Meghan Markle Wears a Dior Boat Neck Dress to the Centenary of the RAF

Every time Meghan Markle steps outside her outfit game reaches another level. Her latest look, of course, was no different.

On July 10, the Duchess was seen at Westminster Abbey, attending a service that celebrated the 100th year of the Royal Air Force. Walking between her husband, Prince Harry, and her brother-in-law, Prince William, Meghan chose a long-sleeved black dress that nipped in at the waist with a thin belt and flared out below, coming to settle its hem right below her knees. She was the picture-perfect royal, opting for a retro 1950s style dress. While it’s rare we see Meghan in black, it was the perfect sleek choice for this particular event.

The silhouette of her look was not only in keeping with her now staple boat-neck, but it also looked nearly identical to the style of her wedding ceremony gown. While her wedding look was designed by Clare Waight Keller for Givenchy, this newest addition to her stylish arsenal has been created by Dior. To add a little color to the dark silhouette (and remind us that it is, indeed, summer!), Meghan slipped into a pair of pale pink pointed-toe pumps. In her right hand was a black box clutch and she wore a subtle fascinator on her head.

With this outfit, it seems like Meghan is developing somewhat of a pattern. And TBH we stan a fashion icon and their uniform!

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