Meghan Markle's Christmas Outfit Cost $10,000 or Nearly P500,000
She looked stunning on her way into church with the royal family on Christmas Day.

Meghan Markle joined Prince Harry and his family for Christmas Day church services in Sandringham. As per usual, the soon-to-be royal looked incredibly chic walking into St. Mary Magdalene Church, wearing a light brown coat over a burgundy skirt paired with boots, gloves, and a fascinator.

Here's a full-length look at her outfit:

And from the back:

Per royal style blogger Meghans Mirror, Markle is wearing the Sentaler long wide collar wrap coat in camel, a midi-length belted look that retails for $1,295. Markle paired it with a $1,550 Chloé bag and $798 brown Stuart Weitzman boots.

The soon-to-be-royal finished the ensemble off with a pair of diamond snowflake earrings that retail close to $6,000, bringing the total cost of her Christmas outfit to nearly $10,000.

While the coat is quickly selling out (no surprise), the silhouette is also available on the Toronto-based brand's website in black and rosy pink. Several similar styles by the brand are also available from Neiman Marcus and Bergdorf Goodman, if you're looking to copy Markle's aesthetic.

This isn't the first time the soon-to-be royal has worn Sentaler. She has been spotted wearing the brand for years, and has even wore this style of coat before albeit in a different shade.

Duchess Kate is also a fan of the brand. She wore a light blue wrap coat by Sentaler while on the royal tour of Canada in 2016.

Sentaler Ribbed Alpaca Wrap Coat, $995

*This story originally appeared on Townandcountrymag.com
*Minor edits have been made by the Townandcountry.ph editors

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