Have you been going through Meghan Markle withdrawal in the weeks since she and Prince Harry‘s big decision to step away from their roles as senior members of the royal family? While there has been no shortage of stories and rumors about the couple and what their future in North America will look like—we aren’t getting our regular fashion fix from the Duchess of Sussex now that she’s not out and about for royal engagements.
Of course, we hope they’re super happy in their time out of the limelight, but we’re missing that outfit inspo. Luckily, in her relatively short time as a working royal, Markle left us with an incredible archive of fashion looks to draw from. In fact, one of her signature shirtdresses is finally available to shop—and it’s a great versatile staple to pick up as you look toward spring. Plus, the dress is made from recycled nylon so it’s sustainable—something that is very important to Markle.
Remember the full-length khaki belted shirtdress she wore during a visit to the Auwal Mosque and other stops during her royal tour of South Africa with Harry and Archie? The Staud Millie dress in Caper can now be yours for $325—not a bad price for a piece that you could wear everywhere from work to a casual weekend brunch with friends—depending on how you choose to accessorize. It’s available on Net-a-Porter in sizes 0-12 and on the brand’s own site in the khaki shade and black in sizes 0 through 16.
“The eyes of the world are constantly on the royal family, so it is very meaningful that the Duchess has placed a focus on sustainability,” Staud co-founder Sarah Staudinger told People last fall after Markle wore her design. “We are honored that she chose to wear a dress from our brand.” She also noted the effect of the Markle Sparkle on her brand, in general. “The response has been incredible and has exposed us to a much wider audience,” Staudinger said.
It’s unclear when we’ll next see Meghan Markle out at a public event, but we’ll be patiently waiting to see what she wears.