Meghan Markle Wore Shorts and Sneakers With the Cutest Face Mask

Erin Fitzpatrick
·2 mins read

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have been settling into their new Southern California life at home, Zooming up a storm for various causes they support. But this week they made an in-person visit to help the Baby2Baby charity, which provides diapers, clothes, and other essentials to children and families in poverty. They handed out supplies at a school in South Los Angeles wearing casual outfits fitting for the blistering heatwave.

Markle wore a Victoria Beckham white button-down shirt and her favorite Adidas Stan Smith Sneakers ($80). But perhaps the best part of her laidback outfit was her safe-and-chic Royal Jelly Harlem Mask in Blue Seersucker ($15). With Kate Middleton opting for a floral face mask and now Meghan opting for a stylish striped version, one thing's for certain: it's royally-approved to wear a face mask that suits your own personal style. Scroll down to see Markle's outfit for a day of charity work.

On Meghan Markle: Victoria Beckham shirt; Adidas Stan Smith Sneakers ($80); Royal Jelly Harlem Mask in Blue Seersucker ($15)

Shop the Look

H&M Oversized Cotton Shirt ($18)

Perfect for hiding sweat on these hot end-of-summer days.

Sts Blue High Waist Paperbag Shorts ($32)

Meghan wore army green shorts so now I want to wear army green shorts.

Madewell Cutoff Cargo Shorts ($72)

Cargo shorts have a new meaning now: the pocket is perfect for stashing your face mask.

Madewell Camp Shorts ($50)

Madewell never lets us down.

Caslon Linen Shorts ($49)

These cute shorts are particularly airy thanks to the linen fabric.

Adidas Stan Smith Sneakers ($80)

Urban Renewal Gingham Seersucker Reusable Face Mask Set ($18)

Gingham and stripes: a foolproof duo.

Splendid 3 Pack Face Coverings ($28)

Variety is the spice of life.

En Saison 5 Pack Face Coverings ($38)

One for every day of the work week.

Nordstrom 4-Pack Adult Pleated Knit Face Masks ($20)

These masks are top sellers at Nordstrom.

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