The $240 J Crew skirt Meghan donned for a private breakfast meeting on September 26? There was a 102% increase in search for the US label.
Psst, it's still available to shop.
The recent research further demonstrates how Meghan has taken the reigns from the Duchess of Cambridge as Windsor's most influential style icon.
Earlier this year, global fashion search platform Lyst pitted their Kensington Palace closets against each other and found that the 'Meghan Effect' is showing no signs of slowing down.
The gold brocade dress she wore to the 50th anniversary of Prince Charles' Investiture at Buckingham Palace came in as the new mother's most powerful fashion moment of the year - triggering a 500% increase in online demand within 24 hours.
In fact, research indicated that for every garment the 37-year-old wears, search for similar looks more than doubles - shooting up by an average of 216%.
Meanwhile, the Duchess of Cambridge is responsible for a 119% spike in search.
According to the 2019 Lyst report, the Duchess of Sussex is in good company at the top with Timothée Chalamet following closely behind as the world's most influential male.
After some serious number crunching - we're talking the analysis of page views, sales metrics and social media mentions - Zendaya, Billie Eilish, Cardi B, Lisa from Blackpink, Kylie Jenner, Lizzo, Harry Styles and Billy Porter completed the top 10 most powerful dressers.
For the full report, take a look at global fashion search platform Lyst's official website.