Meghan Markle and Prince Harry stepped out today to attend the Invictus Games Dusseldorf 2023 – One Year To Go events. The Duchess looked absolutely stunning in a pastel ensemble.
Today’s look was very different to the Duchess’ vibrant red blouse and trousers from Another Tomorrow for yesterday’s appearance in Manchester.
This afternoon she opted for a white ribbed halter-neck vest in turtle-neck style.
This was called the Anine Bing Kylin Sweater in Ivory.
She paired this with a pair of floor-length trousers in blush pink, the £1,040 Brandon Maxwell Belted pleated wool-blend twill wide-leg pants, cinched in at the waist with a chunky belt.
She accessorised with some minimal gold jewellery, two bangles and a pair of studded earrings.
She also went for a few rings on one hand, in addition to her stunning engagement sparkler.
Meghan is a big fan of halter-necks, even wearing a white dress in this style at her wedding for her second dress.
The show-stopping gown was a Stella McCartney number, described by Kensington Palace as a “bespoke lily white high neck gown made of silk crepe”.
For makeup, she went for a bronzed, dewy look, wearing a sweep of black eyeliner.
She also wore a subtle pink lipstick which complemented the trousers.
The Duchess’ trousers touch the ground and therefore do not show off her shoes.
However, royal fans got a small glimpse of them, and they appear to be a pair of classic pointed toe nude pumps.
Meghan fans have taken to social media to praise the Duchess’ latest look.
Twitter user @anastacey310 called her a “fashion icon”: “Meghan’s style is unmatched to any royal woman. Absolutely fabulous.”
Instagram user @franceszwei added: “Contemporary, modern, trendsetter.”
However, others questioned Meghan’s choice of trousers, with some fans remarking that they were not a perfect fit.
@sonyakayani explained: “She looks nice overall but the pants seem too large for her and are making her look shorter which is strange as she is a tall girl.”
@jadorelainie seconded this: “I like the top and the pants’ colour, but the fit not so much.”