Get the Look: Meghan Markle’s Serena Blazer Look

Serena Williams via Instagram

Annika Harris

In support of BFF Serena Williams, Meghan Markle proved that mere peons on a budget can also dress like a "princess."

There are three things we definitely know about Meghan Markle. One, she’s married to Prince Harry. Two, she’s best friends with Serena Williams. And three, she’s very chic. So what happens when all three of those aspects of the Duchess of Sussex’s life combine? An incredibly classy yet simple look comes together for touring Dubbo, Australia with her husband. If you’ve ever wanted the wardrobe of a “princess” (We know you’ve fantasized about it too.), here’s how to get Meghan Markle’s Serena blazer look.

Serena Williams via Instagram

The mom-to-be supported her BFF Williams by wearing the Boss Oversized Blazer from the Serena fashion line. The affordable blazer retails for $145. Along with being oversized, the jacket is also double-breasted and features patch pockets, which is a design with enough volume to hide her growing baby bump. The rest of Markle’s look was black and white, but the red and blue windowpane pattern of the blazer add a hint of color.

Serena Boss Oversized Blazer, 145

Every stylish woman needs a plain white button-down shirt. It looks like she borrowed hers from her husband, the Duke of Sussex.

Maison Kitsuné Plain Shirt, $223

Although we’re willing to bet Markle’s black Outland Denim skinny jeans weren’t distressed, we think distressing will be a nice counterpoint to the professionalism of the blazer and button-down shirt in your look.

Outland Denim Isabel in Washed Black Distressed, $205

She finished off the look with walkable suede booties, creating one lengthening line from waist to toe.

J. Crew Sadie Ankle Bots in Suede, $178

There's no need to recreate Markle's exact look if it's not in your budget. Similar items are likely already in your wardrobe, and if not, you can find a white button-down, distressed black jeans, and suede boots at many retailers that are more in line with how your checking account is set up.