Meghan Markle is back to work.
The Duchess of Sussex, 38, stepped out in London for her first engagement of 2020 today at Canada House, to meet with Canada’s High Commissioner to the U.K., Janice Charette.
Meghan wore a tan coat, which appeared to be a Stella McCartney silhouette that is available from Yoox.com for $1,120. She layered the coat over a brown satin midi skirt, which looked to be from Vince.
On her feet, the Northwestern University alum sported Jimmy Choo Romy pumps in “Oxid,” which came from the brand’s spring ’18 collection. The classic pumps, also favored by Meghan’s sister-in-law Kate Middleton, have a 4-inch stiletto heel, a pointed toe and a low-cut topline, extending the length of the leg.
While the pumps are no longer available in the “Oxid” velvet chosen by Meghan, they can be purchased in a slew of other fabrications and colorways on Nordstrom.com, retailing for $595.
Meghan accessorized today’s look with Emily Mortimer earrings and a Kismet by Milka bracelet ($480 on Bloomingdales.com).
The duchess has reached for the bronze pumps before. On a March 2018 trip to Belfast in Northern Ireland, Meghan teamed the heels with a Mackage coat, a Victoria Beckham sweater and a deep green skirt by Greta Constantine. A Charlotte Elizabeth handbag completed the look.
Meghan has many pointed-toe pumps in her wardrobe, including styles from Stuart Weitzman, Manolo Blahnik and Sarah Flint. The former actress has also been spotted in sneakers from the likes of Veja, Reebok and Adidas x Stella McCartney.
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