Treat yourself to a royally-inspired new bag, without the crown jewels price.
You can’t deny that Meghan Markle has impeccable taste, whether she’s at an official royal appearance, on date night with Harry, or even just running errands. We especially love all the handbags she’s been carrying at her royal appearances. Some of her recent choices have designer prices, and while we’re all about choosing investment pieces you’ll wear over and over again, we decided to do the detective work and find some lookalikes on the more affordable side. Take a look at a few of our picks below.
Meghan made her first official royal engagement, she carried a sensible (and chic!) burgundy tote from Scottish brand Strathberry ($675; saksfifthavenue.com). This handbag from Kate Spade is on sale right now and will leave you looking polished when you’re heading to the office.
To buy: $89; katespade.com.
Everyone needs a go-to tote bag that she can bring to the office, weekend brunch, and on trips. Meghan’s famous Everlane tote that she brought to Toronto’s Invictus Games can be preordered and will ship on June 15th.
To buy: The Day Market Tote, $165; everlane.com.
For her first official appearance with Queen Elizabeth II at Westminster Abbey, Meghan brought along Mulberry’s Darley clutch ($850; mulberry.com). While $850 is a pretty steep price tag, this compact bag from & Other Stories is still chic (just tuck the strap inside).
To buy: Gold-Tone Chain Small Leather Bag, $145; stories.com.
Blue Saddle Bag
Meghan carried a navy blue Altuzarra Ghianda Saddle Bag ($1,595; barneys.com) to match her navy J.Crew coat during a visit to Birmingham on International Women’s Day. If you’re scared of the hefty price tag, this one from Nordstrom is under $60.
To buy: Sole Society Faux Leather Crossbody Bag, $57; nordstrom.com.
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