Like so many of us this year, Meghan Markle has become well acquainted with Zoom.
Over the past few months, she and her husband have made various appearances from their home in California, to discuss issues close to their hearts, including education, racial equality, and voting.
To talk about such important topics, Meghan’s wardrobe has been suitably sleek and powerful…
In a black suit…
Meghan and Harry recently led a conversation for TIME100 Talks, entitled ‘Engineering a Better World’, that featured guests like entrepreneur and Reddit co-founder Alexis Ohanian. Meghan kept things simple and professional for the session, wearing a black blazer and white blouse – with Harry wearing something very similar.
Meghan wore characteristically delicate jewellery, with some suggesting the Cartier watch she’s seen wearing was Princess Diana’s.
In a maxi dress…
"How can I make this world better for Archie?"— FORTUNE (@FortuneMagazine) October 13, 2020
Meghan, The Duchess of Sussex says at the #FortuneMPW Next Gen Summit that motherhood has made her both more cautious—and more courageous—as a leader. pic.twitter.com/pJXoweVYUH
Meghan chose a more relaxed look for her conversation with Fortune editor Emma Hinchliffe, to discuss social media and motherhood. The weather is obviously balmy in California, as she wore a summery strappy maxi dress by the brand Hope For Flowers. The Pointlist Swirl Slip Dress from the label’s summer 2020 collection is now sold out, but was a rare injection of pattern into Meghan’s wardrobe – she’s normally a fan of block colours.
In a turtleneck…
For International Day of the Girl, Meghan and Harry spoke with Malala Yousafzai about the importance of educating girls. Turtlenecks are a classic choice, and Meghan gave her black top an edge by wearing a sleeveless style with a subtle ribbed effect. It’s the Miranda top by Anine Bing, costing $229, and was worn with simple white trousers.
Paying tribute to Ruth Bader Ginsburg…
Extremely thankful Harry and Meghan took the time out of their day to highlight our work.— Teenager Therapy (@TeenagerTherapy) October 11, 2020
They're incredible pic.twitter.com/jHTvxQBLPc
Meghan paid tribute to the late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg by wearing a t-shirt emblazoned with her initials, ‘RBG’. The unisex top is available on Etsy, costing £20.10.
In a statement, Meghan said: "With an incomparable and indelible legacy, Ruth Bader Ginsburg will forever be known as a woman of brilliance, a justice of courage, and a human of deep conviction. She has been a true inspiration to me since I was a girl."
In an asymmetrical top…
"We must end structural racism in Britain"— Evening Standard (@EveningStandard) October 1, 2020
Harry and Meghan spoke to @eveningstandard exclusively about their new campaign for Black History Month.
Watch the full video here ⬇️ #BHMNextGenTrailblazers pic.twitter.com/YjjOCEzPWr
Earlier this month, Harry and Meghan spoke with the Evening Standard in honour of Black History Month to discuss structural racism. For the occasion, she championed Victor Glemaud, the black designer behind Glemaud. The Slash Long Sleeve Top, costing $375, is the perfect example of how to show off your style on Zoom by using an interesting, asymmetrical neckline.
In a striped shirt…
Meghan, The Duchess of Sussex says we need a "reckoning" with how social platforms influence our lives and society. But, she says, "this isn't a dismissal of all things online." #FortuneMPW pic.twitter.com/iPaIyZydzZ— FORTUNE (@FortuneMagazine) September 29, 2020
In another virtual event with Fortune – this time for the Most Powerful Women Summit – Meghan opted for a relaxed yet professional look, thanks to a striped shirt from brand With Nothing Underneath. The label focuses on making slouchy yet tailored boyfriend shirts, founded by former Vogue stylist and Tatler editor Pip Durell. It’s not the first time Meghan has worn a shirt from the brand, perhaps because its environmentally-friendly ethos fits with her sustainability goals.
In Victoria Beckham…
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex: "Congratulations to this year's transformative leaders and change makers. You work tirelessly to create a better world, a better global community for all of us" #TIME100 https://t.co/3aojLBhOVu pic.twitter.com/aqOkVUNFBX— TIME (@TIME) September 23, 2020
To honour the leaders and changemakers of the TIME100 and to urge Americans to register to vote, Meghan chose to wear a favourite label: Victoria Beckham. She’s often seen in Beckham’s sleek, modern designs, this time wearing a silk brown shirt paired with simple black trousers and black heels.