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Meghan Markle’s Wedding Gown Designer Now Has a ‘Chic Casual’ Clothing Line with Uniqlo—and It Starts at $30

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Prince and Meghan Markle at wedding.
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We don't think Meghan Markle, 42, will be listing her wardrobe staples on Depop any time soon, however, now we’ve got the chance to dress a *little* closer to the Duchess of Sussex and feel like royals ourselves.

Clare Waight Keller, AKA the designer who created Markle’s stunning Givenchy wedding gown (which cost around $260,000, BTW), is releasing a new line of clothing with Uniqlo. Oh, and the products start at only $30.

The new collection, called Uniqlo: C, features outerwear, blouses, skirts, footwear and more—all for a reasonable price. The items, which range from $30 to $150, will be available to purchase in stores and online starting September 15.

Keller discussed the collection in a new interview released by Uniqlo. The esteemed designer said, “The collection is about bringing casual chic to an everyday, essential wardrobe.” And as far as the name goes, Keller said, “C stands for multiple layers of things. Sometimes it’s connected to a collection I’m working on. Sometimes it’s just a spirit. It stands for casual and chic, city, clarity, connection, capsule, connectivity, creativity. And also, it stands for me.”

Throughout her impressive career, Keller has served as the artistic director for a number of high-profile fashion houses, including Givenchy, Chloé and Pringle of Scotland.

Her dazzling boat-neck design for the Duchess of Sussex went on display at Windsor Castle in October 2018 until it was removed in February 2019. Then, the gown, as well as the tiara and veil, went on display again at the Palace of Holyroodhouse from June to October 2019.

As of right now, the wedding dress is not available for the public to see, but we'll keep our fingers crossed that it gets put on display again—maybe for Prince Harry and Markle’s tenth wedding anniversary in 2028?

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle wedding.
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A collection from a royal-approved designer? Count us (and our credit cards) in.

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Joel is the Associate Editor for News & Entertainment and has been reporting on all things pop culture for over 5 years. Before working at PureWow, he served as a Features...
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