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Do you ever feel like mornings are too rushed to pull together a polished outfit? Yeah, us too.
That's why we have to share this brilliant style tip. What's the solution to a frantic morning when you don't know what to wear? A perfectly crisp, white, button-up shirt. It's a simple way to feel put together without too much effort.
And apparently Meghan Markle is already a fan: The actress, activist and UN ambassador (she even travels around the world for humanitarian work with the USO) showed up to Prince Harry's Invictus Games on Monday wearing a white poplin shirt from Misha Nonoo. Markle, 36, paired the top with ripped blue jeans, tan flats and a matching, oversized bag.
It's called "The Husband Shirt" and costs $185 on Misha Nonoo's website.
The Husband Shirt, $185, Misha Nonoo
But, listen, we realize that's a hefty price for a simple white shirt. So we've rounded up a few other options in case you're eager to try the look:
3/4 Sleeve White Shirt, $29, ASOS
This tailored version has three-quarter sleeves and is made with stretchy cotton, an important detail for shoppers looking for comfort.
The Relaxed Silk Shirt, $88, Everlane
Or, if you want a blouse with a more luxurious feel, consider Everlane's silk version.
UO Beth Poplin Button-Down Top, $49, Spring
This classic style can be rolled up at the sleeves for a more casual look, or skip a few buttons to amp up the sex appeal after work.
Markle is clearly a trendsetter because that's not the only look of hers we've admired this week. (No wonder she's a 2017 TODAY Style Hero!) This burgundy midi dress and leather jacket, another outfit she wore to the Invictus Games in Toronto, also caught our attention.
Eagle-eyed fashion fans identified the frock as the Beaune Dress by Wilfred, Aritzia's house label.
It looks like Markle was wearing the dress in "Truffle," and the shade is already sold out on Aritzia's website. (Don't worry: There are other colors, too, but they're going fast!)
The chiffon dress with a pleated skirt is being sold for $185.
Wilfred Beaune Dress, $185, Aritzia
Markle covered up with a matching leather jacket; a perfect way to make this piece transition into the colder months.
Just like the Duchess of Cambridge, it appears Markle has plenty of fans who are inspired by her style. Dresses worn by the former Kate Middleton have been known to sell out shortly after. (Remember this one? Or this?)
We're pretty sure this won't be the last time something Markle wears causes a rush to stores — and we can't wait to see what she wears next.
If you're into the burgundy hue but are looking for an alternate style, here are some other looks we love:
Drop Waist Pleated A-Line Dress, $80, ModCloth
Fall weddings, anyone? We can see this dress doing double duty: appropriate for the office, but also festive enough to wear to parties.
High Apex Seamed Scuba Midi Dress, $60, ASOS
The scuba material of this dress gives an otherwise simple silhouette some edge.
Backless Velvet Long Dress, $35, Amazon
And if you're looking for a dress with some sex appeal, look no further. This velvet frock would fit right in at a holiday party.
Faux Wrap Dress, $27, Amazon
You don't have to fork over hundreds of dollars for a designer wrap dress. There are plenty of more affordable options, like this wine-colored pick.