Meghan Markle‘s latest look is proof that she can pull off neutrals just as well as bold colors. After delivering a keynote speech at the One Young World Summit in Manchester wearing head-to-toe red, the Duchess of Sussex arrived in Dusseldorf making a strong case for summer workwear in muted shades.
The 41-year-old joined Prince Harry ahead of the Invictus Games in Germany and stepped out wearing a cream knitted halter neck top by Anine Bing. She paired it with belted high-waisted beige trousers by Brandon Maxwell, with legs wide enough to cover her white pointed toe heels entirely. Her signature messy bun, a Cartier Tank watch, and Love bracelet completed her chic daytime look, which was complemented by Prince Harry’s grey suit.
Markle is known to favor neutrals on less busy days, seemingly reserving the bright pops of color for more public appearances. After landing in Euston to take a train to Manchester for the summit, Markle was spotted in a taupe silk cashmere polo by Brandon Maxwell, with camel-colored trousers and suede Manolo Blahnik heels.
The relaxed tailoring and breezy separates from discreet and sustainable labels represent Markle’s personal style, more so after the couple stepped down as senior royals two years ago. Their recent trip to the UK and now Germany marks their first visit to Europe since celebrating the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee earlier this year. It is safe to say that more polished looks that serve up plenty of businesswear inspiration are to be expected from Markle as they head back to the UK for the WellChild Awards soon.
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