Outfit One: Green Givenchy Blouse And Skirt
After arriving at Dublin Airport, Meghan opted for a green Givenchy ensemble. The Duchess also wore Givenchy on her wedding day and for her debut solo event with the Queen.
The emerald green look consisted of a pencil skirt (available for $2,154) and a bespoke top which Markle paired with Paul Andrew pumps ($847) and a tan Strathberry tote ($831).
Outfit Two: Black Belted Emilia Wickstead Dress
For the British embassy's summer party, Meghan stepped out in a black belted sleeveless dress by British designer Emilia Wickstead (reportedly worth $2641). She paired the dress with Aquazzura's Deneuve Black Bow Pointy Toe Pump ($750), a black Givenchy clutch ($2,696) and diamond drop earrings ($4,707).
Outfit Three: Grey Rouland Mouret Shift Dress
For her meeting with Ireland’s president, Michael Higgins and his wife Sabina, the Duchess wore a grey boatneck dress with an asymmetrical draped skirt by French designer Roland Mouret ($2,683). She accessorised the outfit with Birks Snowflake Snowstorm earrings ($16,255), Paul Andrew heels ($1,148) and a Fendi Peekaboo Essentials bag ($8,805).
Outfit Four: Black Givenchy Pantsuit
For her final look (so far) - and one of our personal favourites - Meghan stunned in another bespoke Givenchy classic: black pantsuit ($4,472) with a Lavender Hill boat t-shirt ($61) underneath. She paired the look with a Givenchy belt ($507), a Givenchy bag ($3,319), and Sarah Flint heels ($481).
This article originally appeared on Marie Claire.