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Meghan Markle showed up to a charitable West End performance of the hit musical Hamilton channeling the revered style legacy of her infamous mother-in-law. The Duchess of Sussex used the occasion to have a date night with her doting hubby.

She wore a short black tuxedo style sheath with classic black pumps finishing the look off with small gold hoop earrings and one of her signature clutch style purses.

The Duke & Duchess Of Sussex Attend A Gala Performance Of "Hamilton" In Support Of Sentebale

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Find out how to achieve her look minus the bodyguards at any budget below.


Meghan’s original $595 Tuxedo dress was by Judith and Charles.  Pair it with some $625 black suede Manolo Blahnik Pumps from Neiman Marcus and $145 small gold hoops from Jennifer Zeuner to look at royal as she did.


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Snag a long sleeved La Redoute tuxedo with a satin trim from Sears for $81. Add $20 gold hoops from Madewell. Ground the look with $90 Cassedy pumps from Aldo.


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Missguided has an asymmetrical option on sale for just $36. Angle too short for you? They also have a petite pick for $60. Fake the funk with $25 shoes from Charlotte Russe and $12 hoops from Urban Outfitters.


Boohoo has a great plus size option available for just $40.00. Give it a luxe appearance by having your local dry cleaners replace the buttons. It’ll reinforce the quality of the jacket and give you the same effect for just pennies on the dollar.

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