The Dukes of Sussex continue their official visit to South Africa, the first they have done since their first child, Archie, was born on May 6. For this long-awaited visit, Meghan Markle has chosen a most practical and flattering travel wardrobe in which there is no lack of pieces from sustainable fashion brands, such as the black Everlane jumpsuit that she wore last week, and curiously all the outfits You have chosen have one thing in common: the waist marked with a bow or belt. Everyone.
The Duchess started the morning visiting the University of Johannesburg where she gave a talk on gender equality in which we were able to see her in a blazer dress, one of her favorite styles, with double buttons and, again, a belt, Banana Republic.
As we have seen in the brand's online store, the dress is still available for / p>
For her second act, the former "Suits" actress has chosen a look very similar to the previous one, this time in khaki green and short sleeves, which she has combined with shoes of the same style, in suede and pointed, but in black..
This is a piece of the Room 502 brand that, as they explain on their website, have a responsible production chain in which they care about their environmental impact, using recyclable materials and biodegradable packaging and traditional artisan techniques in India.