J.Crew’s website is back up Wednesday after it crashed following Meghan Markle’s appearance at the Invictus Games. She wore one of the brand’s cardigans to the international sporting event, which was created by her husband, Prince Harry.
While attending a game of wheelchair basketball between Australia and Ukraine, Markle wore J. Crew’s Giselle V-neck sweater blazer with contrast trim ($158). The wool, cotton and polyester blend sweater also features pockets and gold buttons.
It’s unclear when exactly the J.Crew site went down, but in a statement posted to X around 9 a.m. ET, the brand replied to a fan of the Sussexes saying the site would be “up and running soon.”
“Meghan Markle was photographed in J.Crew, and their site is STILL down as a result,” wrote one user on X.
“Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex did that,” another fan posted.
Those looking to get their hands on Markle’s sweater are in luck, as it’s still in stock in multiple sizes. The cozy knit also comes in four additional colors: black, brown, beige and orange.
WWD reached out to J.Crew for comment.
The rest of Markle’s stylish ensemble included a black scoop neck top and pleated Staud shorts. Her jewelry consisted of Anita Ko studs and a diamond pinky ring by Lorraine Schwartz, as well as a gold Love bangle and tank watch by Cartier. A pair of beige Chanel slingbacks and a Givenchy logo buckle belt completed her outfit.
Prince Harry, meanwhile, wore a black Invictus Games polo with dark wash skinny jeans and navy suede slip-on sneakers.