Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan are marking the start of the UK’s Black History Month with a call for change. In an interview with the Evening Standard, the Sussexes shared their hopes for racial quality and to end structural racism in Britain. For the virtual Q&A—the duchess wore an autumnal outfit with a tan asymmetric cut out shirt and brown leather pants.

Meghan opted for a slash long sleeve asymmetric top from Victor Glemaud. The shirt was also seen on the cover of Health Magazine with Mary J. Blige wearing the top and coordinating pencil skirt for the October 2020 issue.

Meghan paired the cut out sweater with brown leather pants believed to be the Hayley style from British designer Stella McCartney. The faux leather high-rise toffee brown trousers feature subtle textured panels and a high rise. (ID Meghan’s Mirror).

The pants are the perfect choice for a high fashion look while being environmentally conscious and offer a trendy take on fall fashion.

Also on display in their Montecito home was Meghan and Harry’s collection of nest prints from Barloga Studios based in San Leandro, California.

Also on display was a rustic blanket ladder with a gray and white striped throw. The decorative ladder in a gray wash was surrounded by house plants. A similar look can be purchased at Wayfair.