Royals around the world are known for being style icons, especially in the fall and winter seasons.
Meghan Markle is known for her jewel-toned fall ensembles and chic coats.
One of Princess Diana's most iconic looks included jeans, a blazer, and a sweatshirt.
Meghan Markle exemplified fall fashion in this brown outfit complete with a stylish camel coat.
For a 2020 event, Markle paired a stunning, brown silk skirt from Massimo Dutti with a simple brown turtleneck, Reiss camel-colored coat, and brown velvet Jimmy Choo pumps.
In October 2019, Markle paired a burgundy leather pencil skirt by Hugo Boss with a matching V-neck sweater.
Markle has been known to opt for monochromatic looks, often with a touch of leather or satin.
For an early October appearance in 2018, Meghan Markle wore an emerald pencil skirt and forest green blouse.
While the green $595 Hugo Boss skirt and $99 green silk blouse from & Other Stories are currently both unavailable, leather skirts are perfect for the chilly fall weather.
Markle dressed down for a New Zealand appearance in October 2018.
She paired a simple ensemble of black pants and a black turtleneck with a pair of wedge booties and a statement grey coat.
Meghan Markle wore this green sweater layered over a classic button-up in February 2014, but the look is perfect for the fall season.
Markle paired the olive-toned sweater with a pair of chic black satin pants and pumps.
Nothing says apple picking and bonfires like a simple jean jacket, and Meghan Markle certainly turned heads when she wore this classic look in September 2019.
During her time as a working royal, Meghan Markle was typically known for wearing elegant dresses, sophisticated coats, and heels. However, she certainly isn't afraid of a more casual look.
Markle embodied undercover-royal style in a chic turtleneck, skirt, and sunglasses while out and about in New York in September 2021.
The former "Suits" star paired her otherwise simple look with a beige Max Mara coat and wore her hair in a sleek bun.
While visiting an elementary school in Harlem on the same trip, Markle wore another striking monochromatic coat-and-pants look.
For the engagement, Markle wore a maroon cape and matching pants set by high-end Italian designer Loro Piana. She paired the look with matching Manolo Blahnik pumps.
Meghan Markle attended an Invictus Games event in September 2022 wearing a white sleeveless turtleneck and tan wide-leg trousers.
She paired her outfit, which is perfect for early fall weather, with minimal accessories and her signature messy bun.
Prince Harry has also worn a few notable fall fashion pieces, like this classic, cozy puffer coat.
Both he and Meghan Markle wore outdoorsy jackets on an outing in October 2018.
Though we're used to seeing Kate Middleton dressed up, this casual fall look proved she can dress down and look just as stylish.
Known for wearing affordable fashion brands, Middleton paired a pair of brown cargo-style pants from Zara with a light green jacket and her favorite pair of Penelope Chilvers boots.
Middleton wore this walnut-brown printed dress by Orla Kiely to a charity event in 2013.
From the button details on the dress' bodice to the princess' brown suede booties, the look is chic enough for a royal engagement yet casual enough for anyone to wear out on the town this fall.
Nothing screams "fall" more than this matching maroon blazer-and-skirt ensemble.
She also wore a pair of simple black suede pumps, tights, and a turtleneck.
One of the Princess of Wales' most iconic fashion moments is this wine-colored sweater teamed with a pair of green culottes.
The royal wore pants by high-street fashion brand Jigsaw with a burgundy knit sweater by Warehouse. She added a matching Chanel handbag to complete the fall-ready look.
Middleton wore a classic grey blazer with a pair of simple black pants and a turtleneck sweater in 2018.
Blazers are a common trend during the fall season.
Middleton wore this army green jacket with a chunky maroon turtleneck sweater and a necktie in 2019.
Bandanas and neckties, either worn around your neck or as a hair accessory, are one of the biggest fall fashion trends this year.
While meeting with researchers at University College London in October 2021, Kate Middleton wore a fall-appropriate plaid dress with matching heels.
The dress was accessorized with a bow tie at the neck.
To drop off Prince George, Prince Louis, and Princess Charlotte on their first day of school, Middleton wore a chic brown polka-dot dress.
The autumnal color tied in perfectly with her matching brown suede pumps.
Princess Beatrice has also been known to rock a fall look.
The royal wore a black dress with metallic floral appliqués to an art event in New York City in 2017.
Beatrice's sister, Princess Eugenie, wore an autumnal floral dress to an event in October 2017.
The royal paired the stunning look with a pair of suede knee-high boots.
Princess Eugenie wore another classic look to a Dior event in 2019.
The simple, structured black dress featured a white collar that made the princess look like a much chicer version of Wednesday Addams.
Princess Diana embodied fall style while wearing a Fair Isle sweater, white turtleneck, khaki-colored corduroy pants, and green rain boots after her engagement to Prince Charles was announced.
Fair Isle and Aztec-inspired sweaters were very on-trend in the '80s, as was corduroy, which remains popular in current fall and winter trends.
Princess Diana looked effortlessly chic in this collared, plaid tan coat with a matching hat.
Despite Princess Diana wearing the look in 1982, it would fit right in with the fall fashion trends of today.
Princess Diana wore a wine-colored ensemble with a matching hat in October 1985.
The bow on the royal's collar coordinated perfectly with her oxblood leather belt.
One of Princess Diana's most iconic looks is this jeans, blazer, and sweatshirt combo she wore in 1988.
The super-casual look is still effortlessly chic and fall-appropriate.
The "people's princess" often wore tartan during her time as a royal.
The pattern was a major trend in the '80s — it still is each and every fall season.
While out shopping in October 1994, Princess Diana looked sophisticated in belted white pants, a simple turtleneck, and a green blazer.
The royal's matching accessories complete this timeless fall fashion look.
Queen Elizabeth herself also wore chic, fall-appropriate styles in the past.
In one of the most famous photos of the royal, Queen Elizabeth was seen wearing a button-up coat and brooch while walking with Prince Philip on their honeymoon in 1947.
Queen Elizabeth also wore a matching camel cardigan and skirt to a horse-racing event in 1982.
The Queen paired the look with a colorful printed blouse and a headscarf.
Queen Letizia of Spain is known for being one of the most fashionable royals, and this look from October 2015 is just one example of why.
The stylish royal wore a burgundy lambskin dress by one of her favorite designers, Hugo Boss, to an event at Madrid's La Zarzuela Palace.
Queen Letizia rocked a leather look once again in October 2018.
The royal paired leather pants with simple black pumps and a pink printed coat while attending a seminar in Spain.
Queen Letizia turned heads in a grey plaid skirt with an asymmetrical hemline at an event in October 2019.
Plaid is one of this fall's biggest trends, and the royal showed how to style it perfectly: with simple accessories and just a touch of leather.
Perhaps one of the boldest royal fall fashion looks on this list is from Queen Letizia.
In October 2020, the royal stepped out in a jaw-dropping red pantsuit with matching heels. While the dramatic look is perfect for the fall and holiday season, Letizia has also worn the suit, designed by Argentine designer Roberto Torretta, in the spring.
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