Meghan Markle's best looks of 2019

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2019 has been a big year for the Duchess of Sussex, who not only welcomed her first child with Prince Harry in early May, but also completed two international royal tours (including a 10-day one in Africa with a newborn and up to four engagements a day!), guest-edited British Vogue, gave countless speeches on gender equality, launched her own fashion capsule, met a number of high-profile dignitaries and took a firm stand against the media, all with her own style.

And it's clear why the duchess was named the year's most powerful dresser. Her style may not always be in line with royal tradition, but no matter the engagement — no matter if it's a high-end designer or more affordable retailer — the duchess wears her outfits with conviction. 2019 was her year — and we can't wait to see what she wears next.

Scroll through below to see Meghan's best looks of 2019 and where to shop them.

Jan. 14, 2019

The Duchess of Sussex kicked off one of her first engagements of the year with a visit to Merseyside's Birkenhead to meet with local organizations and charities.

The mom-to-be made quite an entrance for the occasion, ditching her go-to navy and black ensembles in favor of a bright purple Artiza Babaton Maxwell Dress ($50, but sold out) which she paired with a bright red Sentaler coat (a shorter version which is on sale for $1,095), Stuart Weitzman "Leigh" pumps (40 percent off right now) and a brown leather bag by designer Gabriela Hearst.

Jan. 16, 2019

To celebrate one of her four new patronages, the Duchess of Sussex paid a visit to Mayhew, an animal-based charity in London.

For the occasion, the duchess opted for a tight, turtleneck maternity dress from budget-friendly H&M (it's on sale for $10!), which she wore underneath a cashmere Armani coat (on sale for $1400). She accessorized the look with the Stella McCartney Falabella Mini Reversible Shaggy Deer Tote Bag ($1145 at Neiman Marcus) and nude heels.

Jan. 16, 2019

Duchess Meghan and Prince Harry stepped out to watch a special performance of the Cirque du Soleil's show "Totem" at the iconic Royal Albert Hall in London as part of Prince Harry's organization Sentebale, which he established in 2006 to raise funds and awareness about the HIV epidemic.

To mark the occasion, the mom-to-be opted for a sparkly navy blue number by designer Roland Mouret (it was on sale for $3357 at Orchard Mile, but is currently out of stock), Stuart Weitzman's "Nudist" heels in Black (on sale for $330 at Zappos) and Givenchy satin clutch, along with a gold bracelet that reportedly once belonged to Princess Diana.

Feb. 12, 2019

On Tuesday, Meghan joined Prince Harry for a production of "The Wider Earth" in support of the Queen's Commonwealth Trust and The Queen's Commonwealth Canopy to raise awareness on forest conservation. The duchess nailed the winter white outfit by cozying up in a turtleneck dress by Calvin Klein and a chic coat by Amanda Wakeley ($1,190). She paired the radiant look with olive green pumps and matching olive clutch, both by Ralph Lauren.

Feb. 25, 2019

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex closed out the last day of their three-day royal tour of Morocco by meeting King Mohammed VI at his home. For the engagement, Meghan wore a floral dress by Wes Gordon for Carolina Herrera (available for $2990 at Net-a-Porter) and Gianvito Rossi pumps ($695 at Forward).

May 8, 2019

To introduce baby Archie to the world, the new mom went with a white trench dress by designer Grace Wales Bonner, a poignant choice for the duchess. Like Meghan, Bonner is of mixed heritage, having been born to a British mother and Jamaican father. Despite her young age, the creative boasts a long list of prestigious industry awards including LVMH awards, acknowledgment from the British Fashion Awards and was a 2019 finalist of the British Fashion Council's Designer Fund.

Meghan paired the look with a necklace from Jennifer Meyer Jewelry and Manolo Blahnik pumps in tan suede ($665 at Saks Fifth Avenue).

June 29, 2019

The duchess took a break from her maternity leave to accompany Prince Harry to first-ever regular-season Major League Baseball game played in Europe between the Boston Red Sox and the New York Yankees. Archie's mom wore a Belted Keyhole Dress by Stella McCartney (we found a maxi alternative by the designer for $1,397) and Aquazzura Deneuve Suede Ballet Flats in black (available for purchase for $695 at Neiman Marcus).

Sept. 7, 2019

Meghan flew to New York to cheer on pal Serena Williams at the 2019 US Open alongside her husband Alexis Ohanian and Anna Wintour. The 38-year-old royal dressed down for the occasion, opting for a denim shirtdress from J.Crew ($118), which is still in stock, plus a gray cardigan from J.Crew ($148) and a matching Carolina Herrera Matryoshka Large Shoulder Bag.

Sept. 23, 2019

Meghan underwent a few outfit changes in Cape Town for a variety of engagements, but we have to say her Veronica Beard dress, one that she first wore on her royal tour of the Pacific, is one of our favorites. While the blue dress is no longer available for purchase, we found the same style in red; it's on sale from The Outnet ($178 but in low stock). She paired the look with $145 wedges from Castañer.

Sept. 24, 2019

For the second day of the Sussexes' 10-day royal tour of Africa, Meghan recycled yet another look from when she was pregnant with baby Archie during her royal tour of the Pacific last fall: A gorgeous green dress by Australian Melbourne-born designer Martin Grant. She's said to have paired the maxi dress with Manolo Blahnik BB Point Toe Pumps ($625 at Nordstrom) and earrings by jewelry designer Nina Bosch.



Sept. 25, 2019

The tour's third day was met with a visit to Cape Town's Woodstock district so Meghan could meet with an "inspiring female entrepreneurs who shared their passion for ideas, technology and making a positive social impact."

For the solo outing, which hones in on the duchess' passion for women's empowerment, Meghan wore the $120 Japanese GoWeave Essential Jumpsuit from Everlane, Manolo Blahnik's iconic "BB" heels and $200 gold earrings from jewelry designer Gas Bijoux.



Oct. 1, 2019

On the ninth day of the royals' South African tour, Meghan visited the Association of Commonwealth Universities, of which she is a patron, for a roundtable discussion.

The duchess, wearing a Double-Breasted Trench Dress from Banana Republic (on sale for $83 right now) and nude Stuart Weitzman heels (select styles from $398 on the designer's website) and minimal jewelry.



Oct. 25, 2019

On Friday, the duchess stepped out to host a roundtable discussion on behalf of One World Summit, an organization Meghan has worked with for five years. The mom of one, who was joined by Harry for the event, looked business chic in the perfect monochromatic look for fall, wearing a simple red v-neck sweater, a Hugo Boss Selrita Leather Pencil Skirt ($595 on Boss' website) and Sarah Flint pumps (available for purchase for $355 here!).