From a casual shirt dress to the most formal evening gown, the 38-year-old can pull off any look. Her fashion choices have of course proved lucrative for the brands she chooses to wear, with sales of those items spiking.
“The criteria is based on the 10 celebrities whose personal style choices drove the biggest spikes in searches, sales, news coverage and social media mentions over the past 12 months,” the company said.
The former actress’ pole position improved from last year where she was placed third behind reality TV star half-sisters Kim Kardashian and Kylie Jenner.
See her ten best looks of the year
For her first official outing of 2019 to the town of Birkenhead, England, Meghan teamed a striking purple dress from Babaton by Aritzia with a red coat by Sentaler and matching heels. The perfect accessory? Her growing baby bump!
To deliver a speech for International Women’s Day at King’s College in London, she wowed in a monochrome print dress by Reiss, a black Alexander McQueen blazer and Manolo Blahnik heels.
For a performance of Totem by Cirque du Soleil held at London’s Royal Albert Hall in January she dazzled in a midnight blue sequined gown.
She looked dreamy in a cream dress by Dior featuring draped sleeves for a reception during her and husband Prince Harry’s tour of Morocco in February.
For a reception in March at Buckingham Palace to mark the 50th anniversary of the investiture of her father-in-law, Charles, Prince of Wales, she wore her trusty white Amanda Wakeley coat over a metallic brocade knee-length dress – perfect daytime elegance.
To introduce her son, Archie (now seven months), to the world, she chose what’s become her trademark look: a double-breasted dress by Dior and nude pumps.
She turned heads in a crisp white shirt from Givenchy teamed with a striped Hugo Boss skirt at the Wimbledon Women’s Finals in July.
Meghan rocked the perfect autumn outfit — a red leather pencil skirt from Boss and a matching burgundy sweater — for a discussion on gender equality with The Queen’s Commonwealth Trust at Windsor Castle in October.
All eyes were on her in a black sheer Jason Wu dress accessorised with a Gucci clutch while she attended the London premiere of The Lion King.
She exuded sophistication in a navy teddy coat with matching fascinator by Philip Treacy during the Remembrance Day event at Westminster Abbey.