Meghan Markle may be royalty, but she’s still a fan of a good deal.
The Duchess of Sussex wore an outfit retailing for just $300 — dress and shoes included — today in Johannesburg as she visited Sneakers 4 Change, an organization that collects and donates shoes.
Markle sported a button-front Wilfred dress. The navy blue dress features a tie around the waist and a pebbled texture; it’s available to shop on Aritzia.com for $148.
For footwear, the former “Suits” star selected red flats that added a colorful pop to her ensemble. Called the Editor slingback, the shoe has a sharp, pointy toe and a low vamp. The shoes sell on Everlane.com for $155.
While Markle often wears high heels — styles from Manolo Blahnik and Aquazzura are among her favorites — she’s sported flats several times on her current tour of Africa.
She carried a Cuyana lightweight cashmere scarf in black.
On Sept. 24, the duchess wore two looks featuring flats. First, she stepped out in a jean jacket and Brother Vellies woven leather huaraches on the beach with Prince Harry.
The royal’s second look featured a pair of pointy-toed, oatmeal-colored flats from Sam Edelman. Like her Everlane flats, the shoes are accessibly priced, retailing for just $100 on Samedelman.com.
Flip through the gallery to see all of Meghan Markle’s looks from her royal tour of Africa.
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