Anyone in the public eye should expect to be under constant scrutiny. This must be an incredibly complicated way to live. When it comes to Meghan, a bi-racial previously divorced American, she is under double scrutiny.\nREAD ALSO: Air Canada Is Having A Massive Sale On Worldwide Flights Right Now\nInstead of taking the safe route and conforming to the Royal Family's traditional dressing guidelines, Meghan Markle - being the bold woman that she is - breaks them in the most understated ways. What a badass. Many people criticize her, I think she should be praised for showing her personality in creative ways.\nIt's not like she's wearing anything crazy revealing, wild, or eccentric. Instead, Meghan will often take the more subtle route by donning a low neckline or dark nail polish. And when she does, the internet goes absolutely wild. Here are some of her most shocking and controversial looks.\n1. Sleeveless dress at a memorial service\nView this post on Instagram #MirrorMeg: On 23rd April 2018 - London: 25th Anniversary Memorial Service for Stephen Lawrence Duchess Meg opted to wear @hugo_official dress from its Ready-to-Wear 2018 Collection, @manoloblahnikhq 'BB 105' pumps in suede beige, and carried a @wilburandgussie 'Bespoke Charlie Silk' clutch in Oyster. Duchess Meg accessorize her look with her 'Galanterie de @cartier' earrings. ... #meghanmarkle #meghanmarklestyle #hrhduchessofsussex #hrhmeghanduchessofsussex #duchessmeghanofsussex #duchessmeghan #duchessofsussex #duchessrachelmeghan #katemeghanstyle A post shared by Catherine & Meghan Windsor (@katemegstyle) on May 25, 2018 at 2:26am PDT\nWhen Meghan Markle wore this dress to a memorial service, she wasn't even a royal yet. Now, that's bold. Although this dress at first glance appears conservative, the sleeveless and v-neck cut was considered terribly inappropriate for the context. Many people claimed she should "cover up" as the service was in a church and it was for a homicide victim.\n2. Off-the-shoulder dress at a garden party\nView this post on Instagram Royal Style! Meghan’s blush crush continues! For her Trooping the Colour debut, the duchess showed off a new bouncy blowout and opted for a custom-made pale pink Carolina Herrera dress, featuring a daring off-the-shoulder neckline that was a bit of an unofficial break in royal wardrobe protocol. To top off the look, she wore a Philip Treacy hat in a matching shade, which looked quite similar to the one she wore at her first post-wedding royal debut at the Buckingham Palace Garden party. #MeghanMarkle #MeghMarkle #DuchessOfSussex #RoyalFamily #PrinceHarry #DukeOfSussex #RF #engangement #RoyalBride #meghanmarklestyle #RoyalWedding #PrinceCharles #mariotestino #Britishroyalty #royals #katemiddleton #britishroyals #catherineduchessofcambridge #dukeofcambridge #princegeorge #britishroyalfamily A post shared by HRH The Duchess Of Sussex (@meghmarkle_) on Jul 30, 2018 at 2:32pm PDT\nThis dress broke the internet. I know, it's just a dress. But in the eyes of the Royal Family, this dress was a subtle way Meghan Markle claimed: "I play by my own rules." Although the pale color was considered appropriate, the cut was definitely not. Off-the-shoulder cuts are traditionally not worn by the women of the royal family and considered too "revealing." I guess Meghan Markle is making her own rules now.\n3. Insanely Expensive Organza shirt\nView this post on Instagram Prince Harry and Ms. Meghan Markle have chosen to release this official portrait photograph to mark their engagement. The photograph was taken by photographer @alexilubomirski earlier this week at Frogmore House, Windsor. A post shared by Kensington Palace (@kensingtonroyal) on Dec 21, 2017 at 3:59am PST\nHiding behind these beautiful engagement photos is yet another controversy. This time, it's not about the cut of her outfit or the color, it's the price. This black tulle gown with silk organza and hand appliquéd embroidered with gold feather cost a whopping £56,000. Outraged Brits complained that it costs twice as the average wage in the UK, and that money could be better spent helping people who really need it instead.\n4. Allegedly wore the wrong color tights\nView this post on Instagram Morning! A post shared by Meghan Markle (@mesmerisingmarkle) on Aug 2, 2018 at 6:19am PDT\nJust when you thought Meghan Markle was following the rules and sticking to the traditional guidelines of the Royal Family, she - GASP, wears the wrong color tights and the internet breaks all over again. Markle wore this muted and conservative outfit to Price Charles 70th birthday. As per standard royal protocol, she wore tights to this formal occasion, a rule that she had ignored up until now. She shows up to this event, however, allegedly wearing the wrong color! Poor Meghan, no wonder her smiles are looking more forced as the days go by.\n5. She wore green when everyone else wore blue\nView this post on Instagram The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge with Members of @TheRoyalFamily. This photograph was taken by Matt Holyoak in the Morning Room at Clarence House, following Prince Louis's baptism in the Chapel Royal, St. James’s Palace. A post shared by Kensington Palace (@kensingtonroyal) on Jul 15, 2018 at 2:30pm PDT\nAs you can easily see from this photo, Meghan sticks out like a sore thumb. Although this dress did receive mixed reviews, most people were shocked that she would choose to intentionally go against the obviously pre-planned color scheme for this happy occasion.\n6. A shocking "little black dress"\n@kensingtonroyalembedded via\nI know what you're thinking, there is entirely nothing wrong with this dress. It's black, long, and not at all revealing. Well, unfortunately for Megan, people will always try to point out something, this time she was criticised for her choice of designer. Markle wore this dress by designer Emilia Wickstead, who publicly criticised Meghan’s wedding dress as being a rip-off of one of her creations. Despite the criticism from this designer, she went ahead and wore this dress to an event after her wedding.