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Meghan Markle Just Wore a $75 Sweater From the Most British Brand Ever

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For her second royal engagement ever—and first of 2018—Meghan Markle joined her fiancé Prince Harry at Reprezent 107.3FM in the Brixton neighborhood of South London wearing an assortment of her favorite outwear and a surprisingly affordable sweater from Marks and Spencer.

In a departure from Markle's famously expensive outfit that she wore to Christmas Day services in Sandringham, the wool-blend sweater she wore to the event today comes straight off the rack from Marks and Spencer’s Autograph line of sweaters and cardigans. It has a round neck and bell sleeves and is currently on sale for $75 on marksandspencer.com in all sizes.

BUY NOW Autograph Wool Blend Round Neck Bell Sleeve Jumper, $75


Markle also wore a Smythe coat, Burberry trousers, black pumps from Sarah Flint, and a light gray scarf, which some are reporting is from Jigsaw, and others from Sentaler.

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

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