Meghan Markle’s three day NYC wardrobe cost huge sum – including £54k worth of jewellery
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Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have been out and about in America this week photographed at several public appearances and events. The Duchess of Sussex has worn an array of outfits depending on the occasion, all worth a grand total of £61,058.90.
On Tuesday, Meghan appeared in person for The New York Times’ Dealbook summit.
She wore a black short-sleeve cashmere jumper paired with wide black trousers and Giorgio Armani heels.
The top is reminiscent of the Givenchy Milano knit top Meghan has previously worn in blue and green.
Cinching in her waist was a belt by designer Ferragamo which has a price tag of £438 ($595).
On her wrists were multiple bracelets.
On her wedding ring hand, Meghan had chosen to team two bracelets and a watch together.
The watch was the Princess Diana’s Gold Cartier Tank Française Watch which is said to be worth £17,800.
And it sat with a Jennifer Meyer Gold Mini Bezel Tennis Bracelet which is sold for £2,471.40 ($3,000) alongside the Cartier ‘Love’ Yellow Gold Bracelet which has been part of Meghan’s collection for a few years now.
The Cartier bracelet is made from 18K yellow gold and is 6.1mm in width, and comes with a price tag of £5,152 ($6,900).
On the opposite wrist, the Duchess showcased a gold-and-diamond Eye of Protection piece, designed by Mateo Harris of Mate New York.
The hand-painted bracelet, made in New York City, is sold for £1,100 ($1,500).
Its description on the jeweller’s website reads: “Beautifully made in New York city of 14kt gold, diamond and hand-painted with enamel by skilled artisans.
“The Eye of Protection is a classic and essential piece which you will never want to take off.
“Ward off undesired energy with this bracelet and attract good vibes only.”
On Wednesday, Meghan stepped out on Harry’s arm onto the red carpet for the Salute to Freedom Gala, again in New York.
She was pictured wearing a custom-made red satin gown by Wes Gordon for Carolina Herrera.
The scarlet dress featured a racer neck and a deep V at the front, flowing into a full skirt that was offset by a second, more fitted skirt underneath.
The dress does not have a public price tag as it’s for the pre-fall 2022 line.
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Previous dress in Carolina Herrera collections have priced tags upwards of £4,000.
To complete the statement dress, Meghan opted for matching red satin slingback heels with jewelled embellishment by Italian luxury footwear brand Giuseppe Zanotti, costing £696.
As for jewellery, Meghan chose silver, wearing Birks’ Snowflake Snowstorm Diamond Earrings.
The design of the earrings, which is said to be inspired by the icy beauty of Canadian winters, feature 2.15ct diamonds and are crafted in 18kt white gold.
They retail at £9,934 ($13,300).
On her wrist were two bracelets – one diamond and one gold.
In tribute to the mother-in-law she has never met, Meghan dazzled in Princess Diana’s diamond tennis Cartier bracelet, which is priced at £17,700.
The gold bracelet was the same Cartier’s ‘Love’ Yellow Gold Bracelet which she wore on Tuesday.
Yesterday, Meghan and Harry were invited to a Veterans’ Day luncheon in New Jersey.
The Duchess of Sussex wore a black Giorgio Armani faux-wrap dress, which retails at £1,264 ($1,695).
The dress, which is made from a stretch jersey features a “flattering draping and surplice neckline”.
It has an A-line silhouette with long sleeps and features shoulder pads and a seamed waist and is made in Italy, and can be purchased from Saks Fifth Avenue and Neiman Marcus.
On Meghan’s feet were matching Giorgio Armani heels – that she wore on Tuesday in NYC.
The “velvety leather court shoe with Giorgio Armani’s signature asymmetrical top line” retail at £503.50 ($675).
She accessorised the look with a poppy, and again, the same watch and two bracelets as those on Tuesday.
Around her neck, Meghan had chosen a gold pendant, but due to limited photos, the brand or design details cannot be identified.
Totalling all the items Meghan has worn over three days – including a speculated £4,000 price tag cost for the custom-made red dress – she has worn a grand total of £61,058.90.
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