2 Jul 2020
 

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex in matching Wellington Boots

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex continued their tour of New Zealand. Prince Harry gave a speech for The Queen’s Commonwealth Canopy dedication of the Carol Whaley Native Bush, before some fierce ‘Wellie Wanging’. Meghan and Harry were a very cute matching couple in their casual yet very put together ensembles of jeans and gumboots.

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Meghan wore another piece by New Zealand designer Karen Walker. The Duchess wore the ‘Fathom Jacket’ in a very deep navy, retailing for £321.80. The peak lapel blazer combines both a masculine suiting style whilst preserving a femininity with the cropped silhouette. The one button blazer, with front welt pockets and rear vent, is cut in Salvador Suiting which is a subtle check. The short and slim fit navy blazer is incredibly chic and is the key factor to take jeans from a casual outfit to a more dressed up and elegant style. This is an incredible versatile piece and a staple for years to come.

You can still purchase this blazer in limited sizes here. We have found you an almost identical much more affordable blazer to purchase here.

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Karen Walker Fathom Jacket

Meghan wore J Crew ‘9″ high rise toothpick jean in charcoal wash,’ retailing for £127.

These jeans were sold out due to their popularity, but J Crew have re-stocked them and you can purchase them here.

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J Crew 9″ high rise toothpick jean in charcoal wash Duchess

Meghan wore Lavender Hill ‘Black Scoop T-shirt,’ retailing for £34. This is just a simple scoop neck t-shirt with short sleeves and slightly longer length. The t-shirt is made from a cotton modal blended fabric, and is super soft and lightweight. A great basic to add into your wardrobe when you are looking for anything to throw on. This is is one of the most affordable we have seen Meghan wearing this tour. The Duchess has sported this brand earlier in the year on a royal walkabout.

You can purchase this top here.

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Lavender Hill Black Scoop T-Shirt

Meghan and Harry then competed in a Wellington Boot Throwing Competition or ‘Wellie Wanging Contest’ and changed into matching navy waterproof jackets. Meghan a first time competitor threw a red and white polka dot wellington boot and won!

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Meghan wore a black waterproof and weather proof Jacket from the QEII National Trust. This jacket is not available for the public to purchase.

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Meghan and Harry both wore a pair of black Muck Boot Company. Meghan wore the Women’s ‘Reign Tall Equestrian Style Wellington Boots’, retailing for £109.95. Described as Tall Equestrian style wellington boots in black and gunmetal contrast.

These boots have sold out, though you can still view them here.

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Muck Boot Company Reign Tall Equestrian Style Wellington Boots

Megan re-wore her Jessica McCormak ‘Tattoo Diamond Pendant’ (£8,800) that we also believe was gifted to her by the host nation. This swirling Koru Tattoo pattern is inlaid with diamonds varying from tiny at the start of the spiral, to a very large centre stone.

You can purchase the necklace here. You ca also pre-order the necklace from M’oda Operandi here.

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Jessica McCormak Tattoo Diamond Pendant

Meghan again wore her Boh Rugna ‘Disco Logo’ earrings, retailing for £169. Finely engraved feather 9ct yellow gold disc earrings, they are subtle yet beautiful. We love how many times Meghan has re-worn these earrings, especially selected and given to the Duchess during her tour of New Zealand.

You can purchase these earrings here. Try these out as a more affordable option. Purchase here.

Boh Runga Disco Logo Studs

 

Get Meghan’s style here

with thanks to @whatmegwore (t-shirt info, jean info), @MeghansFashion, @MadAboutMeghan

 

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