Meghan Markle’s khaki shirt dress is now available to buy

Maisie Bovingdon
Shopping writer

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry in South Africa. (PHOTO: Getty Images)

Meghan Markle struck a style high note with her array of chic outfits during the royal tour of South Africa last year.

Belted shirt dresses, an elegant jumpsuit, printed dresses and jeans were all included in the mum’s overseas wardrobe.

One winning look was a khaki maxi shirt dress from US label Staud, which Meghan wore to visit the oldest mosque in Cape Town.

At the time, the dress was only available to pre-order. Now, five months later, it’s available to buy.

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Buy it: Staud Millie Dress from Net-A-Porter | US$320

Staud Millie shirtdress. (PHOTO: Matches Fashion)

The design is a khaki/camel utility style, as it boasts short sleeve, pockets on the bust, as well as a belt detail to accentuate the waist.

The dress also features button down detail and falls to the floor.

Staud’s Millie dress comes in a range of sizes, from US 0 to US 12, which is the equivalent of a UK dress size 4 to 16.

The highly-coveted garment costs US$320 from Matches Fashion, and we predict it’s going to be a huge sell out.

Meghan styled the dress with Sam Edelman pointed toe pumps and a cream shawl, but it can also be styled with heeled sandals too.

The former Suits actress also wore a very similar dress during their royal visit to South Africa.

Meghan slipped into a House of Nonie sleeveless trench dress, when she met Nelson Mandela’s widow, before she attended the Creative Industries and Business Reception with her husband.

Similar to the Staud dress, the House of Nonie creation features a double-breasted button front detail and a belt around the waist.

But this was not the first time Meghan had worn the mid-length item, as she previously slipped into the dress in 2018 to visit the Nelson Mandela Centenary Exhibition.