From the bride's stunning Peter Pilotto gown, to Cara Delevingne's dapper suit and top hat, the fashion at Princess Eugenie's wedding to Jack Brooksbank was full of sartorial talking points. And while Meghan, Duchess of Sussex went a more traditional route in a navy Givenchy coat and matching Manolo Blahnik heels, it was the 37-year-old's Pippa Small jewellery that caught our eye.
Wearing organic rings, studs and a matching bracelet by the designer, the Duchess layered the bold yellow-gold and diamond rings across multiple fingers to bring fresh fashion appeal to her ladylike look.
This isn't the first time Markle has used jewellery to add cool factor to the traditionally polished outfits members of the royal family are expected to wear. Earlier this month, the Duchess stepped out in an elegant forest green shirt and skirt, which she accented with a signet ring and stack of dainty chain bracelets, all by British label Missoma.
The effect may be subtle, but there's no denying that Markle's modern choice of jewellery projects personality that feels entirely her own. And while most of us will never have to adhere to strict royal dress codes, the Duchess' clever styling trick is perfect for imbuing conservative office ensembles with a little extra sass.