This is the one affordable item in Meghan Markle's $50k tour wardrobe

By Meaghan Wray

The Duchess of Sussex first established her love of all things fashion and beauty on her lifestyle blog, The Tig, which she folded upon joining the royal fold. But she's continued to show her sartorial savvy with each appearance she's made – though the selections are far more aspirational now (Dior! Givenchy!). Meghan wore four different outfits over the course of her whirlwind two-day tour of Ireland with Prince Harry, ringing in at a staggering CAD$50,000 according to ELLE, but there was one piece that fans can actually afford.

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Meghan stunned in Givenchy at Croke Park. Photo: © Samir Hussein/WireImage

For their sporty outing at Croke Park in Dublin, Meghan dusted off one of her classic looks – a black pantsuit, which she wore with a chic pair of heels and loose waves. While she looked no further than her go-to fashion house Givenchy for the suit, which costs $4,300, her plain white T-shirt from English brand Lavender Hill rang in at a refreshing $60. The overall ensemble totalled more than $8,500 when you add the $490 belt and $3,200 bag also by the French brand, plus Sarah Flint pumps that cost a cool $467.

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Meghan donned a Babaton by Aritzia trench coat in Bath. Photo: © Getty Images

Though the former actress has added more exclusive designers to her repertoire, from Givenchy to Dior and Prada, it remains to be seen whether she'll adopt a mix of high and low labels like her sister-in-law the Duchess of Cambridge. Earlier this year, for the Invictus Games trials in London, Meghan turned to one of her favourite Canadian retailers, Aritzia, for her $245 Babaton trench coat. Prior to her royal wedding in May, the 36-year-old also favoured pieces from Everlane (like their $175 leather tote), Marks & Spencer and Madewell.

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