July 19, 2018

The Sun: Meghan Markle sticks to her sexy style of dress – and the Queen approves

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The 36-year-old Duchess of Sussex is still adapting to life as a member of the British Royal Family and with that comes the challenges of changing her wardrobe. 

When she exchanged vows with Prince Harry back in May, Meghan wore a white Givenchy dress with a boat neckline or a bateau neckline, and it is becoming her favorite style. 

As reported by The Sun, Meghan has the Queen's approval to wear the slightly revealing style. Learn more on our Twitter, @amomama_usa. 

Meghan's dresses have thus far been modest and some stylists have even said that Royal life placed a damper on her colorful and sexy pre-Duchess fashion choices. 

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Her dress choice today is a far cry from the tuxedo-style mini metallic dress with plunging neckline she wore to the CFDA Vogue Fashion fund three years ago.

That said, Meghan has found a middle ground with the boatneck dress, and Lucas Armitage told Daily Mail that it is Meghan's way of 'respecting royal tradition but wanting to appear slightly uncovered and still a little sexy.' 

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Meghan wore a grey Roland Mouret boat neckline dress during her recent trip to Ireland and donned a black dress with the same neckline to the RAF centenary service earlier this month

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She also relied on an olive-colored Ralph Lauren dress for Prince Louis' christening and wore a bright yellow shift dress to the Your Commonwealth Youth Challenge Reception. 

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Meghan also made headlines with her pale pink Prada dress when she attended the Young Leaders Awards Ceremony with Prince Harry and the Queen. 

NY Post pointed out that her demure color palette is a sign of respect towards the ruling Sovereign, who always wears bright colors to stand out from a crowd. 

British designer Caroline Castigliano told the outlet: “This neutral palette she’s been sticking to is really a measure of respect,” and added that it is precisely what Meghan needs "to fit in with the family." 

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