Meghan Markle bundles up in Aritzia beanie and scarf — and both are under $60

When Meghan Markle wears something, it tends to have a snowball effect on sales.

But her latest snowy-day accessories — which appear to be the Aritzia Babaton Luxe Cashmere Kisho Beanie ($55) and Sunday Best Coco Scarf ($48) — are not only still in stock (for now), but also under $60 each.

The Duchess of Sussex bundled up in the luxe-looking knit accessories for Day 2 of the Invictus Games 2025 One Year to Go event in Whistler, Canada, teaming them with an Hermès jacket, dark-wash La Ligne jeans and Kamik Sienna Boots ($130 $104) — a longtime favorite she’s owned since her “Suits” days.


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Aritzia Babaton Luxe Cashmere Kisho Beanie



a model in a scarf and sweater
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Aritzia Sunday Best Coco Scarf


While she went for a monochrome moment in all navy, her beanie and scarf are also sold in 10 other shades ranging from limited-edition pastels to neutrals befitting the quiet luxury trend.

The former “Suits” star forwent hitting the slopes herself at the sporting event, instead staying on the sidelines to snap videos of Prince Harry trying out skeleton sledding.

Markle’s latest outing comes on the heels of another frost-ready fashion statement, as she attended Day 1 of the event wearing Sorel Joan of Arctic Boots ($240 $156) — a royal go-to she’s had in her closet for years.


Meghan Markle and Prunce Harry carrying a helmet
The couple joined a skeleton sledding training session. James Whatling / MEGA

Meghan Markle holding up her phone
Markle snapped videos of Prince Harry giving the winter activity a try. James Whatling / MEGA

Aritzia’s also a longtime favorite of the podcast host‘s; she owns several of its coats and even sported a different beanie for a yoga class in 2018.

And Markle’s hardly the brand’s only famous fan.Her latest look comes less than a week after Blake Lively sported her own Aritzia look at the Super Bowl, teaming the brand’s Babaton Sculpt Knit Crop Tank ($58) with a Balenciaga x Adidas tracksuit and nearly half a million dollars in jewelry.