All The Details On Meghan Markle’s Courtside Fashion

The $185 Aritzia dress she wore on Saturday quickly sold out (but is now available for pre-order in other colours).

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(Karwai Tang / WireImage)

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Meghan Markle and Prince Harry stepped out hand-in-hand on Monday at the Invictus Games in Toronto. And while all eyes were on the pair, many were also on what Meghan wore for her very public royal debut.

(Karwai Tang / WireImage)

(Photo, Karwai Tang / WireImage)

The 36-year-old looked calm and cool despite the city’s scorching September heat wave. She paired a classic white button-up from designer and close friend Misha Nonoo with distressed Mother Denim Jeans, red Sarah Flint flats and a Day Tote from Everlane. The Italian leather bag rings in at US$165 and is beloved by stars like Angelina Jolie. Finally, she sheltered her eyes from the sun with tortoiseshell glasses from Finlay and Co.

White shirt designed by Misha Nonoo and distressed jeans such as the ones Meghan Markle wore to Invictus Games on Sept. 25, 2017

The actress paired skinny jeans with a cotton shirt designed by her friend Misha Nonoo.

Earlier this year, New York shoe designer Sarah told Hello! that, like the Duchess of Cambridge, Meghan is proving to be good for business. She added that she is already feeling the “Meghan effect” and that “it’s probably only going to grow. It’s so exciting.”

Meghan Markle wears a maroon aritiza dress with a leather jacket courtside at the Invictus Games in Toronto.

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Monday’s sighting was the Suits star’s second fashionable showing at the Games. At the opening ceremonies on Saturday (Sept. 23), Meghan waved the fashion flag for Canada in a $185 burgundy dress from Aritzia (since sold out, but available for pre-order in other colours) and moto jacket from Montreal label Mackage (also sold out).

Aritzia Wilfred beaune dress Mackage Baya

The Aritzia Beaune dress and Mackage moto jacket worn by Meghan Markle on Saturday are now sold out.

Watch the couple taking in the Invictus Games: