Meghan Markle Wore a Gorgeous, Off-the-Shoulder Self-Portrait Dress to an Invictus Games Reception

Markle chose a bright green dress from British label Self-Portrait for an Invictus Games reception she attended with Prince Harry

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Today, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry attended a reception for the Invictus Games in London. For the occasion, Meghan wore a gorgeous, slightly off-the-shoulder Self-Portrait dress in a bright, very springy green.

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I recognized the dress immediately because I've been eyeing for a few months since it's the perfect summer wedding option—and it's still available.

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Self-Portrait Cold-Shoulder Floral-Print Midi Dress, $510.00 SHOP

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She paired the dress with an Alexander McQueen blazer (similar to the blazer she wore draped over her shoulders a few days ago), Rouland Mouret Mini Classico bag,and Manolo Blahnik heels, according to the Twitter account Meghans Mirror.

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This isn't the first time Meghan Markle's worn a Self-Portrait dress during a royal event. She chose a lace dress from the designer for the Queen's Christmas lunch this year.


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Created in 2013 by Malaysia native Han Chong, Self-Portrait is sold at retailers like Net-a-PorterNeiman MarcusNordstrom, and Bergdorf Goodman, with outfits typically ranging from $100-$600.


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