The 8 Royal Wedding Guest Pieces You Can Actually Buy


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Meghan Markle's wedding dress wasn't the only bespoke creation under the roof of St George's Chapel in Windsor earlier today: For example, Amal Clooney wore what has to be the best guest outfit of all (a stunning marigold number created especially for her from Stella McCartney), and Meghan's dear friend Priyanka Chopra had a lilac skirt suit crafted by the team at Vivienne Westwood. However, thanks to the varied and vast guest list in place, there were some quality opportunities to see some more wallet-friendly investment options in place. Okay, so you won't see any Topshop below, but you will find some go-with-everything heels that are well worth the cost per wear you'll get out of them (Kate Middleton clearly agrees) and plenty of pretty midi dresses that are going to see you through the wedding season and so much more to come.

Keep scrolling to see the royal wedding guest outfits you can actually buy.


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The Duchess of Cambridge knows the best neutral colored pumps when she sees them.


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Pippa Middleton wearing a dress from The Fold.


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Abigail Spencer wearing a polka-dot dress from Alessandra Rich.


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Sara was one of three women who opted for this niche London-based brand.


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Carey Mulligan accessorized her Erdem dress with Jimmy Choo pumps and a William & Son clutch.

Related: All of the Guest Outfits You HAVE to See From Meghan and Harry's Wedding


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Cressida Bonas's exact dress is no longer available, but we've found a very close match below.


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Beatrice's bespoke Roksanda dress is available in blush pink—should you have a few grand to spare.


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Gina Torres alerted us to a cool new label to know.

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