Meghan Markle wore a new sleeveless tuxedo dress, and the style is becoming a staple in her royal wardrobe

Mark Metcalfe/Getty ImagesMeghan Markle wore another chic tuxedo dress.
  • Meghan Markle wore a sleeveless tuxedo dress for the closing ceremony of the Invictus Games on Saturday.
  • Menswear-inspired pieces are becoming a staple in her wardrobe.
  • She’s previously worn a tuxedo minidress and several sleek pantsuits when she wants to switch up her style.

Meghan Markle’s royal style continues to evolve, and she’s starting to find some unique design elements that are becoming staples in her wardrobe.

The duchess often turns to menswear-inspired pieces when she wants to switch it up, and she did just that for the closing ceremony of the Invictus Games in Sydney on Saturday.

Meghan Markle invictus gamesMark Metcalfe/Getty ImagesTuxedo dresses are becoming a staple for the duchess.

Markle wore a custom green sleeveless tuxedo dress by Antonio Berardi , which she paired with some light pink suede pumps byAquazzura.

Meghan Markle invictus games tuxedo dressMark Metcalfe/Getty ImagesShe paired the dress with some suede pumps.

The duchess has a penchant for tuxedo-style ensembles, as she proved in this minidress by Judith & Charles in August.

Meghan Markle tuxedo dressWPA Pool/Getty ImagesMarkle wore a similar dress to a performance of ‘Hamilton.’

Markle has also donned a few sleek pantsuits in the past, such as this one by Givenchy in July.

Meghan Markle pantsuitChris Jackson/Getty ImagesShe wore a Givenchy pantsuit in Ireland.

Rumours previously swirled that Prince Harry wasn’t a fan of the menswear-inspired looks. Whether that rumour is true or not, it’s definitely evident that Markle isn’t afraid to carve out her own unique sense of royal style.

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