Whether paired with a casual khaki shift or a black-tie gown, Meghan Markle’s undone low bun has become a signature look for the royal. She even wore it at her 2018 spring nuptials, inspiring brides worldwide.
Over the last few months, the Duchess of Sussex has been trying out a series of new takes on the bun, opting for a slicked, ballerina-like version earlier this year. Today, for the 10th annual One Young World opening ceremony, a new iteration has arrived in the form of a subtle bouffant, her usual piecey tendrils framing her glowing face.
Markle stepped out in a monochromatic Bordeaux-colored ensemble with a V-neck knit tucked into her red leather skirt. Above the neck, her waves were swept up into a ’60s-inspired updo, likely teased with a spritz of texturizing spray—an easy trick for a longer looking neck. As the Duchess’s beauty looks continue to evolve and influence the masses, consider this latest style the next big thing.
Originally Appeared on Vogue