On an overcast day in Montecito on Thursday August 10th 2023, the Duchess of Sussex was spotted leaving an appointment in a Max Mara coat and Chanel slingbacks.
Meghan was dressed for cool coastal temperatures in her Max Mara Rispoli coat — the duchess has owned the classic camel hair wrap coat for the past few years. She last wore the celebrity beloved outerwear for a trip to New York City with Prince Harry in the fall of 2021. Similar Rialto Hooded Coat at Nordstrom
In addition to her Italian made coat, she was spotted in new white denim — Frame Le Skinny de Jeanne jeans. Designed with a stretchy cotton construction, the flattering jeans have a low rise and figure hugging silhouette. Similar Le Frame jeans in white
The duchess looked effortlessly stylish carrying her Goyard St. Louis PM tote bag — the mom of two has owned the $1600 white Goyardine bag since her days working on Suits. She was frequently snapped carrying the off-white Goyardine printed canvas bag on walks to yoga class, shopping trips and on the set of Suits.
Meghan’s bag has leather handles, a spacious beige canvas interior, and detachable pochette.
In addition to her ivory ‘blanc’ colored jeans and white-grey shoulder bag, Meghan added interest to her look with a whimsical scarf from the house of Hermes. She opted for a cashmere and silk scarf designed by Filipe Jardim and made in France. The colorful shawl features scenes from a farming village in the pine woods, a terrace cafe and a view of a bay on the southwest coast of France.
Meghan also wore her Givenchy Double G Belt for her makeup-free outing. The belt was last worn by the duchess twice in the summer of 2018 when she accompanied the Queen on an engagement and again in Ireland.
For accessories, she wore her Lanvin Arpege Sleeper hoop earrings in gold.
The duchess also wore a new wellness body patch from the brand NuCalm. The anti-stress patch is believed calm the user with vibrational frequencies and disrupt the cortisol and adrenaline response. The transdermal patches contain GABA and L-theanine and act like soothing software for the brain to reprogram the fight-or-flight response and activate the parasympathetic system. The calm-inducing resonance patches are typically worn on the wrist but can also be applied to the shoulder blade or the ball of the foot — the Biosignal Processing Discs cost about $4 per patch (each is a one-time use) and the company has been endorsed by biohackers like Ben Greenfield and Tony Robbins. In addition to stress relief and relaxation, the patches can also be used to improve sleep quality.
NuCalm posted on their Instagram stories showing Meghan wearing their patch.