A Definitive Guide to Meghan Markle’s Awesome Handbag Collection | London Evening Standard


When it comes to our wardrobes, we all have that little soft spot – and royals too.

Kate Middleton prefers a coat dress, the Queen loves a colorful twinset, and bride-to-be Meghan Markle definitely has a penchant for handbags.

And we think it’s fair to say his Kensington closet is going to be filled to the brim with lewd handbags – even if he breaks royal protocol.

It is customary for members of the Royal Family to wear clutch bags exclusively, but Meghan continues to break the royal etiquette, rarely using design, opting instead for shoulder bags, handles and even more crossbody models. casual.

From spotlighting affordable independent brands (the cheapest costing just £ 171) to ambitious luxury brands like Gucci and Prada, here’s your definitive guide to Meghan Markle’s handbag collection:

Prada leather clutch, £ 1,823

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As fate willed it, the smallest bag Meghan has sported is actually the most expensive.

Ghianda leather shoulder bag by Altuzarra, £ 1,160

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Her purse was just as expensive, as she completed the look with a coordinating blue £ 1,160 crossbody bag from Altuzzara.

Zodiac pouch by Naeem Khan, £ 1,067

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For the star-studded Queen’s 92nd birthday concert, Meghan rightly accessorized a zodiac-designed clutch adorned with Swarovski crystals.

The glitzy bag comes from a limited edition collection by Naeem Khan.

Chloe’s leather and suede Pixie bag, £ 1,055

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Breaking tradition, Meghan was the first bride to attend the Christmas Day service at Sandringham with the Royal Family in 2017.

For the special occasion, the 36-year-old wore a beige coat and matching accessories that included a designer Chloe handbag.

J Box pouch by Jimmy Choo, £ 721

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To attend the Anzac Day Service at Westminster Abbey, Meghan wore a dark black ensemble by Emilia Wickstead, a Philip Treacy hat and a simple black clutch by Jimmy Choo.

Mini Classico bag by Roland Mouret, € 695

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To celebrate the upcoming Invictus Games in Sydney, Meghan and Harry attended a reception at the Australian High Commission.

Meghan accessorized her floral Self-Portrait dress with a modern, structured crossbody bag from her designer friend, Roland Mouret.

Mini Dionysus velvet bag by Gucci, € 625

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The recognizable bag became a favorite of the entire fashion scene and definitely showed Meghan’s trendy side.

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Proving her love for the item, she recycled and redesigned the Gucci bag days later for the Dawn Service to commemorate Anzac Day.

Small Darley bag by Mulberry, £ 550

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Opting for one of Kate’s favorites, she completed the look with a small clutch from British label Mulberry.

The mini tote by Strathberry, £ 455

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The brand was one of the first to feel all the wrath of the ‘Meghan effect’, with the bag selling out immediately.

East-West Mini Tote by Strathberry, £ 395

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The Mini Venice by DeMellier London, £ 295

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For her first official visit to Wales, Meghan added a pop of color to her all-black look with another forest green bag, this time from British brand DeMellier. The stylish number costs just £ 295.

Oyster Silk Pouch by Wilbur & Gussie, £ 205

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At Stephen Lawrence’s memorial service, a cover art made a rare appearance.

Meghan chose an elegant pale pink design from London label Wilbur & Gussie, priced at £ 205.

Charlotte Elizabeth’s Bloomsbury bag, £ 175

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The trendy tanned number was created by Charlotte Elizabeth, a British designer supported by The Prince’s Trust, a youth charity founded by the Prince of Wales in 1976.

It’s also one of Meghan’s more affordable accessories, at £ 175.

Avalon zipped crossbody bag by Oroton, £ 171

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And finally, the bag of bargains.

Meghan wore a monochrome striped dress and coordinating bag to the Commonwealth Youth Forum in April.

Shedding light once again on an independent designer, Meghan chose to accessorize herself with a minimalist striped bag from Australian designer Oroton. The Perfect Summer Bag was Meghan’s most affordable to date, priced at £ 171.


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