The report analysed search data to discover the number of searches Meghan Markle receives for her fashion looks, compared to other celebrities and royals. It found Kate Middleton beat the Duchess of Sussex as the most influential. Meghan’s incredible fashion moments are a combination of designer and high street brands.
Be it in person or virtual events, the Duchess of Sussex received a massive 8,100 searches for her style.
Kate Middleton received a whopping 18,860 searches for her style steals.
Although Meghan lost out to Kate Middleton for the top spot, Meghan still comes in third as one of the most influential celebrities in fashion.
Meghan’s casual looks also get a huge interest, for example, her simple white shirt and jeans look at the Invictus Games in Toronto in 2017 were so simple yet so stunning.
Her Jason Wu blue wrap dress at the Royal Foundation Forum in 2018 was also very popular.
Meghan wore it to promote the Heads Together Campaign with her fiancé Prince Harry, her future brother-in-law Prince William, and Kate Middleton.
The Duchess of Sussex married Prince Harry at St. George’s Chapel wearing a beautiful white silk-cady gown, created by Clare Waight Keller for Givenchy.
The dress featured a bateau neckline, which would later become Meghan’s signature style.
She paired the dress with Queen Mary’s diamond bandeau tiara and a 16-foot veil featuring intricately hand-embroidered flowers, each representing a Commonwealth country.
Meghan’s debut at the Trooping the Colour ceremony was also one of her iconic and memorable looks.
She looked great in a pretty blush off-the-shoulder dress, designed by Caroline Herrera.
She also wore a matching Philip Treacy hat and a clutch, looking radiant in the ensemble.
Meghan’s surprise appearance at the 2018 Fashion Awards to present the British Designer of the Year Womenswear Award to Clare Waight Keller for Givenchy, who designed her wedding dress, was one of her major fashion moments.
She chose a one-shoulder Givenchy maxi dress to flaunt her baby bump, looking brilliant with a sleek bun and gold accessories.
When Meghan introduced her baby, Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor, she donned a white, sleeveless trench dress by designer Grace Wales Bonner.
She glowed in the chic ensemble, with suede pumps and wavy hair while posing with Prince Harry.
The Duchess of Sussex wore a special dress for her highly anticipated interview with Oprah Winfrey.
Meghan opted for a black silk dress from Giorgio Armani, featuring a deep neckline, matching belt and an embroidered lotus flower on the bodice.
Fashion experts suggest the lotus flowers symbolised self-regeneration and rebirth, which is why Meghan chose to wear it.
Meghan turned heads when she attended a performance of Lin-Manuel Miranda’s ‘Hamilton’.
The Duchess wore a short Judith & Charles tuxedo mini dress, paired with a gold clutch and simple black pumps.
Her dress was quite revolutionary, with some considering it too risqué for a royal ensemble.