The black, double, crepe crepe showed a neckline outside the shoulder, with a thin stitched zip on the back. Meghan, a few months ago, attended the Memorial Festival with her husband, Prince Harry. The festival is held every year at the Royal Albert Hall to commemorate all those who have lost their lives in conflict.
In addition to the Meghan dress wearing a black coat Stella McCartney and heels Manolo Blahnik.
She combined this with a pair of nude men, according to the strict royal protocol for this occasion.
The Duchess of Cambridge, Meghan's sister-in-law, opted for a Roland Mouret dress for the occasion.
Both Royals have spoiled the Poppi to commemorate British and Commonwealth personnel who were killed in the conflict.
During the Memorial Day commemorating on November 11, Meghan was seen on a balcony different from the Queen and the Duchess of Cambridge and Cornwall.
Some have interpreted this as a snub, but the royal expert, Richard Fitzwilliam, insisted that he had said that it was not the case, because he was placed with Frau Elke Budenbender, the wife of the German president.
According to the retailer, Meghan's dress has an "elegant neckline on her shoulder" and was "crafted to flatter and amaze me."
They recommend combining this with "some heels, a red lip and favorite jewels".
Meghan was caught in a major fashion after John Humphrys, BBC's showcaster of Today, noticed that sometimes he has a shirt not overturned in a style known as the "French Tuck".
He said: "Anyone who does not think that women and men are equal is a moron. I have four opinions to support that vision, the first two being" French French ".
"When people do it, it's because we're basically slobs and we do not even notice.
When women do it, it's because they want to appear fashionable.
"It seems that Meghan Markle is doing it, as does Cate Blanchett."