All the Guest Outfits You Have to See From Meghan and Harry's Wedding


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Hollywood and royalty are rarely seen together, but we all knew the wedding of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry today would create a unique opportunity for a union of A-listers of every kind. If you think regular wedding guest outfit codes are hard to crack, imagine throwing the world's glare into the mix.

The requested dress was "day dresses and hats," which translates into sensible knee-length dressing (we saw many jewel colors, bright hues, and pretty prints) and many neat pieces of millinery (although some guests did go all-out with head-turning gear). In a relatively casual move, gents were asked to wear military regalia, lounge suits, or morning suits. According to the Instagram Stories of Meghan's friends, it looked like many attendees were still perfecting their looks late last night (around 2 a.m.) alongside a tailor—this was clearly not an event where anything would "just do".

Victoria Beckham is already part of the monarchic crew, having attended Kate and William's nuptials in Westminster Abbey back in 2011 (remember her chic navy maternity look topped off with a matching fascinator?) and she was, of course, in situ once more today, not only as a guest but also with the prospect of a Spice Girls performance at the wedding reception. Seven years later and the esteemed designer once again dialed up the fashion credibility of the occasion, wearing a slinky navy dress with a pair of bold red shoes.

Kate Middleton didn't disappoint either—she wore the perfect naked shoes with a pretty Alexander McQueen coat dress. The last time we saw Kate's wedding guest style was last year at her sister Pippa's wedding when she opted for a pretty blush Alexander McQueen dress and matching accessories. Today her sister opted for a pretty mint-green floral number from London-based brand The Fold.