Meghan Markleto the Power of Women 2023the traditional all-female awards event organized annually by the magazine Variety, has once again confirmed his style recipe made of a few simple ingredients: essentiality, monochromaticity and that now well-known passion for neutral tones.
Appointment at the Lirico theater in Milan on 25 and 26 November
Prince Harry’s wife, back in the spotlight after a period of relative distance from the red carpets, has in fact captured attention for her very refined look, given by a sinuous one-shoulder long dress designed Proenza Schouler, with light drapes on the waist, declined in an elegant beige tone with cream-colored internal inserts visible from the various slits: front, back and side ones.
Moreover, her passion for neutral shades has been well known since her court days, when she was rarely seen dressed in bright and bright colours. Among the reasons? Avoid – as she herself says in the Netflix series Meghan & Harry – to find yourself, at a public royal event, wearing clothes of the same color as the Queen or other members royal – one of the many rules of the protocol. «What’s a color they’ll probably never wear? Camel? Beige? White? So, I wore a lot of muted shades, to blend in” he explains in the series.
The outfit was completed with black accessories. Like the bag, a leather clutch bag with shoulder strap – even if hidden for the occasion – always signed Proenza Schouler and then, on the feet, the inevitable ones Aquablue, perhaps among his favorite brands. This time, however, Meghan Markle opted for a different model than usual. This is the Dangerous Liaisons 105, in suede, characterized by side openings.
For the New York summit organized on the occasion of World Mental Health Day, Prince Harry’s wife showed off a pure ivory total look, completed with a pair of earrings with a loving meaning
The look is completed by very simple mini golden earrings and a rigid bracelet. The real embodiment of the rule of rules: less is more.
Source: Vanity Fair
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