On the final days of the Invictus Games Düsseldorf, the Duchess of Sussex was spotted carrying a Celine Folco Cuir Triomphe bag while watching athletes compete. The bag in smooth tan calfskin can be worn as a crossbody and features a flap pocket and adjustable strap.

On Day 5 of the Invictus Games, Meghan wore camel and toffee colored separates for a NATO reception. The duchess wore a L’Agence Dani blouse in the color fawn. The slinky button-down blouse is rendered in a lustrous fawn-brown silk charmeuse. Meghan also wore her Gabriela Hearst Vargas wide-leg silk trousers with her Manolo Blahnik BB pumps in luggage suede. She finished the look with Miu Miu Ariste sunglasses. In addition, the royal donned new Scout Curated Stone Prism earrings in black (pictured in sunstone/gold).

For volleyball, Meghan opted for a Polo Ralph Lauren cable knit cotton sweater vest in white. She paired the sleeveless top with Frame Le Skinny de Jeanne crop ankle jeans also in white. In her hands she carried a striped La Ligne Mini Featherweight Roll Neck sweater. She finished the look with Aquazzura Love Affair flats in black suede. For accessories, the duchess wore her Shiffon 1972 Tennis pinky ring.

Duchess Meghan was also spotted out having dinner at a brewery with friends for husband Prince Harry’s 39th birthday. She wore a new Doen Hava red top in monaco stripe (the Imani top from the brand is similar in design) paired with her Frame Jeanne ankle crop jeans. She also sported new bow adorned Manolo Blahnik Ballerimu flat mules in taupe suede.

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The duchess was spotted carrying a new Cuyana Paloma sculptural bag made of Italian leather inspired by the movement of doves. The new release from one of her favorite brands — works as the perfect travel carry-on or shoulder bag. Meghan was seen toting the stylish handbag in the shade cappuccino.

On Day 6 of the competition, the duchess attended a cycling event and handed out medals. She wore a Celine classic ivory 2-button blazer (past season), a Zara belted short romper jumpsuit and new YSL tribute sandals in black. The Nu Pieds slide sandals have interlocking straps which create a circular medallion. She also wore new Bottega Chain Hoop earrings and a Brilliant Earth Leo diamond pendant necklace featuring a lion embossed disc. For a handbag, Meghan carried a new Cesta collective olive grove crossbody bag handwoven of locally sourced materials with a drawstring closure. She completed the chic sports spectator ensemble with Krewe Gravier sunglasses.

Later in the day, the duchess stepped out in a formfitting Toteme slate gray dress in a wool blend. The curve accentuating midi dress has a sophisticated high-neck silhouette and a modern midi length. She wore the sleek dress with Dior Essence pumps in black.

For a volleyball match, Meghan wore a new Carolina Herrera two tone shirtdress featuring blue colorblock panels. She paired the dress with Pippa Small Kyanite earrings and her Ariel Gordon Imperial Disc Pendant Necklace.

For the final day of the Games, Meghan stepped out in flowy and functional pieces by sustainable retailer Cuyana. The duchess wore a Cuyana silk classic trench in the color sand. The chic layering piece has a light and luxurious feel and is perfect for a mid-weight coat for traveling. Meghan removed the trench’s silk belt. She paired the neutral coat with Cuyana silk paperbag pants — the roomy cropped Crêpe de Chine silk pants have a length ideal for warm weather workwear. She finished the look with her Aquazzura Purist 105 pumps in beige.

The final outfit Meghan wore for the Invictus Closing Ceremony was a new strapless teal column gown by Cult Gaia called the Raylene. The modern cocktail dress in the shade seamoss felt fun and fresh with the floral openwork creating a lace effect. Lazercut cutouts also added a touch of complexity to the textured dress. For accessories, Meghan kept it simple with mini hoops and her gold Cartier bracelet. For beauty, the duchess kept her makeup soft and her hair was styled in a low chignon bun so as not to compete with the neckline of the strapless gown. The mom of two looked elegant and enchanting. She finished her Invictus lookbook on a high note!

And in good news for royal fashion fans, Meghan’s JCrew Giselle V-Neck Sweater in ivory with black piping is now available for pre-order. The cozy contrast trim cardigan has roomy pockets, polished gold buttons and contrast tipping in black. The varsity style sweater would work well with dark jeggings and pointed toe flats, paperbag high waisted shorts and slide sandals or even a jean skirt with black booties.

The Duchess of Sussex’s J.Crew Cashmere Crewneck shell is also available in most sizes and works wonderfully as a sweater vest and layering piece for fall ensembles. Meghan wore the black 100% cashmere top with her black ‘Le Color’ film noir black skinny jeans from Frame.