Style Meghan Markle made a major fashion faux pas with her coat — and you might be making it too

03:35  14 march  2018
03:35  14 march  2018 Source:   MSN

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On International Women's Day, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle made a decision to talk to young women and girls about careers that involve science, technology, engineering and Meghan Markle 's stunning 0 coat she wore earlier this week was sold out in minutes after her Birmingham outing.

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She only announced her engagement to Prince Harry a few months ago, but Meghan Markle is already making her mark on the fashion world. The bride-to-be made an intentional fashion faux pas look royally stylish when she donned mismatched earrings back in January, but her most recent style mistake appears to have been an actual oversight.

Markle's $298 J. Crew coat matched perfectly with Harry's navy outfit, but the Daily Mail pointed out a detail that completely changed the fit of her ensemble. 

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Markle forgot to remove the coat's "tailor's tack," which is an X-shaped stitching added to the bottom to help garments with a vent or slit keep their shape when transported or hanging on display.

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Ever since Meghan Markle first stepped out to support her love Prince Harry last year, her fashion choices have been revered. While she rarely puts a step wrong when it comes to style, the former actress made a minor fashion faux pas during her visit to Birmingham on Thursday (March 8). The

MEGHAN Markle wowed crowds in Birmingham yesterday, thanks to her seriously chic choice of coat . But, the fashionista did make a rare faux pas - she hadn't removed the tacking stitch at the back.

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It's an easy mistake, as the "tailor's tack" can often look like a purposeful design. Removing the stitch will allow the slit in the back to open, leading to a less boxy and more tailored appearance.

Even though it's a fairly subtle mistake, it's still comforting to know that even future royals aren't above making a fashion faux pas from time to time.

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