Meghan Markle wears $2,855 sundress to watch volleyball match in Nigeria

Although Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are no longer senior royals, they recently embarked on their own royal journey. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex embarked on a busy three-day tour of Nigeria on May 10, giving fashion lovers a chance to turn their attention to Meghan and her travel style.

Meghan's luxurious sundress

After a number of monochromatic looks, Meghan switched things up when she celebrated the anniversary of The Invincibles on May 11. She wore arguably her most interesting look when she and Harry attended a sitting volleyball exhibition match held by Invincibles Nigeria, a charity that supports the injured. Injured or sick service members. This glamorous $2,850 dress from designer Johanna Ortiz features a palm leaf graphic print, a high front slit and keyhole cutouts.

While Harry actually took part in the action on the pitch, Meghan stayed on the sidelines. To be fair, her dress wasn't very suitable for sitting on the floor due to the slit. Also, the 100% silk jacquard fabric is dry clean only.

The dress, called the Tropicana Nights Dress, features removable straps that Meghan has been wearing. She paired it with simple black gladiator sandals, gold bracelets and earrings.

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The whole look is full of beachy luxury and pairs well with Prince Harry's casual black Invictus Games polo shirt and jeans.

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Megan is no stranger to the work of Johanna Ortiz. Last May, she wore a piece by the Colombian designer to the Ms. Foundation's Women's Vision Awards in New York City. On that occasion, she opted for a gold dress paired with black strappy Tom Ford pumps. It's even more ornate than the Tropicana Nights dress, but shares some similarities, including the front slit, keyhole cutouts and slimming silhouette.

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