As Meghan Markle adapts to her new life as a (soon-to-be) member of the Royal family, her wardrobe has also had to adapt. The actress has been in the public eye for quite some time, but the types of events she frequented in her Hollywood days were quite different than those she attends now.
Since Markle met Prince Harry, it's been out with the miniskirts and bodycon dresses that she once wore and in with the tailored trousers and sheath dresses. Sure, Markle's wardrobe has quickly gained a major dose of polish since her Hollywood days, but as you'll see from the throwback photos below, she hasn't completely abandoned her signature California style (and love for stilettos). Instead she's replaced the bohemian aesthetic with more of a London one and has added sophisticated pieces that are more appropriate for appearances at charity functions than movie premieres. You can tell that she's choosing pieces that she feels comfortable in, despite being a bit different than what she used to wear when she knew there would be photographers present. See what we mean below.
Meghan Markle in 2018
Markle could easily pass as a born-and-bred Brit in this skirt suit and beret.
Meghan Markle in Her Hollywood Days
Gone are her off-the-shoulder minidress and cage heel days.
WHAT: Roland Mouret private dinner, 2016
This boho look isn't something we expect to see Markle wear again.
WHAT: Entertainment Weekly Screen Actors Guild Awards Pre-Party, 2013
Markle has undoubtedly retired the bodycon dresses for good.
WHAT: 3rd Annual NFL Characters Unite, 2014
The neutral colors would still fly, but the miniskirt wouldn't.
WHAT: USA Network Upfronts, 2012
These days, Markle would keep the pumps but trade the jacket for a blazer and the dress for something a bit more conservative.
WHAT: NYFW, 2014
These days, she'd keep the clutch and pumps but swap the dress out for a pretty Self-Portrait one.
WHAT: TV Guide Magazine's Hot List Party, 2012
This colorful look surely stood out on the red carpet, but her outfits are decidedly more subdued these days.
WHAT: Elle Women in Television Celebration, 2013