The founder of Sentaler believes that Meghan Markle's wedding dress will be "feminine and timeless."

Markle has been spotted wearing Sentaler coats multiple times. Since everyone has been talking about Markle's wedding dress, Bojana Sentaler, the founder and designer of Sentaler, shares her thoughts about the "Suits" star's possible bridal gown.

"Meghan is and has always been classically beautiful, so I imagine her wearing something feminine and timeless, similar to Carolyn Kennedy," Sentaler told People during an interview in their label's showroom during London Fashion  Week.

When Markle joined the royal family for their traditional morning service on Christmas Day, Prince Harry's fiancée wore Sentaler's long luxe tan wrap. The $1,295 coat features a collar and a fit and flare hem. It was perfect to keep the "Horrible Bosses" warm as they walked their way into a church on that chilly day.

According to Sentaler, their coats are hypoallergenic, cruelty-free and warm but lightweight. The microscopic air pockets in the animal's hair provide the thermal insulation, which makes their coats perfect for London weather.

"Meghan has been a fan of Sentaler for a couple of years now, so I was aware that she owned our coats. But it wasn't until that day, at 6 a.m. that I woke up to a tweet of Meghan Markle wearing my coat. It was the best Christmas present that I could have ever received!" Sentaler said after seeing Markle in her coat.

Sentaler added that she already met Markle when the actress visited their brand's Toronto showroom. The designer has nothing but praises for the future royal.

"She was so pleasant and wonderful and I think that she is really the epitome of what Sentaler stands for — classy silhouettes, luxurious fabrics and elegant pieces that are chic and fashionable," Sentaler said.

Aside from Sentaler, Markle was also spotted wearing Line The Label's white coat. The "Dater's Handbook" star sported the brand's $750 double-faced wool coat for her official engagement photo call with Prince Harry. After Markle's photo in the said coat made headlines, the item "was gone in seconds."

John Muscat, president and co-founder of the brand, confessed that Markle's Meghan Effect hit them. But while they were happy for the increase of demand in their products, he admitted that there was also a downside.

"We are now dealing with the aftermath because everyone is trying to get it, but I don't want 10,000 white coats out there – it has to stay exclusive," Muscat said.