Meghan Markle wore a $595 leather skirt with a $99 blouse for her first official visit to Sussex — and her outfit suggests she's still pushing royal boundaries

WPA Pool/Getty ImagesMeghan Markle gave her leather skirt a royal twist.
  • Meghan Markle continued to put her own twist on royal fashion while visiting Sussex on Wednesday.
  • The duchess paired a $US595 Hugo Boss leather skirt with a $US99 blouse by & Other Stories and a cream coat by Armani.
  • She also recreated the sleek updo she wore for her wedding reception.

From sleek pantsuits to tuxedo dresses, Meghan Markle has put her own spin on royal fashion several times in the four months since becoming the Duchess of Sussex.

When the duchess made her first official visit to her namesake county of Sussex with Prince Harry on Wednesday, she put a royal twist on a leather pencil skirt.

Meghan Markle green leather skirt sussexWPA Pool/Getty ImagesMarkle and Prince Harry on their first official visit to Sussex.

She paired the green $US595 Hugo Boss skirt with a tucked-in $US99 dark-green silk blouse from & Other Stories.

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry sussex visitChris Jackson/Getty ImagesShe wore a cream Armani coat at the start of the day.

She completed the look with suede $US553 beige pumps that What Meghan Wore reported are from Gianvito Rossi. She also wore an Armani cashmere coat that is already sold out; The Sun reported that it retailed for £1,699 (roughly $2,200 USD). Prince Harry was at her side in a grey suit, white button-up shirt, and brown shoes.

Markle recreated her wedding reception hairstyle, wearing her hair in an elegant updo with two strands framing her face.

Meghan Markle Sussex visitDan Kitwood/Getty ImagesShe brought back her wedding reception hairstyle.

Whether she’s experimenting with denim dresses or rocking a leather skirt, the Duchess of Sussex continues to use her own sense of style to subtly update traditional royal fashion.

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