The former actress gave a preview of her wedding-white look to come in a sleeveless, button-detailed midi dress — helpful on the sweltering 72-degree day. A pair of from Tamara Mellon and a Oroton striped crossbody bag rounded out the look.
While they didn't break any rules, her choice of purse and lack of sleeves definitely toy with the royal status quo. Queen Elizabeth II and the Duchess of Cambridge almost never wear a crossbody bag, likely since the strap can wrinkle clothing or slide around the body, of previously told GoodHousekeeping.com. And while Kate Middleton wore plenty of tank tops in her college years, you won't see the future Queen wearing anything without sleeves these days.
Meghan's ensemble definitely departed from the norm now, but her pinstripes bring to mind another print-loving royal. Diana, Princess of Wales loved to wear the pattern and did so repeatedly over the years. Here she is in 1991 rocking a white pinstripe blazer:
And this coat she wore in 1996 that also featured buttons down the front:
So while Meghan definitely broke new ground with her fashion-forward outfit today, here's proof that some things are just simply timeless.