The best Meghan Markle stylizations in 2021










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2021 was the first year that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex spent entirely as ordinary citizens. The couple began a new chapter after they made their last public appearance as royalty in a Commonwealth service in March 2020. Meghan and Harry have entered new roles as entrepreneurs and producers in recent months, but the changes have affected more than just the business realm. Now they can fully express themselves in a way they could never, being official members of the British Royal Family. They can show the world their hitherto unknown face.

This new freedom for them manifests itself in everything. The prince began to openly display his political views and get involved in projects to publicize climate change. The Duchess, on the other hand, inaugurated activities supporting working women and began to make decisions in harmony with herself. Some of Markle’s wardrobe items have remained consistent with her elegant and minimalist style from her time as an actress. The Duchess has always loved monochrome, delicate jewelry and expressive coats. Now, however, she has space for experimentation, which made her stylizations in 2021 more interesting. Being pregnant with her daughter Lilibet, Meghan opted for modern prints and delicate colors. In February, she appeared on Spotify Stream On in a sleeveless dress with a citrus print from Oscar de la Renta. In May at VaxLive, where she was one of the many celebrities encouraging vaccination, she chose a pink floral shirtdress by Carolina Herrera.

After pregnancy, in September, Markle traveled with Harry to New York to begin his first series of public solo performances. The outfits she prepared for these occasions were the definition of luxury used by company managers and world leaders. Markle has abandoned royal robes in favor of royal red sets by Loro Piana and elegant coats by Max Mary. There were also moments of fun with fashion, such as when she appeared on stage in a Valentino dress during the Global Citizen Live concert in Central Park. Short and girlish, with jewelry, decorative flowers, it resembled fashionable miniatures from André Courrèges and Mary Quant.

For actors and musicians, playing with fashion is something normal, but during her time at the British court, Meghan stuck to subdued outfits. While she’s been brilliantly wearing fascinators and dresses just below the ankle, it’s nice to watch her change her style and implement new ideas. A breakthrough moment for Meghan’s style was the presentation of a young designer who brought a breath of freshness to her sometimes traditional creations. In November, at the annual Salute to Freedom gala at the Intrepid Museum, Markle was again wearing a Wes Gordon design. The creative director of Carolina Herrera designed a dazzling red gown for Meghan especially for this occasion. With a deep neckline, an opening to reveal the legs and an eye-catching crimson color, the dress was a perfect match for the American princess who boldly shows her own style.

The text originally appeared on Vogue.com.

Styling by Giorgio Armani.

In a Max Mary coat, Aquazzura high heels and Cartier earrings.

In a Max Mary coat, a Lafayette 148 skirt, Valentino glasses and a Valextra purse.

In a coat from Max Mary.

In a Valentino dress, Manolo Blahnik high heels and a Cartier watch.

Styling from Oscar de la Renta.

In a Co Collection top, pants and cape.

Styling by Carolina Herrera.

Complete with Loro Piana brand.

In a dress by Carolina Herrera, stilettos by Giuseppe Zanotti, a Cartier bracelet and earrings by Birks.

Janelle Okwodu


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