Meghan Markle's Entire Outfit for Her Secret Trip to Luminary Bakery Is Shoppable

Meghan Markle made an unpublicized trip to Luminary Bakery, in which she wore what might be the coolest, most effortless casual outfit.

(Image credit: Max Mumby/Indigo)

This past week, Meghan Markle made an unpublicized trip to Luminary Bakery, in which she talked with volunteers, gave a very revealing interview with The Telegraph, and wore what might be the coolest, most effortless casual outfit. There are a few rewears in here, and the whole outfit is shoppable—even better, each piece is less than $200!

As spotted by Meghan's Mirror, Meghan wore With Nothing Underneath Poplin: White & Midnight Blue Stripe Shirt and brown leather Madewell Crisscross skinny belt. Per Meghan's Fashion, she's also rewearing her J. Crew "Juliette" Collarless Sweater Blazer, which is more like a really chic coatigan, and Adidas Stan Smith Sneaker (Okay, I lied, her Adina Reyter earrings are $600, but everything else is under $200!).

UPDATE: We even know her jeans: DL1961's Emma Low Rise Skinny, for $168! You really can twin with the Duchess, if you want to! 

Some really intriguing quotes from the interview: "We get into this habit of wanting things done immediately nowadays. There's a culture of instant gratification, of the instant fix. But we aren't mechanical—we're all wounded creatures that need to be healed," Meghan said. Reporter Bryony Gordon said, "[Meghan] told me that she didn’t want people to love her—she just wanted them to be able to hear her." And "For the Duchess of Sussex, showing vulnerability is not a weakness. On the contrary—it is one of humanity’s greatest strengths."

Update: The Sussex Royal account has added more gorgeous images of Meghan's trip and that chic, chic outfit:

Here's the full video:

And here are some stills. A sideways shot at that coatigan:

Baking, Material property, Cooking, Photography, Food, Interior design, Cooking show, Cuisine,

(Image credit: Sussex Royal)

Here's how you can buy your own (it comes in seven colors!):

A typical sight, for the Duchess of Sussex—putting on an apron and getting to work:

Cooking, Happy, Food, Bake sale,

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A peek at her skinny jeans and sneakers:

Snapshot, Leg, Footwear, Arm, Flooring, Floor, Photography, Shoe, Photo caption,

(Image credit: Instagram)

And our best shot of the full look:

Cake decorating, Cake, Baking, Sugar paste, Torte, Fondant, Food, Icing, Baked goods, Dessert,

(Image credit: Instagram)

The last time Meghan wore that coatigan was to cheer on her friend and tennis superstar Serena Williams:

US Open Tennis Tournament 2019

(Image credit: Tim Clayton - Corbis)

And she also, according to HELLO!, wore With Nothing Underneath when she dropped by (also an unannounced visit!) to view her Smart Works collection, as seen in an Instagram video.

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