Meghan Markle Shone On The Red Carpet In A Carolina Herrera Red Dress

Meghan Markle ditched the classic outfits required by the British royal dress code and wore a mesmerizing Carolina Herrera red dress to a major event she attended with Prince Harry.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex were invited to an event in honor of war veterans that marked the 103rd anniversary of the end of the First World War.

For the occasion, Prince Harry's wife made her appearance in a red long dress by Carolina Herrera. The red gown, designed by Wes Gordon, had a deep V-neck and full skirt with a slit.
 Meghan Markle Red Carpet In A Carolina Herrera Red Dress
Meghan Markle accessorized her dress with dark red slingback heels signed by Giuseppe Zanotti, a pair of Maison Birks silver earrings, and a Cartier bracelet.

Prince Harry Suited Up In Giorgio Armani

Prince Harry was suited up in Giorgio Armani - the classic and elegant style that never fades. He pinned to his chest his medals and the cross of the Knight Commander of Royal Victorian Order.

For Prince Harry, the event was particularly meaningful, having served in the British Army for 10 years.

Both Meghan and Prince Harry wore poppy flower brooches on their chests, symbols honoring the lost lives of servicemen who died in the war.

It's the first time Meghan has appeared at an event so provocatively dressed, and the international press claimed she's keen to show she's quickly regained shape after her second birth. Meghan and Prince Harry became parents for the second time in June this year.

Vogue Magazine says that Meghan's dress choice marks a "new direction" in her royal style, thanks to its bold cut, daring neckline, and eye-catching red color. "With the palace dress code no longer a factor, the couple was free to embrace all-American glamour."

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