Meghan Merkel wears a polka-dot blouse during Harry’s polo match

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Meghan Merkel gave a California-cold spin to a classic look by wearing a polka dot to cheer on Prince Harry at her polo match in Santa Barbara, CA on May 22nd. She paired a classic black-and-white polka-dot blouse with long sleeves and white high-waisted bermuda shorts with a front tie that hit just above the knee. Her wide leg slacks and black leather belt both belong to the New York-based fashion label Khait, which she recently ripped off as an off-shoulder bodysuit at the Invictus Games.

Following Merkel’s attire, royal-family followers quickly compare her to Princess Diana’s polka-dot ensembles. Merkel’s combination with Harry and William in 1990 appears to be a repetition of the modern day dress worn by Diana at the Sark du Soleil show, and resembles a somewhat black-spotted white dress worn by one of the poles of the late Prince Charles. 1987 match. While the consent may not be intentional, the similarity is hard to ignore, as Merkel has paid tribute to Diana many times in the past.

For the rest of Merkel’s polo-match, she chose a gold “A” pendant necklace (“A” for the boy Archie), a Cartier watch, a Cartier bracelet, several thin rings and a classic piece of jewelry with a square shape. Diamond earrings from Lauren Schwartz. The Duchess pulled the outfit together with a black sun hat, black aquagura pumps, Valentino sunglasses and bright, berry-colored lipstick.

Read on to see Merkel’s latest style moments and shop and remind her of the polka-dot dress similar to Princess Diana’s.

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