If there’s one thing we love about the Duchess of Sussex, it’s her style. Meghan Markle has always been a bit of a fashion icon since her days as Rachel Zane in the hit TV show, Suits. And now, following her marriage to Prince Harry, the Duchess has stepped it up a notch.
The Duchess of Sussex recently announced that she has guest edited the September issue of British Vogue. While she was not featured on the cover itself, we have still been given a glimpse into what the Duchess got up to behind-the-scenes.
In a recent video shared to the @SussexRoyal Instagram page, Meghan can be seen linking arms with editor Edward Enninful as they look together during the photoshoot.
But of course, all eyes were on the Duchess’s gorgeous jumpsuit which is from one of her favourite labels, Everlane. The all-in-one piece is the Japanese GoWeave Essential Jumpsuit, which costs £98.60 online.
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The jumpsuit has received rave reviews online thanks to its breathable, crease-free fabric and the good news is that the brand ships internationally.
This is not the first time Meghan has opted for an affordable piece from Everlane. One of the Duchess’ most memorable style moments was back in 2017 when she had her first public appearance with Prince Harry at the Invictus Games.
It was here we got a glimpse into the former Hollywood star’s signature style, which included her Mother Denim Jeans, Misha Noono button-down, Sarah Flint flats and of course, her sleek Everlane Day Market Tote bag.
The Italian leather tote of course sold out everywhere after Meghan was captured carrying it, but luckily the bag comes in different sizes and colours to suit every style and is still available online for £143.61.
So what is it about Everlane and should it be on our radar? Absolutely.
Founded by Michael Preysman in San Francisco, Everlane launched online in November 2011. And like Meghan, the label cares about sustainability and ethical practices, as well as being transparent to their customers. On the website, the company says it “partners with the best, ethical factories around the world” and sources only the best materials.
It has launched denim made at the world’s cleanest factory that has committed to eliminating all virgin plastic from their supply chain by 2021. The company also donates money made from Black Friday sales to improve the lives of those who work in the factories.
Meghan Markle’s guest edited British Vogue September Issue and chose 15 inspirational women who have made an impact for the issue they call ‘Forces for Change’.
The edition, which is out on Friday, also features an interview between Meghan and former first lady, Michelle Obama.
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