The Duchess of Sussex stepped out with her husband, Prince Harry, to visit the Nelson Mandela Centenary Exhibition in London on Tuesday. For the occasion, the 36-year-old royal sported a chic, pale pink trench dress by Canadian label House of Nonie. The sleeveless frock was detailed with double-breasted buttons and a simple tie-waist belt.
"Seeing Meghan Markle wear the NONIE Trench Dress today with such elegance and grace is beyond exciting!" Kharey told People magazine. "Her continuous support of Canadian brands is remarkable, and it is a true honour to be the first Canadian based ready-to-wear designer she has worn since her wedding earlier this year."
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Markle loves a good modern trench, as evidenced by the olive-green Aritzia trench coat she wore in April and the Margaux trench coat from Toronto-based brand Line the Label she wore last fall.
Both pieces sold out in a matter of days, so we won't be surprised if the duchess' latest number manages to sell out quickly, too.
The Nonie dress, which retails at $1,085, is from the brand's spring/summer 2018 collection and was bought by Markle when she was living in Toronto last year, People reports. So if you were wondering why Markle's latest outfit suited her style to a tee, it's because it's from her own personal wardrobe!
At the Nelson Mandela Centenary Exhibition, the Duchess of Sussex and her husband met with Mandela's granddaughter, Zamaswazi Dlamini-Mandela, as well as anti-apartheid activists before taking a tour of the exhibit.
Markle's latest appearance follows a very busy week of royal engagements, where she stunned in a variety of designer outfits.
Among her most standout looks include a green Ralph Lauren dress worn to Prince Louis' christening, a boatneck Dior dress worn to the Royal Air Force centenary celebrations, a black Givenchy trouser suit worn on her two-day tour of Ireland, and a blue-and-white Ralph Lauren button-down shirt worn with cream wide-leg trousers to Wimbledon.
We can't wait to see which Canadian designer Markle will wear next!