The Duchess of Sussex has mastered the art of Royal Tour dressing. The elegant mom of one stepped out for a solo engagement in a black jumpsuit by Everlane and a pair of gold statement earrings after meeting with Desmond Tutu at his Legacy Foundation in Cape Town.
The duchess was visiting female entrepreneurs at the UK-SA Tech Hub at Woodstock Exchange and also made a visit to a local non-profit. In a sweet gesture, Meghan kissed a girl named Amara’s hand as she visited the African not-for-profit organization ‘mothers2mothers’
The duchess stepped out in a chic flared jumpsuit for the engagements sans Prince Harry. Meghan had worn the Japanese GoWeave Essential Jumpsuit previously in images of her behind the scenes work for British Vogue’s famed September issue.
The sophisticated one-piece features a double-V neckline neck, wide legs and a removable tie belt to create a more feminine silhouette. Plus, it’s made of drapey, wrinkle-resistant Japanese GoWeave—a breathable fabric that’s lightweight and travels well.
Meghan accessorized the look with her Gas Bijoux earrings. The earrings feature 24-karat gold plated brass in a wrapped chain design.
For footwear, the duchess opted for Manolo Blahnik BB pointed pumps in black suede.
The former actress gave the look a little more glam with a Zofia cuff.
And completed the ensemble with a Jennifer Meyer ‘Marquise’ ring.