Over the last few years, Meghan Markle has been the epitome of quiet luxury in appearances around Santa Barbara and Los Angeles. But over five days at the Invictus Games in Düsseldorf, she leaned on the classic royal ability to match timeless pieces from luxury brands with a few more accessible elements. On Day 4, her choice to wear a sweater-blazer from J. Crew might have even crashed the company’s website, proving that “the Meghan Effect” is still powerful after all these years. She paired the sweater with shorts from Staud and classical luxe slingbacks from Chanel. Though her looks were designed to keep the spotlight on the competitors and their events, during the closing ceremony she opted for a high-wattage teal dress by Cult Gaia, which ended a week of outfits with a bang.