In her first official royal appearance, Duchess of Sussex Meghan Markle wore a dusky pink Flavia silk-crepe pencil dress from a British brand. As soon as pictures of Meghan wearing the Brand's dress got released, people moved to the Goat website to found the dress of 590 pounds and it sold out immediately.
Goat's retail website crashed within minutes after the Duchess of Sussex Meghan Markle wore its dress on Tuesday.
Goat's website remained down for more than 40 minutes and the confirmation is made by the company.
The description of the dress given by Goat, "The Flavia dress in dusky pink is beautifully fluid and feminine. This fit and flare shaped dress has contrast silk-chiffon décolletage and sleeves and delicate frayed edge trim on the neckline and cuffs. Perfect for both daytime or evening event dressing."
The founder of Goat Jane Lewis felt honoured that Duchess of Sussex chose to wear his brand for her first official royal engagement.
Though, this is not the first time when something happened due to Meghan's effect. Earlier in December 2017, Meghan carried a 495 pound (Rs 45,480) worth leather tote bag from a hitherto at her first royal outing with Prince Harry and as soon as the pictures got released, the bag was sold out.
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