Duchess Meghan’s royal tour wardrobe has been nothing short of extraordinary this time! Since arriving in South Africa on Sept. 23, the 38-year-old has wowed royal watchers by bringing out old favourites and new pieces, and showcased her keen sense of style while putting a mindful emphasis on sustainable fashion.
For her second event of the day on Sept. 25, the Duchess of Sussex stepped out to Cape Town’s Woodstock Exchange for Work in Progress, where she met with inspiring women entrepreneurs in the tech industry. She followed that up with a trip in to charity mothers2mothers, which trains HIV-positive women as frontline health workers in eight different African countries. While there, she made an incredible gesture by donating some of Archie Harrison’s old clothing, along with some baby items her friends’ children no longer fit!
Meghan looked completely stunning in a black Everlane jumpsuit, which she paired with black suede Manolo Blahnik pumps. She accessorized with beautiful gold earrings from GAS Bijoux. It just so happens to be the same Everlane jumpsuit we saw her in when she was pictured in a promo video for the issue of British Vogue she guest-edited earlier this year!
Earlier in the day, Meghan also chose Manolo Blahnik pumps when she and Prince Harry brought their four-month-old son Archie Harrison to meet Archbishop Desmond Tutu and his daughter, Thandeka, but those shoes were blue, not black. During that visit, she wowed in a gorgeous printed silk midi dress by Club Monaco, while her son sported a royal favourite: overalls! What’s more, the blue-and-white seersucker outfit is available through H&M for just about $30.
Meghan has been wowing with her style choices since her first engagement, when she chose a black-and-white patterned wrap dress from Malawian label Mayamiko Dalitso. Later in the day, she stepped out wearing the blue Veronica Beard dress we saw her in while she was on tour in Tonga last year.
On Sept. 24, she also re-wore a beloved dress from that Oceania tour, stepping out to a reception at the British High Commissioner’s residence in the Martin Grant maxi dress we saw her wear at Bondi Beach in Sydney. Earlier in the day, she stepped out to Monwabisi beach wearing a jean jacket and black jeans, and looked stunning when she and Harry visited Auwal Mosque, the oldest mosque in South Africa, sporting an olive green shirt dress by Staud and a cream headscarf.
We can’t wait to see what other amazing sartorial choices Meghan makes this tour!