Every woman on the planet at some point wishes she was Meghan Markle: beautiful, smart, royal and charismatic are just some of the adjectives that come up when we think about her. And fashion-wise, she’s always riding the latest trend’s wave, which adds to her already multifaceted persona a sort of high-end, classy influencer trait. If you thought her pregnancy wouldn’t let her flaunt amazing outfits, you were definitely wrong. Here’s our pick of her best pregnancy looks – they’ll leave you absolutely speechless!
Cerulean Long Dress
Rumor has it that the baby-blue color of this magnificent dress is revealing of the baby’s gender. Whether this is true or not, we can’t tell, but we can surely tell that this cerulean long dress designed by Safiyaa is mesmerizing. Loose down the legs and tight on the bust, the caped dress chose by Mrs. Markle made her look like an angelic motherly figure, highlighting her pregnancy and enhancing her silhouette.
Denim Dress & Neutral Accessories
What’s more Polo than denim and wicker handbags? Attending Prince Harry’s Santebale Polo Cup in the U.K., the Duchess of Sussex opted for a casual-chic look, wearing a denim dress by Carolina Herrera together with a small wicker clutch by J. Crew and nude-color pumps by Aquazzurra. Among her best pregnancy looks, this one definitely enters the Top 3: “graceful, but comfortable nonetheless” is the best description for this outfit.
Mini Tuxedo Dress
Last August, at a gala performance of “Hamilton” in London, U.K., Meghan Markle turned heads as she walked next to Prince Harry in a black button-up tuxedo dress. Mid-thigh length and waist-tight, this dress by Judith & Charles sprinkled the mom-to-be with a good amount of grace and a generous dash of power. The business-inspired outfit looks like an empowering statement towards moms, and we absolutely love it – and support it!
Burgundy High-Neck Midi Dress
In line with 2019 trends, Meghan Markle showed to the public that among her best pregnancy looks is that of a high-neck dress – and it’s by Hugo Boss, of course it’s beautiful. Baby bump: check; sinuous shape: high-waist belt and ankle-long, check; original color: burgundy, check. The high-neck is what really makes the difference in this pregnancy look, as it not only adds an original twist to an already fashionable dress, but it also gives it a more elegant, sober and refined appearance – in other words, it’s the hint of “royalty” that we perceive when we look at it.
Navy Blue Blazer & Flared Pants
If there’s something we know about Meghan Markle, it’s that she doesn’t need a dress to be under the limelight of the fashion world. Her navy blazer of extravagant design and black flared pants combo deserves a spot in her best pregnancy looks chart. Worn in occasion of the Coach Core Awards, this outfit confirmed once again the idea that even when pregnant, Meghan Markle’s look is always on-point and appropriately tailored to the situation. Also, no baby bump or high heels can keep her from being herself – she did, in fact, play basketball in heels that day!
White & Green Button-Down Shirtdress
There’s nothing that Meghan Markle can’t count among her pregnancy looks, and the striped button-down shirtdress by Aussie designer Martin Grant is a good example of this. Mrs. Markle seems to be proving that you actually can wear stripes during your pregnancy, regardless of what earlier traditions suggest. The round, wide skirt together with the striped fabric creates a dynamic design and enhance the dress when in movement – and the final result is amazing.
Soft-Knit Viscose H&M Dress
This midi dress from H&M’s maternity line surely falls under the both categories of “Most Affordable Pregnancy Outfits” and “Best Pregnancy Looks”. Meghan Markle flaunted this adorable cream-colored dress in an “all-neutral kind” of outfit, where trench coat and accessories all were in the spectrum of “white & creams”. Skintight, it highlighted her baby bump as well as her silhouette, and she couldn’t look more stunning.
There you go! This was our pick of Meghan Markle’s best pregnancy looks – do you agree with us? Let us know in the comments below – we’d love to hear what you think!