The Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s royal tour of southern Africa got underway on Monday (September 23).
Meghan was of course center of attention, with three outfit changes in two days.
Justice Desk initiative in Nyanga Township Visit: The Duchess appealed to the locals right away wearing a black and white wrap dress from Malawi-made fashion label Mayamiko. The Dalitso dress is made from locally sourced cotton. All pieces from the brand are designed with ethical trading and sustainability in mind.
The wrap silhouette proved flexible enough for the Duchess to bust a few dance moves.
Her favourite Castaner Carina espadrilles completed her look.
District 6 Museum and Homecoming Centre Visit: The royal re-wore the Veronica Beard shirt dress she wore almost a year ago in Tonga.
I much prefer the shoes she wore the first time, but her Castaner wedges do seem practical for a walk around.
Auwal Mosque Visit: To mark Heritage Day today (September 24), Meghan and Harry visited the first and oldest mosque in South Africa.
The Duchess appeared respectful wearing a Staud Millie dress which she wore with cream headscarf and nude pumps for the engagement.
Outside she walked around the town with a flower given to her by local in her hair.
As appropriate as this dress was, she’s drowning in fabric.
The dress should’ve been tailored to fit her correctly as she is both petite and has a short torso. I’m constantly surprised that her wardrobe stylist hasn’t addressed the latter issue.
The one thing I liked most about this trip, is that she traveled with a hair stylist.
Lord knows we were tired of those wispy fly aways.
I love how her hair has more volume and some waves on this trip.
Which of the three looks was your favourite?