was also a major win.

 

Hugo Boss Selrita Lambskin Leather Pencil Skirt

In one of her most iconic style moments as a royal, Meghan stepped out in this sleek and sexy pencil skirt by BOSS Womenswear. The duchess opted for the ‘Selrita’ which is crafted in luxurious lambskin leather and features an extra-soft feel with precise paneling. And the former actress was so enamored with her Rachel Zane throwback that she stepped out in another BOSS ruby ‘Selrita’ pencil skirt for a gender equality discussion in October of last year.



 

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