15 Risky Meghan Markle Looks That The Queen Wouldn’t Approve Of

  
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To join the royal family there is a definite list of dos and don’ts when it comes to fashion etiquette. We saw Kate Middleton transition from style staples of Ugg boots and sweatpants to a wardrobe filled with tea dresses and fascinators, and we’re quite certain soon-to-be royal Meghan Markle will be required to make the same adjustments. It’s clear Markle is in the transition process of adjusting her wardrobe, and so far, she’s had a few standout fashion moments that we presume the Queen did not approve of based on our knowledge of royal fashion standards. Follow along to learn more about 15 of the risky looks Meghan Markle has worn that we’re not convinced the Queen would totally approve of:

15. Off-The-Shoulder Necklines

Royals are always quite modest with their necklines and it’s an unspoken rule from the Queen to cover up while making public appearances. Although Markle’s off-the-shoulder number isn’t overly revealing, it’s definitely a fresh take on royal style and something a little more daring. We love how she still looks polished and professional as a respectable public figure, but still incorporates trends and her own personal taste in her looks. The Queen, however, might have a different opinion on Meghan’s boundary-breaking fashion tastes like this cold-shoulder top!

Source: Press Association

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14. Mismatched Earrings

Meghan Markle is quite untraditional when it comes to fashion, and especially when it comes to accessories. One of the most notable style moments that broke boundaries was when she stepped out wearing two mismatched earrings. Royals typically opt for minimalist jewelry that features dainty diamonds or pearls and a look like this is definitely trendy rather than timeless, which is a royal style standard we’re not used to. Although we appreciate Meghan breaking boundaries and staying true to her own personal style, we’re not sure the Queen would approve see this trend as appropriate during a royal outing.

Source: Press Association

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