While the Duchess of Cambridge is often spotted in floral prints and patterns as a style shoutout to her love of all things horticulture–the Duchess of Sussex is more inclined to select solid color styles and especially loves a good stripe print. Still, both these women often find themselves in a classic chevron pattern play when they want to exude a bit fo fun without fuss.

Here are Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle’s Best Chevron Style Moments:

Teal Appeal

The Duchess of Cambridge wore a zig zag teal and green blouse for a stop in Birmingham where she showed off a lust for all things 70s with wide-legged pants and a groovy pussybow blouse from Tabitha Webb. Similar HERE

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Fresh as a Daisy

At a Marc Jacobs pop up event in New York City in 2014, the future senior royal wore a cozy Karen Walker green sweater with a pair of liquid leggings from BCBG and finished the statement ‘It Girl’ look with a chic black Lanvin Triology clutch and come-hither Manolo Blahnik heels.


Zig Zag Zoom

The future Queen consort brought the charm and chevron to a virtual visit with hospital parents in a baby blue and white jumper from Tabitha Webb. The ‘Jessie’ style was a royally smart style move for a digital drop-in on new mums and dads. Similar HERE


Scene Stealer

The Duchess dropped in at the National Theatre in a posh pencil skirt in a puckered stretch twill by Roland Mouret. The feminine and formfitting ivory Moka skirt (also in black) was a perfect match with her budget-minded organza Topshop blouse. Meghan also carried a Loewe postal bag to add extra style panache to the glam getup.


First Lady Fashion

From commoner to Cambridge, the duchess has taken to her royal life with aplomb and never more is it apparent than when she’s outfitted to attend a serious service or memorial event. Looking flawless in France, the mom of three appeared to be channeling first lady Jacqueline Kennedy in a pillbox hat and gray and black chevron Missoni coat. Shop similar HERE