Last week, Meghan Markle was in the UK for her first solo trip since the royal wedding. The Duchess of Sussex traveled alone for three days, visiting London’s Borough Market and Kensington Palace before heading back to her childhood home in Los Angeles. She stayed at Kensington Palace with her son Archie and daughter-in-law Kate Middleton during this time.
During these visits to England, however, rather than wearing high-end clothing or accessories from expensive brands like Gucci or Dolce & Gabbana (despite being a former television actress), it was revealed that Meghan wore sustainable work wear from British brand Club Monaco instead.
This isn’t surprising given that Markle is an advocate for sustainable fashion. As a style expert who has been featured on shows like First Wives Club and That Girl Who Is Not Me, Markle knows what works for women’s wardrobes and she also knows how to make them look stylish while doing good at the same time!
The Duchess of Sussex
The Duchess of Sussex, who returned to the UK on Tuesday evening and was greeted by her husband Prince Harry at Heathrow Airport, had a busy work schedule.
She was working on behalf of sustainability Awards 2020, an initiative that aims to raise awareness about sustainable fashion. The awards were founded by Dr. Caroline Lucas MP and are sponsored by Stella McCartney. In addition to this work, she has been meeting with leading businesses to promote their commitment to reducing plastic waste
Association of Commonwealth Universities (ACU)
Meghan started the day in a conversation with the Association of Commonwealth Universities (ACU) before joining a talk with students from the University of Sunderland to discuss her clothing initiative Styl View.
The program is designed to help people who are interested in sustainable work wear, and it’s been running since 2015 at universities across Europe. It brings designers, retailers, and consumers together to develop new products that can help reduce waste while also looking good on your body.
Meghan discussed how she came up with this idea, how it evolved into what it is today a platform for collaboration between students, artists, and fashion experts, and why it matters so much for future generations.
Meghan met with the Social Change Organization Smart Works
After taking part in the first few meetings, Meghan met with the social change organization Smart Works, which helps women find employment.
Smart Works runs a mentoring program that pairs apprentices with experienced workers to learn new skills while they help each other out. The Duchess helped two women get ready for interviews with clothing and accessories from her capsule collection for Marks & Spencer, Smart Works, and John Lewis & Partners. “It was very important to me because it’s something I know how much value it has,” she said of meeting with Smart Works staff members during her trip.
Her Capsule Collection for Marks & Spencer, Smart Works, and John Lewis & Partners
During their visit to Smart Works, the Duchess helped two women get ready for interviews with clothing and accessories from her capsule collection for Marks & Spencer, Smart Works, and John Lewis & Partners.
She said: “I am so excited to be able to help these women who have been given the chance to start something new. I hope they will be successful in their new businesses.”
Meghan Markle is a global fashion icon, and she is also interested in how her clothes are made. To support companies that are making sustainable fashion, Prince Harry’s former fiancée has launched an initiative called Styl View.
For Styl View
Styl View, The Duchess paired a black turtleneck sweater and slim pants by Hugo Boss with long diamond earrings.
The Duchess also wore an all-black outfit while at the Royal Albert Hall on October 1st. The Duchess looked elegant in a fitted black skirt, matching top, and heels (all from her closet).
The Third Outfit Consisted of a Blazer by Jigsaw
The third outfit consisted of a blazer by Jigsaw, Stuart Weitzman heels, and a tote bag by Verbena London.
The blazer is made from recycled plastic and 100% vegan leather. It’s available for online purchase at www.jigsawfashion.com/meghan-Markle-ugly-dictionary
Meghan’s Outfits have shown us How she can make Sustainable Fashion Look Stylish
Meghan’s outfits have shown us how she can make sustainable fashion look stylish. She has been a great influence on how we dress, and her work has inspired designers all over the world.
Meghan’s style is simple, but it’s also elegant and tasteful. Her approach to sustainability was always about making sure that what she wore would last for years (and not just until it became a landfill). That’s why she chose to wear hemp in most of her designs it’s strong, durable, and naturally resistant to mold!
The result? A beautiful collection of clothes made from natural fibers like cotton or wool that are comfortable enough for everyday wear, but still feel like they were handmade by an expert craftsman who knows how important quality is when it comes down to shopping!
We hope that this article has inspired you to try some sustainable fashion. There are many different ways to do it, and we have only touched on some of them here. By combining your creativity with the knowledge that comes from experts in various fields and industries, you will be able to create sustainable looks for yourself or your company. The most important thing is not just how much waste goes into creating what you wear but also how much is left over after production – this can determine whether or not there is enough material available for reuse or recycling!