July 07, 2018

Meghan Markle looks dazzling in bright yellow Brandon Maxwell sheath dress at Royal event

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Meghan Markle made one of her boldest fashion statements since she took on the royal responsibilities.

The Duchess of Sussex chose to wear a bright yellow body-fitting dress on Thursday's event celebrating young leadership from the Commonwealth in London.

It was the first time Markle donned clothing with a yellow hue. It was also Markle's first attempt wearing a sleeveless dress at an official royal event. 

The form-fitting dress designed especially for Markle showed off her impeccable figure and also featured a subtly revealing slit at the back. Markle complimented her dazzling dress with minimal jewelry and nude pumps.

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The dress was designed by American designer Brandon Maxwell. The brand shared a picture of Markle wearing their yellow dress and expressed their pride via social media.

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Although going sleeveless on a royal occasion was a new experience for Markle, the bateau neck was coherent with her usual style. Markle wore the same style on her wedding day along with her custom Givenchy gown. 

She first wore the style during her first ever royal balcony appearance at the Buckingham Palace when she donned a pink Carolina Herrera design for the Trooping of the Colour event.

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Markle joined Prince Harry as they couple attended the reception in London that celebrated young people from various countries of the Commonwealth; including Australia, New Zealand, Tonga, and Fiji.

The pair will be visiting the aforementioned countries this fall.

Fans who liked Meghan's appearance at her recent royal event had the opportunity to own the look. The Sleeveless Boat-Neck Double-Face Crepe Sheath Midi Dress was on sale at half price.

As of now, the dress is sold out as many followers of the royal family rushed in to purchase the look of the Duchess of Sussex.

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