Meghan Markle Showcases Impeccable Style Mastery Amidst the Serenity of British Columbia

Meghan Markle Showcases Impeccable Style Mastery Amidst the Serenity of British Columbia

In the world of fashion, the Duchess of Sussex, Meghan Markle, continues to solidify her reputation for timeless and elegant outfits.

During her recent visit to British Columbia to promote the upcoming 2025 Invictus Games, Meghan once again showcased her impeccable fashion sense.

This article delves into her sartorial choices, emphasizing her ability to seamlessly blend designer pieces with everyday essentials while sending powerful messages through her accessories.

Effortless Elegance in the Canadian Mountains

As Meghan stepped into the Canadian mountains to promote the Invictus Games, scheduled a year from now, she effortlessly combined a relaxed yet polished style.

Her ensemble, consisting of a white Calvin Klein puffer coat, £195 Sorel ‘Joan of Arctic’ boots, £58 Blenders ‘Grove’ sunglasses, and a £320 Burberry pom-pom hat, exemplified her ability to mix high-end fashion with accessible accessories.

Noteworthy were her choice of jewellery, including the £479 Shiffon Duet Pinky Ring and the late Princess Diana’s £18,000 Cartier Française Tank watch, revealing her knack for infusing individuality into her style.

Valentine Red: A Romantic Night Out

On what appeared to be a Valentine’s night out, Meghan captivated in romantic hues of red. Her £2250 Valentino ‘V-Ring’ crossbody bag subtly hinted at the romantic occasion and perfectly complemented her Loro Piana cape coat.

Supporting one of her platforms of female empowerment, she wore her favourite £479 ‘Duet Pinky Ring’ by Shiffon, which aims to close the gender pay gap by donating profits to female founders.

Preppy Perfection at Mount Currie Community Centre

When welcomed to visit the Mount Currie Community Centre, the Duchess of Sussex used her accessories to elevate a simple Giorgio Armani coat.

Wearing a pair of £280 Le Chameau ‘Jameson’ boots, first spotted on Meghan in 2020, the quilted print and luxe leather gave a fashion-forward spin to the humble wellington boot.

She finished the preppy ensemble with her Française Tank watch, £7050 Love bracelet, and £4365 Diamond Hex tennis bracelet by Hollywood publicist-turned-jeweller Ariel Gordon.

High-Low Off-Duty Chic at Whistler Sliding Centre

Visiting the Whistler Sliding Centre, Meghan turned to Canadian store Aritzia for her £44 Babaton cashmere hat and £38 Sunday Best scarf, combined with £58 Blenders ‘Grove’ sunglasses.

She seamlessly paired these affordable pieces with a reversible Hermès bomber jacket. Giving a nod to the host country, she chose a pair of £100 Sienna boots by Canadian brand Kamik and stacked the dazzling £3900 Snowflake, £1800 Bee Chic, and £1090 Splash diamond rings from luxe Canadian jeweller Birks, which makes a virtue of its sustainable practices.

A £180 black quilted Bottega Veneta phone case completed the ensemble.

Sophisticated Neutrals and Timeless Accessories

Showing the value of investment pieces, the Duchess of Sussex recycled a pair of £215 Maxmara suede gloves, first worn in 2019.

They lent a touch of luxury to her Sentaler cape when joining families of veterans from the Canadian Armed Forces.

A sophisticated pair of £963 Co black leather riding boots were a practical choice, while a gleam of gold with her £250 Anine Bing ‘Double Cross’ earrings was a perfect finishing touch.

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