Meghan Markle has been turning heads the last few weeks with her chic take on autumn style, and this week she have another masterclass in wearing bright colours. 

Known for her love of neutral shades, the Duchess of Sussex has been adding more pops of colour into her wardrobe, making her closet our go-to fashion inspiration this autumn. 

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Stepping out at the One Young World summit in London this week, she dazzled in a floor-length royal purple dress by Babaton for Aritzia, which she had worn in January while pregnant when she visited Birkenhead with her husband, Prince Harry. 

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Pairing the long-sleeved gúna with her trusty navy suede court heels by Manolo Blahnik, Meghan toned down the bright purple shade, making it a more autumn-appropriate outfit. It's a subtle take on colour-clashing, but one that can be easily copied using similar shades. 

With her raven hair in long loose waves that framed her face, and her typically fresh and dewy makeup, the Duchess looked radiant and striking, and gave us major winter vibes. 

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Meghan was attending the opening ceremony of the One Young World summit, an organisation that empowers young leaders around the world. The summit brought together  2,000 people from more than 190 countries at the lavish ceremony in Royal Albert Hall in London. 

Meghan was representing The Queen's Commonwealth Trust, of which she is the Vice President. She had previously worked with One Young World at events in 2014 and 2016, after becoming an ambassador for the 2014 Dublin event. 

Irish activists were represented, too, by Sinéad Burke, who has been celebrated by Meghan for her fierce advocacy on fashion and accessibility. The Duchess included in the September issue of British Vogue, which she guest-edited, naming Burke one of her Forces for Change.