All of the Outfits Meghan Markle Has Worn in Her Virtual Appearances This Year
We're charting the Duchess of Sussex's best online looks.
Though her outfits have always undoubtedly been great, since relocating to her home state of California earlier this year, Meghan Markle has really honed in on her signature style. Taking part in an array of Zoom calls to talk about various topics close to her heart, the Duchess of Sussex has been – as always – deliberate in her style choices, choosing to re-wear pieces from her wardrobe as well as highlight indie designers and ethical brands. Below, we chart all of Meghan’s Zoom call outfits to inspire your next video-on moment:
Sleek suiting is classic Meghan – and for her most recent virtual appearance for the TIME100 Talks, Meghan opted for a black power suit paired with a white top underneath. Meghan has previously worn a similar look from Alexander McQueen but the brand of this particular suit is currently unknown. Regardless, a black blazer is never a bad option to elevate your Zoom style in a snap.
Fortune Next Gen Summit
For the Fortune Next Gen Summit, where Meghan spoke about the dangers of social media, she wore a spaghetti strap sundress from designer Tracy Reese’s Hope for Flowers brand. The designer uses sustainably sourced materials, like organic cotton and organic linen, to create her pieces, which have also been worn by the likes of Michelle Obama and Sarah Jessica Parker.
Teenager Therapy Podcast
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To record an episode of the Teenager Therapy podcast at their home in Montecito, Meghan opted for two items from Etsy honouring the late Ruth Bader Ginsburg: a T-shirt featuring the initials R.B.G. from Seattle-based brand FerrisBuilt and a face mask with the quote “When there are nine” from JustPoshStyle. Meghan teamed the pieces with a J. Crew striped sweater tied casually around her neck, and dark blue denim.
In conversation with Malala Yousafzai for International Day of the Girl
On October 11, Prince Harry and Meghan joined activist Malala Yousafzai for a discussion to coincide with International Day of the Girl. For the chat, Meghan opted for a sleeveless black turtleneck bodysuit from TUXE Bodywear (an ethically-produced workwear brand which she has previously worn), which she teamed with cream trousers, a slick, middle-parted bun and a bold berry lip.
Evening Standard interview
In one of her coolest Zoom looks to date, for an evening with British newspaper Evening Standard Meghan wore a camel colour long sleeve top with a cutout neckline by Victor Glemaud teamed with a pair of rich chocolate brown leather pants.
Fortune Most Powerful Women Summit
“If you listen to what I actually say, it’s not controversial.”
— FORTUNE (@FortuneMagazine) September 29, 2020
Just as suiting is a key part of Meghan’s wardrobe, so too is a crisp button down shirt. For her first virtual summit with Fortune in September, Meghan opted for a white and blue button down shirt from With Nothing Underneath, teamed with the gold Kismet necklace from Edge of Ember.
America’s Got Talent
For a surprise appearance on the America’s Got Talent finale to wish contest Archie Williams good luck, Meghan wore a neutral silk button shirt from Victoria Beckham which she paired with the key fall wardrobe essential: leather pants.
This marked the pair’s first primetime television appearance since stepping down as senior royals, and whilst she encouraged people to vote in the upcoming US election, Meghan wore an autumnal-hued silk shirt from Victoria Beckham, paired with cropped black trousers from Alexander McQueen which she wore for an outing in Birmingham, UK, back in 2018.
Smart Works anniversary
On September 12, Meghan celebrated the one year anniversary of her workwear capsule collection for Smart Works. Taking part in a Zoom call to speak with women whose lives have been positively impacted by Smart Works, Meghan wore a white Alexander McQueen blazer and a terracotta-hued tank from Nili Lotan.
Backyard chat with Gloria Steinem
In one of our favourite looks ever, Meghan was the epitome of California cool when she sat down to chat with feminist icon Gloria Steinem earlier this year. Sitting in her backyard (accompanied by her dogs), Meghan wore a simple white tee paired with striped wide-leg trousers by Anine Bing, Rhea sandals by Stella McCartney and a chic, oversized sun hat by Janessa Leone.
The 19th Virtual Summit
Meghan’s neon orange Hugo Boss silk tank top took centre stage during her chat with Emily Ramshaw of non-profit organization The 19th.
Girls Up Leadership Summit
To address the young women taking part in the Girl Up Leadership Summit, Meghan opted for a bright blue top from Adam Lippes and gave us all a lesson in understated-but-statement dressing for virtual calls.
Smart Works call
“It’s been such an honour to meet and learn from so many talented women in the Smart Works network over the years, and recently to see the amazing work they’re doing to adapt their programs to the reality of this pandemic. pic.twitter.com/5PegGOg7AB
— Smart Works Charity (@SmartWorksHQ) April 29, 2020
On one of her first Zoom calls, Meghan called a woman from the Smart Works program ahead of a job interview to wish her luck. For the call, she chose to re-wear a key autumnal piece from her wardrobe in the form of the Joseph Cashair Sweater which she owns in the rich berry hue, and paired it with the Visionary Necklace from Edge of Ember.