This week Meghan Markle made a first public visit to one of her new patronages, Smart Works, a charity helping long-term unemployed and vulnerable women regain skills and confidence. For this engagement, Meghan looked stunning in business casual attire. She wore an Oscar de la Renta tan trench coat and finished off her look with a Hatch black dress. She wore an old pair of Gianvito Rossi pumps which she previously posted about on Instagram. What interesting to see in her look is the Plexi style cow print heels, which are an unusual twist on Meghan’s new style, especially with their transparent PVC side panels. She had her hair up in a bun.
What caught our attention were her exquisite earrings. She wore 18-karat gold Felicity earrings during her visit. Kimai co-founder Sidney Neuhaus talked to People magazine. “Her team contacted us, and we sent them to her a month or so ago. She really loved these earrings.”
“They are made in a lab in Belgium, like cultured diamonds,” explains 25-year-old Neuhaus, whose family is also in the jewelry industry. “They have exactly the same properties as mined diamonds, but they are environmentally friendly and less controversial.
Neuhaus, who is the creative talent behind the brand said to People magazine: “We wanted them to move as they were worn, and we use a lot of the marquise shape in our collection — everyone says they look like eyes, but we didn’t plan for them to look like eyes!”
Meghan also wore the Eliza black stretch-knit dress from maternity brand Hatch. “She just looked so amazing, it fit her like a glove,” founder Ariane Goldman shared with People magazine. “I love the way she styled it with Oscar de la Renta, and she’s having this beautiful high-low moment that just looked amazing. It’s just such an honor for the brand.”