Once again joining her husband, The Duchess of Sussex visited the township of Tembisa to learn about Youth Employment Services. For the second last engagement of the tour, Meghan was dressed in a white midi shirt dress by Hannah Lavery.
Donning another shirt dress style, Meghan chose ‘The Tencel Shirt Dress’ by Local designer Hannah Lavery and retails for a mere £15. Lavery’s designs are quite simplistic and easy to wear with many muted tone capsule pieces in black, white and grey, a style of dress we know Meghan is fond of.
The long sleeve shirt dress features a sharp pointed down collar, front centre buttons, a self-tie belt and a drop curved hem with side splits. The dress is crafted from 100% tencel fabric and is a limited edition. The dress is able to be style in multiple ways including as a dress, over pants or even as a jacket. You can purchase Meghan’s dress here.
We love this dress as a very affordable option to get the Duchess’ look. Purchase here.
Meghan wore her Stuart Weitzman ’Legend‘ pumps. Whilst the heels do work well with the outfit, we would like to see a different shoe choice with this look just to mix it up a little for the tour, perhaps an espadrille wedge or even a mule.
The Duchess added a pair of bright coral coloured tassel earrings from Madewell, the ‘Stone and Tassel Earrings’. These earrings are quite a different look for Meghan and quite a departure from the yellow gold and diamond styles she so often favours. These earrings are an older style and have sold out, though you can view them here.
The white beaded bracelet the Duchess wore, was a gift given to her during the tour. The bracelet is inter-dispersed with a green, orange, red and black beads.
We loved this fresh styling on Meghan, a great look.
You can get Meghan’s look here:
With thanks to @HeavenQRF for earring ID