The Duchess of Sussex, who is the patron of the National Theatre, visited the Immersive Storytelling Studio in London to see how VR is being used to create new forms of emotive storytelling. Meghan chose an all white ensemble for the occasion.
The Duchess chose a top from UK high-street brand Topshop. Meghan wore the ‘Ivory Organza Sleeve Button Through Blouse’, retailing for £42. The top has puff organza sleeves with cinched elasticised bands at the elbows, a plunge v-neckline with rouleau loop buttons down the centre. The top is quite short and boxy and would definitely look best tucked in. The blouse made from a mix of Viscose and Polyamide. We love this top, it’s very pretty and feminine, though do warn that sometimes this type of material can be quite hot to wear! Unfortunately the top has sold out though you can still view it here. You can try the top in black, pale pink or baby blue.
Meghan chose the Roland Mouret ‘Moka’ skirt, retailing for £595. The skirt has a chevron textured fabric and a pointed slit at the front and the back. We are not big fans of two slits in a skirt, probably either one slit at the front or the back would be better. The skirt has an elegant and feminine tailored line to a midi-length. A great piece for a Friday work wardrobe. The skirt is unfortunately sold out, though you can still view it here. Purchase the skirt at a reduced cost in cream here.
The Duchess of Sussex wore our Moka skirt to add to her white ensemble during her visit to the National Theatre this week.
Image courtesy of Chris Allerton. pic.twitter.com/FpBrFTjYky
— ROLAND MOURET (@RolandMouret) March 6, 2020
The Duchess carried a small top handle bag from Loewe ‘Postal Bag’ retailing for £1,884. The black leather bag has two short handles and an optional detachable shoulder strap and one large inside compartment. The upper corner of the bag is stamped with the Loewe logo. The small top handle bag comes in a range of colours and prints including tan, nude and white. You can purchase Meghan’s bag here, here, here and here.
Meghan wore the Aquazurra ‘Mae Pump 85’, retailing for £605. These shoes have quite a vintage 1980’s feel to them. We really like the Mabe pearl detailing across the bands of the shoe, which transforms this shoe into an elegant evening option. The 85mm thin stiletto heels are made from a rich black velvety suede with a sling back strap and pointed toe at the front. You can purchase these pumps here.
The Duchess accessorised with the Sophie Lis ‘Love Pendant, retailing for £280. The pendant hangs from a gold link chain set with diamonds and three rubies, with the words “Qu’Hier, Que Demain’ etched into the circle with a rope border. The diamonds and rubies are set in 22ct gold vermeil. The website states that:
“The pendant symbolises eternal love and reflects the poem with a + in diamonds and a – in rubies
I love you
More (+) than yesterday (qu’hier)
Less (-) than tomorrow (que demain)”
10% of each sale goes directly to Wild at Heart Foundation; the Wild at Heart Foundation is a charity dedicated to helping animals especially stray dogs. You can purchase the necklace here.
Meghan was also wearing her Jessica McCormack ‘Chi Chi rose gold and diamond bracelet, retailing for £9,500. The bracelet is crafted from 18k rose gold and is set with a 0.50 carats of diamonds in a Georgian setting. You can purchase the bracelet here.
Emulate Meghan’s chic all white look here:
with thanks to @whatmeghanwore for fashion info