The Duchess of Sussex looked incredible on Thursday afternoon as she appeared in London to launch her new capsule collection with SmartWorks - the charity she is patron of. This is Meghan's first official public engagement since the birth of her son Archie Harrison and the wife of Prince Harry looked positively glowing as she smiled for the cameras. We loved her back-to-work attire, which consisted of white shirt by Misha Nonoo, a tan belt by Ralph Lauren, black trousers by Jigsaw and a pair of tan Jimmy Choo shoes. Beauty wise, the stunning royal wore her hair in a loose and flowing style and her makeup looked fresh, glowing and typically flawless.
Meghan looked incredible at John Lewis
When she met Jigsaw's chief executive Toby Foreman he completed her on the trousers saying "they look fantastic", and the Duchess replied "thank you, they're comfortable.'
WATCH: Meghan's speech at collection launch
Known as the Smart Set, it brings together leading British brands and fashion designers Jigsaw, John Lewis, Marks & Spencer and Misha Nonoo; and focuses on work wear essentials.
The range includes an elegant blazer, a pair of well-cut trousers from Jigsaw, a leather tote bag from John Lewis, a classic dress from Marks & Spencer, and the perfect crisp white shirt from the womenswear designer who pioneered ‘the capsule wardrobe’, Misha Nono.
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Meghan said of the project: "Since moving to the UK, it has been deeply important to me to meet with communities and organisations on the ground doing meaningful work and to try to do whatever I can to help them amplify their impact."
She added: "When you buy any item in the Smart Set Capsule Collection for Smart Works, the same item will be given to a Smart Works client, and with it, the confidence and support she needs to enter the workforce and take an important step in building a career."
BUY IT NOW! £125, Misha Nonoo
"Thank you to the four brands who came together in supporting Smart Works on this special project - placing purpose over profit and community over competition. In convening several companies rather than one, we’ve demonstrated how we can work collectively to empower each other - another layer to this communal success story, that I am so proud to be a part of."
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