On Tuesday, October 18, 2022, Meghan Markle traveled to Los Angeles to speak about women and inclusivity. On this occasion, she chose to wear a T-shirt in support of Iranian women.
Meghan Markle and her husband, the prince Harry , have been collaborating since 2020 with Spotify through their foundation Archewell . Meghan Markle also launched a podcast on the platform titled Archetypes in which she discusses the issues faced by women in today's society with guests.
This conference in Los Angeles at the headquarters of Spotify was therefore an opportunity for the Duchess to express herself on the situation of women around the world in front of the female employees of the group [email protected], that works for inclusiveness. Following the recent events in Iran and the violent demonstrations which followed the death of Mahsa Amini , Meghan Markle wanted to express her support for Iranian women. So she wore that day a sober black outfit consisting of a T-shirt with the inscription 'women life freedom' inscribed in Farsi, the Iranian language. The Duchess, who remains elegant in all circumstances, had associated this T-shirt with straight pants Valentino . A beautiful message carried with grace.
How did Meghan Markle dress when she was young?
From Hollywood red carpets to ceremonial events as Sussex shower , then in his new life away from royal duties, Meghan Markle has always fascinated by her outfits. If the transition from actress to member of the royal family was difficult stylistically, she managed to infuse modernity and her personal touch in the typical wardrobe of a duchess.
Throughout the time she was playing Rachel Zane in the series Suits and long before meeting the prince Harry , the American had a lot of fun with fashion. Suit shorts worn with pumps, pencil skirt matched with a crop top and a jacket in add oversize, long slit skirt, tuxedo pants associated with a bustier... Her looks were those of a young actress who follows trends, a bit of a business woman with always a touch effortless .
To say yes to her Prince Harry in May 2018, it's up to the talent of the British designer and artistic director of Givenchy at the time, Clare Waight Keller, appealed by the Duchess of Sussex. She appears in a very streamlined dress in matte white silk cady, made from just six meticulously placed seams. The piece's boat neckline highlights the delicacy of Meghan Markle's shoulders, while the three-quarter sleeves bring a touch of refined modernity. The bride wished to have all 53 Commonwealth countries with her to accompany her during this ceremony. Her silk tulle veil was therefore embroidered with lace and organza representing the distinctive flora of each Commonwealth country. In addition to these flowers, she asked to add two of her favorites, the early wintergreen, a flower that grows in Kensington Palace Gardens and the California poppy, the state flower of California .
Exit the jeans, place the pants dressed and below-the-knee dresses to honor her office as Duchess. The months following the wedding, the one who measures 1m68 adopts outfits in light shades, from pale pink to mastic through white, all signed by big houses like Givenchy or Prada for each of her official appearances. A brilliant stylistic tactic because her looks contrast with those of the Queen of England, who favors bold colors.
She then shines marine , in noir or in green , its favorite colors, and marks the spirits with its long coats which characterize its silhouette. For the greatest occasions, she covers her head with a hat .As for shoes, it is often perched on pumps Aquazzura or LK Bennett . For her interview with Oprah Winfrey, she is pregnant and wearing a black wrap dress Giorgio Armani that she appears.
Wide white or striped shirts, ripped slim jeans signed Mother , oversized denim shorts, long printed dresses, sandals, ballet flats and large bags make up Meghan Markle's wardrobe in her private life, as evidenced by the couple's Instagram account. The former actress, now mother of Archie and Lilibeth cultivates the casual chic look that she particularly likes. A fan of hats, it is no longer fascinators that style her but panama , perfect for the heat of Los Angeles where he now resides with his family.
Since the official announcement of her engagement in November 2017, her looks have been making headlines so much that we are talking about ' Meghan effect '. Indeed, many are those who want to imitate it, as evidenced by, among other things, a long beige coat in laine of the canadian brand Mackage , who found himself sold out within an hour of being worn by the Duchess. To copy her looks from her royal family period, we treat ourselves to a long beige coat in the form of a bathrobe, a pussy-bow shirt, a leather pencil skirt and a striped shirt. Pointed-toe pumps will complete this wardrobe and slender the silhouette, as will suit palazzo pants. It's your turn !Source journaldesfemmes.fr