You Can Still Buy Meghan Markle's Summer Red Dress for Under $300

Whether you're a royal lover or not, there's no doubt that at least one of Meghan Markle's eight extravagant looks will be popping up on your Instagram timeline this weekend. ICYMI, Meghan and Prince Harry began a three-day visit to Nigeria on Friday, their first international trip since stepping back from royal duties in 2020.

During the trip, Meghan brought a new range of celebrity outfits with her, including a red strappy dress that, surprisingly, is still available in stores.

Meghan's little red dress

On May 11, Meghan co-hosted a women's leadership event in Lagos. She took center stage in the aforementioned OOTD, which was a departure from the Duchess of Sussex's signature androgynous aesthetic. During the panel, she revealed that the choice to leave was intentional, saying: "I got the memo very quickly that I needed to wear more colors so I could fit in with all of you and your incredible Fashion."

Although she's worn a lot of bold colors since moving to California, as a working royal she's mostly stuck to neutrals. "It is my understanding that you should never wear the same color as Her Majesty (Queen Elizabeth) if there is a group event. But you should also not wear the same color as one of the other more senior members of the family," she said in explained in the 2022 documentary series Harry and Meghan. "So I thought, 'What color would they probably never wear?' Camel? White? ... It's also about blending in. Like, I don't want to stand out here.

Given that the couple is visiting Lagos, it's no surprise that Meghan purchased a $275 crimson number from Lagos-based contemporary brand Oríré. This fashion muse looks especially summer-ready, as the dress features super thin straps, a breezy silhouette and a ruffled hem.

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Surprisingly, her LRD is still available for purchase—for now. But if this is anything like her recent numbers, it won't last long.

Horrible Dress Oríré

Her accent is a classic Meghan accent.

Meghan wore her everyday bracelets, which included an evil eye diamond bracelet, a trendy tennis style, and her favorite, the Cartier Love bracelet.

Her range of accessories also highlighted subtle tributes to her late mother-in-law, Princess Diana. Meghan wore a timeless Cartier Tank Française watch, a gift from Harry from his mother's private collection.

The rest of her look continued the quietly luxurious vibe—check out her nude slingback pumps from Aquazzura, one of her tried-and-true footwear brands. She added a touch of sparkle to her final look with Kimai's mini gold hoop earrings and matching Logan Hollowell diamond necklace.

This was her third standout look of the day

Meghan's LRD (little red dress) certainly wasn't her only sartorial slay of the day. That morning, she attended a volleyball game wearing a $2,855 Johanna Ortiz dress with a palm leaf graphic print and keyhole cutouts on the bodice. She braved the 80-degree weather in leather flip-flop sandals by celebrity-favorite designer Emme Parsons.

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Next up was her third and final outfit of the day, a white midi dress from St. Agni, paired with her trusty nude Aquazzura pumps.

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While white is a simple neutral color, Meghan's chic style stood out—and that's a good thing.