The Duchess of Sussex is well-known for her sophisticated and enviable sense of style, whether she is seen out on the town with the royal family or goes on a low-key date with Prince Harry in Montecito.
When Meghan isn’t being photographed in public, though, she can unwind in more daring ensembles, like stylish beachwear. In episode six of the Netflix documentary series Harry & Meghan, the former Suits actress gave fans a very rare peek inside her designer holiday wardrobe. Dressed in a black scallop swimsuit created by Marysia, she looked like the epitome of a beach bum.
In the video, Duchess Meghan captured her spouse having fun on an empty beach while wearing a white shirt and swimming trunks. He was holding rolled-up towels for them to use after their swim. She then entered the frame, bending down to retrieve her phone.
Known as the ‘+ NET SUSTAIN Palm Springs Reversible Scalloped Recycled Seersucker Swimsuit,’ this classic swimsuit costs $398 at retail and is designed by Maria Dobrzanska Reeves, a Polish-born designer based in New York. With a cute straw hat and a pair of black sunglasses to protect her face from the Californian sun, Meghan finished off her off-duty look.
Over the years, swimwear has evolved into a legendary component of royal fashion. Princess Diana, the mother of Prince Harry, invented royal swimwear and never failed to captivate audiences with her eye-catching bikinis and swimsuits. The adored late royal slayed it all, from monochrome to leopard print, jet black to stripes, tangerine to turquoise.
The stunning photos of the Duchess of Sussex wearing optical white ensembles serve as illustrations of her most notable public moments. The appearances made by Meghan and Prince Harry prior to the historic Harry & Meghan Netflix series were no different. However, are you aware of the significance of Meghan’s decision to wear white?
When we previously spoke with Tash Bradley, a color psychologist and design director, she shared her insights on these striking all-white ensembles and particularly what they mean for Harry and Meghan’s “brand.”
“Meghan being all in white – you wear white to unclutter your mind, to show that you have a clear mind and that you know yourself,” she said.
“You know you need a lot of confidence to wear white. You wish to project purity; you are not concealing anything. Wearing an all-white ensemble is an extremely courageous decision.”