Meghan Markle’s style is evolving from actor to royal to activist.
MEGHAN MARKLE turns 40 tomorrow (Wednesday, August 4th), and royal watchers are looking forward to seeing how her style evolves as she enters her next decade.
The founder of Stories With Clothes, Abbey Booth, spoke exclusively to This website about Meghan’s style in her twenties and thirties. “As an up-and-coming ambitious actress in her 20s, she was frequently seen on the red carpet in figure-hugging short dresses favoring strapless, Bardot, and one-shoulder styles generally in brilliant reds, burgundy, blacks, and on sometimes neutrals,” Abbey added. Because she is a strawberry shape, she was not ashamed to flaunt her legs and wear above-the-knee styles in her 20s and early 30s, and this is one of the fashions that had to change when she became a Royal.
“‘My 20s were brutal—a continual struggle with myself, assessing my weight, my style, my ambition to be as cool/as hip/as smart/as ‘whatever’ as everyone else,’ she wrote on her lifestyle blog The Tig.
“She favors clean lines, nude heels, fitted styles, and block colors in her ‘classic style.’
“Prior to her departure for the United States, she was rarely seen in print or pattern, which permitted her to wear defined and stylish styles that were suitable to her public function as a Royal.
“The way she wore these classic styles, such as her hairstyle, which was always much looser and freer than some traditional classics prefer, and shirts that weren’t tucked in tight like some traditional classics prefer, indicated she had elements of a natural style personality who prefer more freedom in their clothes and are often interested in sustainable brands and natural fabrics and fibres,” says the author.
“This gives us a hint as to how her style might change now that she has the freedom to make her own decisions.
“Throughout her 30s as a working member of the Royal family, she was frequently seen in a blouse tucked loosely into a pencil skirt, and some of her most stylish looks during her time as a working member of the Royal family incorporated this classic two-piece, which became part of her signature style.
“This was best visible when she donned a &Other Stories forest green silk shirt, a Boss leather pencil skirt, and nude Stuart Weitzmann ‘Legend’ shoes to a visit to Sussex.
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