Anna Wintour just might switch up her classic look, and it’s all thanks to the Duchess of Sussex. The fashion mogul is well-known for her trademark style of sunglasses, a blunt bob and dresses or long skirts. But in a recent interview, Anna revealed she’s considering introducing a new look to her curated wardrobe.
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The editor-in-chief of Vogue opened up about the potential switch while chatting with Tina Brown at Brown’s “Women in the World” summit on Friday (April 12). “I’ve been thinking a lot about suits recently so... Thank you to the Duchess of Sussex,” she remarked to the audience.
“I think that’s an entirely personal decision,” she said when asked how she discovered her signature look. “It’s probably an easier decision to wear the same thing every day and not have to be concerned. Maybe it’s a little bit boring and time to change.”
If it is time for Anna to switch things up, it’s certain Meghan would be delighted to go on a shopping trip with her. Anna went on to praise Meghan’s style choices on some of the royal appearances she’s made since marrying Prince Harry in May 2018.
“When she went on that trip to Australia and New Zealand, she was very respectful in choosing a lot of unknown Australian designers to wear, which was great,” the fashion mogul remarked. “But I think, more importantly, she’s really bringing modernity to the Royal Family in a way that is inspiring.”
While the mom-to-be has been wearing more dresses and skirts since officially becoming a royal, a good pair of trousers is still one of her go-to looks. One of her most chic pantsuit moments occurred during her whirlwind two-day trip to Ireland with Harry. The duchess was the picture of cool in a black pantsuit by Givenchy, one of her favourite designers, while visiting Croke Park in Dublin. The structured blazer and trouser combo was the perfect refined look for a day out in the Irish city.
Meghan stunned in an Alexander McQueen pantsuit for her first-ever evening royal engagement in February 2018. She went on to wear a similar look while attending the WellChild Awards with Prince Harry in September 2018, pairing an Altuzarra pantsuit with a silk Deitas camisole and Stella McCartney clutch.