Although I’m fully aware of the fact that Meghan Markle and Prince Harry did not take a commercial flight and pack just a carry-on suitcase for their 3-day tour of Morocco, it’s still a wise idea for the Duchess of Sussex to be a concise packer and craft a capsule wardrobe for these occasions.
Since touching down late on Saturday night we’ve enjoyed Markle’s dramatic ensemble to meet The Crown Prince of Morocco in Casablanca—a stunning scarlet cape-shouldered gown from Pierpaolo Piccioli for Valentino could be considered a thoughtful nod to the predominant hue of Morocco’s national flag. As the brand’s signature color, Markle also clearly knows her fashion references.
On Sunday morning the pregnant Duchess wore a loose-fitting white shirt with jeans, slingbacks and a blazer as they departed for a visit to a girls’ boarding school. Upon arrival Markle switched the look up a little, playing the casual card well adding slipper-style flats and a plain black tee to her look. Look closely and you’ll also see the addition of a henna tattoo on her left hand.
After an evening at the British Ambassador’s residence in Rabat in a cream gown by Dior, Meghan opted for a more casual look today wearing a Breton top, jeans and a parka for several visits. For her final outfit change, she wore a black knee-length tiered dress with a white blazer and gold earrings. See? Capsule holiday wardrobing at it’s best.
Keep scrolling to see everything Markle has worn in Morocco.