It is common to see Queen Letizia, Kate Middleton, Victoria of Sweden and other royals wearing Zara designs. The signature low cost Spanish has a privileged space in the wardrobe of European queens and princesses but to date Meghan Markle had never been seen wearing one of the garments from Inditex’s flagship.
Since she officially presented herself as Prince Harry’s fiancée, the actress had vetoed Zara, a brand that she had worn frequently during her first stage in Hollywood and that she stopped using when she became known thanks to the series. Suits.
According to several American media, when Markle already achieved the desired success, she held a party with her friends and acquaintances to renew her wardrobe. Under the title “Sayonara Zara”, the now duchess put up for sale all the designs she had from the brands low cost, among them Zara, to completely change her wardrobe and include pieces from luxury brands that she could already afford because her salary had increased significantly. “She got rid of the cheap clothes and gave them to her guests,” Vanessa Grigoriadis wrote in Vanity Fair.
Now, in her role as the new Duchess of Sussex and with her dream life in Montecito, the actress has once again dressed in Zara in the midst of the Invictus Games celebration. On one of the days, Markle appeared radiant, holding hands with her husband and wearing a design from the Spanish brand’s 2022 summer collection with which she followed the Old Money style.
Meghan opted for a short ivory jumpsuit that stood out for its shirt collar and comfortable shorts with front pockets and a belt in the same fabric that she wore as a bow. At the time, this item was priced at 45.95 euros.
She completed the look with a cream-colored Celine blazer, a choice that gave a sophisticated touch, black flat sandals from YSL and a matching Cesta Collective bag. Her golden Bottega Veneta hoops also attracted attention, earrings that she debuted for the occasion.