J Crew Website Crashes as Brand Refuses to Publish PR Post for Meghan Markle’s ‘Chicken-Leg’ Shorts

The J.Crew site experienced technical difficulties after the brand refused to promote Meghan’s shorts. Meghan Markle made a unique fashion statement by attending the Invictus Games in Dusseldorf alongside Prince Harry.

Her outfit included $98 J.Crew linen shorts and a black tank top, which she topped off with a $177 J.Crew oversized blazer, a Givenchy belt and Chanel shoes priced at $910. To add an extra touch of glamour, Meghan wore Princess Diana’s Cartier watch worth $17,800 and a Lorraine Schwartz pinky ring worth $62,000, adorned with Middle Eastern diamonds.

However, her choice of outfit sparked criticism, with some deeming it inappropriate for the occasion. The combination of very short shorts and an oversized blazer raised eyebrows, making him look somewhat disheveled. Her fashion decision didn’t seem right for the event, which left many perplexed.

The controversy surrounding Meghan’s clothing has sparked a surprising turn of events. J.Crew’s website reportedly crashed due to an influx of traffic and inquiries related to Meghan’s outfit. Fans flocked to the website and took to Twitter to express interest in purchasing items of Meghan’s look. Some even speculated that Meghan’s fashion choices caused the website to crash.

In response, J.Crew assured customers that the website’s downtime was due to planned maintenance and that it would be back online soon. However, Meghan’s attempt to influence her fashion choices was met with mixed reactions, with some questioning the timing of the interview and others finding the situation amusing. Meghan’s attempt to replicate the “Meghan Effect” associated with her fashion choices seemed to have varying degrees of success among her supporters and critics.

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