There's a lookalike of that dress Meghan Markle wore to her wedding reception - and it costs way less than the original


The Markle effect means that the Duchess of Sussex, Meghan Markle not only causes some of the clothing she wears to sell out, but that other brands jump at the opportunity to offer their dupes.

Here are ALL the dresses and coats that have sold out because Meghan Markle wore them.

READ MORE: How to find the dream dress for your big day

The brand has just released a replica of the dress Meghan wore at her wedding reception for an incredibly low $44 (R613.87). The original, a Stella McCartney design, is priced at almost $100 000 (about R1 393 663,90) according to Cosmopolitan.

READ MORE: Here’s who designed Meghan Markle’s wedding dress PLUS pictures of the dress

The dress is a fitting image of the original but is arguably a lot more figure hugging.

The Fashion Nova replica of Meghan Markles Stella McCartney reception dress

You can shop this dress online at Fashion Nova.

READ MORE: The most glamorous royal wedding dresses from around the world

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