Good news: Everlane’s Japanese GoWeave Essential Jumpsuit, which has gotten the Meghan Markle stamp of approval—is discounted as part of the brand’s choose-what-you-pay sale. The duchess’s preferred black is still $120, but the exact style in olive is down to $72. You can shop both here.
Royal rewear alert!
During her and Prince Harry’s royal tour of Africa last month, Meghan Markle brought back the black Everlane jumpsuit from her British Vogue shoot—and yes, it’s still in stock.
The duchess paired the piece with black heels and gold statement earrings for a panel discussion about women and business in South Africa.
You can shop it here.
Meghan Markle decided against appearing on the cover of British Vogue, choosing to guest-edit its September issue and spotlight “forces of change” she admired instead. The Duchess of Sussex still made an appearance on set, alongside editor in chief Edward Enninful, when it came time to photograph Gemma Chan, Yara Shahidi, Laverne Cox, and the rest of the women featured. And in typical Markle fashion, she chose an easy, sensible piece from one of her go-to brands.
In a behind-the-scenes video posted to British Vogue’s Instagram, Markle is seen laughing and looking over some of the shots Peter Lindbergh captured with Enninful. She’s wearing a sleeveless black jumpsuit that fans quickly identified as being from Everlane, a brand the duchess has worn many times in the past.
According to @MeghansMirror (and its “special source”), Markle donned Everlane’s Japanese GoWeave Essential Jumpsuit. It’s available in three colors—dusty blue, olive, and the duchess’s chosen black—and in sizes 00 through 16. It retails for $120.
Markle actually carried an Everlane tote on her first public appearance with Prince Harry, at the 2017 Invictus Games in Toronto.
In his September 2019 editor’s letter, Enninful wrote of his experience collaborating with Markle on the issue: “From the outset, I discovered someone with a real editor’s mind, who knew how to align what she wanted to say with everything we stand for here at British Vogue. When I first showed her layouts of how some early features might look…well, she just got it. From ideas and the flatplan, to selecting and commissioning writers and photographers, it was a process she instantly understood.”
Originally Appeared on Glamour