Meghan Markle is now wearing black for Royal engagements – for THIS very humble reason
Meghan Markle has changed up her style over the past few weeks, switching
The Duchess of Sussex is known for being a fashion icon in the UK, ever since she started dating Prince Harry two years ago.
Her flawless style and impeccable demeanour makes her dazzle under the spotlight, so much so that her designer outfits sell-out within minutes.
After her wedding in May, Meghan regularly sported pastel pink hues, often wore subtle colours such as white, cream and olive green.
However, the Duchess has taken her wardrobe to a darker shade – she now only wears black.
On Tuesday, Meghan was spotted wearing a £2,510 Givenchy dress at the Royal Academy of Arts, her first solo royal engagement.
The sophisticated black dress fit her shape perfectly and she finisheds her look off with a matching velvet clutch belt.
Meghan previously wore a black Altuzarra suit for the WellChild Awards and a Judith & Charles’ black tuxedo dress at the Hamilton gala performance in London.
And just last week, she wore a black top and skirt below a stunning blue Smythe coat for the launch of her charity cookbook.
Commenting on the Duchess’ style, celebrity stylist Rochelle White said Meghan wants to keep her wardrobe “simple” but classy at the same time.
She said: “Meghan knows that everyone is paying close attention to her and everything that she wears.
“I feel she is very conscious on the outfits she picks that are not only trendy, smart and eye-catching but won’t take away from what is dong.”
The Duchess’ wardrobe appears to look rather “business-like”, as Meghan switches to a more tailored look.
Ms White added: “I think that Meghan is going for a more tailored approach as it comes across as business-like.”
After she married Prince Harry in May, Meghan was regularly spotted in pale pink colours, and some experts said she wanted to “sub-consciously communicate through colour that she’s clearly in love”.
Meghan and Harry are set to embark on a 16-day Australia tour in October, and will be visiting Fiji, Tonga and New Zealand.
Harry will be hosting the 2018 Invictus Games in Sydney, where ill and wounded veterans are set to compete in a series of sporting events.
Source: EXPRESS CO UK