Prince Harry sports a $650 J.Crew suit to introduce Royal Baby Archie
Prince Harry, husband of Meghan Markle, son of Princess Diana, Brother of Prince William, and now father to Young Archie, has slowly been cementing himself as on of the most stylish members of the modern royal family.
Not only does Harry have a solid sense of fit going on, but he's also been able to add personal touches to the clothes he steps out in—most recently wearing a duo of significant bracelets during the introduction of his newborn son. He also pulled off one hell of a half-zip outside of the hospital for his "I'm now a dad" announcement.
But those aren't the only impressive style feats Harry has accomplished amid Royal Baby Madness. The man, who is a prince and has no reason to have any regard for how much his clothing costs, also wore a very approachable, very affordable suit as a part of Archie's big debut. J.Crew's Ludlow is the brand's staple when it comes to suiting, and for the photo opp the whole world was waiting on, Harry chose a $650 "Geyser Grey" Italian wool option every single one if us could stand to emulate.
If you've already got navy and black suits in your repertoire, gray is the next natural addition, and J.Crew's Ludlow is a great choice to start with. This suit in particular can become a staple in your wardrobe, not only because you can wear it anywhere—a wedding, to work, to dinner, to show off your Royal Baby—but also because the separates work well on their own, too.
Wear the wool jacket with jeans and dress it up—or down—any which way. It works with a T-shirt underneath, and it works with a shirt and tie, too. Same goes for the pants. You can pair them with sneakers and a tee, or dress it up with a pair of oxfords and a button-down. It might not be quite as versatile as your navy and black options, but it's the easiest way to stand out and turn some heads amid the sea of dark suiting you're likely to be swimming in.
For Harry, it was a sleek deployment, paired with the aforementioned bracelets, a shirt and navy tie, and suede lace-ups subtle enough to let the suit shine. Harry wound up looking sharp once again—even if everyone really had their eyes on his new bundle of joy.