Meghan Markle has undoubtedly become a worldwide style icon since becoming the Duchess of Sussex and marrying Prince Harry. However, her iconic sense of fashion didn't just arrive overnight. It's been ever-evolving and even foreshadowed a role the former actress would play.

Royal biographer Andrew Morton pointed out how Markle's fashion choices while a student at Northwestern University would emulate the outfits she would wear later on the hit TV drama "Suits."

“She had a vision of how she wanted to project herself at Northwestern and decided that she would focus on a monochromatic look: black and grey, a colour scheme that would make her look stylish, sophisticated and pulled-together," he wrote in his 2018 book "Meghan: A Hollywood Princess," according to Express.

“With that in mind, she chose a pencil skirt, tube top and white structured open-front blouse that doubled as a jacket," Morton added. “It was a prescient foreshadowing of the officewear she would don to play Rachel Zane over a decade later.”

Markle portrayed Zane for seven seasons on the USA Network before leaving the series. The show continued on for two more seasons before its final episode aired on July 17.

Although "Suits" is over, fans can see the outfits that the 37-year-old wore during the show in person at The Paley Center for Media exhibit titled, “Suits: A Farewell Celebration Exhibit.”

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Meghan Markle, the Duchess of Sussex is pictured attending a panel discussion convened by the Queen’s Commonwealth Trust on March 8, 2019 in London. Daniel Leal-Olivas - WPA Pool/Getty Images