They may not be married yet, but Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have already figured out the formula to the perfect couples outfit.
The future newlyweds made a splash in December when they stepped out in coordinating blue coats, and they pulled the look off again while visiting Birmingham, UK, on Thursday.
Markle opted for the $298 Tipped Topcoat by J. Crew, while Harry looked dashing in a matching knee-length coat. Harry paired his coat with blue trousers and brown shoes, while Markle went for black pants and heels.
It’s slightly reminiscent of their previous coordinating navy outfits, which was the first sign that these two have very synced-up sense of style.
Even when their coats aren’t the same, Harry seems to include a touch of Markle’s style, such as his grey sweater that went with her coat when visiting a radio station in January.
It’s also quite indicative of their status as a more “modern” royal couple, especially compared to Kate Middleton and Prince William. Middleton is known for her elegant, feminine style, which doesn’t necessarily always coordinate with William’s suits.
Markle is opting for a less traditional style that seems to solidify her position as a more modern addition to the royal family. She can wear an expensive designer dress just as well as Middleton, but isn’t afraid to go for a casual look from time to time. Her more tomboyish style and penchant for pants makes it even easier for her to coordinate with Harry.
It will be interesting to see how the pair handle their most important fashion moment to date when they walk down the aisle on May 19.