Duchess of Sussex visits Atlas Mountains in roll cuff blazer

Today, The Duke and Duchess of Sussex continued their Moroccan tour with a short helicopter trip to the Atlas Mountains. Here Harry and Meghan meet with students and teachers from a local secondary school. Meghan even tried her hand at speaking to the girls in her high school learnt French. The Duchess tried to showcase her simple capsule style today.

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The Duchess chose an Alice and Olivia ‘Simpson Roll Cuff Collarless Blazer’ retailing for £378. The tailored long-line blazer boasts a very relaxed fit and a longer length, reaching to mid-thigh, almost giving the look of a short coat. The blazer has tailored darts down the chest toward the welt hip pockets and a large rear vent. The striking feature of this blazer is the pinstripe lining detail highlighted along the roll cuffs. The blazer is made up of a polyester/viscose/polyurethane blend. A perfect blazer for pregnancy and perhaps for a more casual and informal engagement than today’s. Alice and Olivia is a favourite brand of Meghan’s cousin-in-law, Princess Eugenie, who often sports pieces from the label. You can purchase Meghan’s Blazer here.

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Alice and Olivia Simpson Roll Cuff Collarless Blazer

Meghan wore an Aritzia ‘Wilfred Diamond Print Scarf’, retailing for a very affordable £52. The light grey scarf has a contrasting cream Aztec style pyramid pattern throughout with exaggerated frayed edges. The triangle shaped scarf is made from 100% Australian wool. You can purchase this scarf here. It is a very versatile piece for casual wear.

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Aritizia Wildred Diamond Print Scarf

A closer look at some of the fine details of the scarf below.

Aritzia Wilfred Diamond Print Blazer

The Duchess wore a simple black t-shirt under a black knit jumper and black skinny jeans. Her black jeans may be the H&M maternity range jeans she is thought to have worn in New York recently.

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Meghan later changed her top to a Babaton Roland Blouse for Aritzia, retailing for £98. The collarless white longline tunic has dropped shoulders, cuffed sleeves and a split hem. The blouse is made from Japanese crepe de chine and has a very oversized fit which plays well into Meghan’s desired look, of a relaxed ensemble. You can purchase the blouse here.

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Babaton Roland Blouse for Aritzia

Meghan started the day in her Birdies ‘The Starling’ slippers, retailing for £91. The black velvet smoking style slippers are vegan and have a 10mm heel. We saw these flats on the Australian Tour, although Meghan has owned these for a while with images of her lounging around her house in the flats appearing on her ‘TIG’ blog. You can purchase the slippers here.

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Birdies The Starling slippers

Meghan changed her flats to a pair of Manolo Blahnik ‘Carolyne’ 70 Black Satin and Velvet Polka Dot Slingback Pumps, retailing for £537. The sleek slingback style shoe has a toe vamp covered in tiny velvet polka dots and a 70mm heel height, definitely one of the lower heel heights we have seen from Meghan. The classic style was actually designed by Manolo Blahnik in 1986. These are super stylish and we love them styled with a crisp white collar shirt and skinny jeans or black pencil skirt and tights. We hope to see more of these heels in the future. You can purchase Meghan’s heels here.

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Manolo Blahnik ‘Carolyne’ 70 Black Satin and Velvet Polka Dot Slingback Pumps,

Meghan accessorised with her Boh Runga ‘Discologo’ earrings, retailing for. These 9ct gold studs feature an engraved intertwined Miromiro feather which is a “magic token of devotion that would bring loved ones back to you.” Meghan received these earrings as a gift from New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Arden when Duke and Duchess toured New Zealand late last year. You can purchase these earrings here.

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Boh Runga Disco Logo Studs

Meghan wore a pair of Illesteva ‘York’ sunglasses in Tortoise shell colour-way, retailing for £184. The rounded-frame glasses have a wide arm with the companies distinctive silver ‘I’ in each corner at the front of the frames. The brand confirmed the Duchess was wearing this style via their Instagram story. If you do not feel that tortoise shell is your thing, but love these glasses they come in a wide range of other colours. You can purchase Meghan’s glasses here.

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Illesteva York Sunglasses in Tortoise

The mother-to-be received a Henna tattoo on her hand and wore her favourite Catbird NYC ‘Threadbare’ ring on her thumb. Purchase Meghan’s ring here.

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We are not huge fans of this look today. Whilst Meghan does not look bad and there is nothing offensive about her outfit, it was just a little casual and the colour combinations of navy and black can be hard to pull off. We would’ve liked to have seen Meghan in a nice bright embroidered maxi dress akin to the traditional styles of Morroco. However, we are well aware it must be getting harder to dress at this late stage of her pregnancy.

You can get Meghan’s look here.

with thanks to @whatmegwore and @ufonomore for shoe and blouse info, @MeghansFashion for blazer and sunglasses and @GabiK_blogoKate and for scarf info.

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