It is inevitable to look at every look she wears Meghan Markle. Not only because it is one of the most sought after ‘royals’, but because it has a very particular style that is easy to imitate. Although he usually opts for large firms, his style is very casual and We can always find more affordable alternatives with which to emulate their looks. Normally he bets on the basics, which helps us a lot to find an alternative. On other occasions he opts for classics with a ‘twist’ and it is more complicated for us, but you can always find something.
Yesterday afternoon, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry paid a visit to PS 123 Mahalia Jackson Elementary School in Harlem in New York. She became a surprise storyteller as she read ‘The Bench’, her own book, to the children in the second grade class. “Growing up, I remember a lot what it felt like not to see myself represented”said the Duchess. “Hopefully any child or family can open this book and see themselves in it, be it with glasses or freckles, with a different body shape or with a different ethnicity or religion,” he concluded.
For the occasion, opted for a ‘total look’ in burgundy. He bet everything on this shade of wine and, without a doubt, he triumphed. The main piece of his look was an ‘oversize’ style cashmere jacket with marked pockets on the outside. He wore matching pants with darts in the exact same shade of red, since they were two pieces from the same collection. The firm you chose Meghan Markle for this look is Loro Piana, a luxury brand that is full of timeless basics. The shoes, in red, were by Manolo Blahnik.
A detail that we have loved this look from Meghan Markle is that the jacket is reversible. The good thing about this type of piece is that when you feel like changing color, you just have to turn the jacket over.
Loro Piana’s reversible jacket costs € 4,400
Loro Piana’s pants cost € 1,300
Manolo Blahnik’s high-heeled shoes cost € 575
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