The Duchess of Sussex opts for a relaxed, down-to-earth wardrobe for her first major royal tour since the birth of Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor.
For the first engagement of her royal tour, the stylish Duchess wore a printed, black-and-white dress from Malawi-based sustainable fashion brand, Mayamiko. She paired the dress with comfortable, stylish Carina espadrilles from Castañer.
For the second half of her first day in South Africa, Meghan changed into her Veronica Beard Cary dress which she was spotted wearing on her Austrailian tour whilst she was pregnant with baby Archie. The Duchess chose to pair the dress with Castañer’s Carina espadrilles which she wore earlier in the day.
To meet with Waves For Change charity on the second day of her tour, Meghan opted for a classic white shirt, paired with black skinny jeans from MOTHER, Madewell's Jean Jacket in Pinter Wash, Huaraches Flats in Whiskey from Brother Veillies and Madewell' Medium Transport Tote Bag in British Surplus.
On her way to a mosque after a Tea Party the Duchess of Sussex attended, Meghan wore a khaki maxi dress-shirt with a belted waist by the brand STAUD and cream Sam Edelman flats.