Meghan Markle wears taupe-gray Roland Mouret dress for Dublin visit

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While some Meghan Markle fans might be desperate for another splash of color like the marigold Brandon Maxwell sheath she wore last week, the duchess has been sporting neutrals and dark, deep tones with her latest looks.

For the second day of her trip to Ireland with Prince Harry — their first foreign tour as a married couple — Meghan chose a clay-hued, midlength dress by London-based designer Roland Mouret. Spoiler: It featured her signature bateau neckline.

Meghan Markle wore Roland Mouret for her Dublin trip. (Photo: Clodagh Kilcoyne – WPA Pool/Getty Images)
Meghan Markle wore Roland Mouret for her Dublin trip. (Photo: Clodagh Kilcoyne – WPA Pool/Getty Images)

Though the dress is similar to the designer’s Ardingly crepe midi dress (on sale for $610), its unique waterfall skirt makes it appear to be a bespoke creation. Meghan paired the look with Paul Andrew heels in black suede, diamond earrings from Birks, and a sleek, center-parted bun. She also carried a large Fendi bag in black leather.

The Duchess of Sussex opted for a neutral palette with her Roland Mouret dress and black Fendi bag. (Photo: Joe Giddens/PA via AP)
The Duchess of Sussex opted for a neutral palette with her Roland Mouret dress and black Fendi bag. (Photo: Joe Giddens/PA via AP)

The look may not last for long, however. Meghan — who wore the dress Wednesday to join Prince Harry for a visit with Irish president Michael Higgins, his wife, Sabina, and their two dogs — had changed her outfit multiple times on Tuesday. She started the day in London in a custom Dior dress, landed in Ireland wearing a green Givenchy number, then slipped into an LBD by Emilia Wickstead for an evening reception.


But fear not: The duchess brought hairstylist George Northwood along for the trip; trust that she packed plenty of designer dresses too.

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