This Isn't Meghan Markle's First White Trench Dress, but It's the Most Special 1 She'll Ever Own
After giving birth to a baby boy on May 6, 2019, Meghan Markle was soon ready to make her first appearance alongside her new family. Meghan and Harry posted for photos at Windsor Castle, where they introduced their son to the world. Meghan opted for something comfortable and classic, a staple in her wardrobe: the white trench dress. Meghan owns a few neutral versions of the silhouette, including one blush version by House of Nonie, along with her long-sleeved number from Line the Label, which she wore for her engagement portraits.
Aha! So it seems Meghan just might have a go-to piece for momentous occasions such as this one. We don't blame her for sticking with what works. This time, she enlisted British designer Grace Wales Bonner to craft her look, an artist who recently collaborated with Dior on the brand's Cruise 2020 collection. The double-breasted design features marble buttons, pockets, and a tie waist, and Meghan finished the ensemble with Manolo Blahnik pumps and a Jennifer Meyer necklace with three turquoise stones — a subtle reference to the number of loved ones in her growing family, perhaps? Read on for an all-angles view of Meghan's special outfit, then shop inspired trench dresses.