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Since her debut as a new member of the British royal family, in 2017, Meghan Markle has dressed as a bench on numerous formal and intimate occasions.
For example, at her most recent public event, the Duchess of Sussex wore an off-the-shoulder white Louis Vuitton signature dress, valued at more than £10,000.
But actually, it all started with the £600 belted double-breasted coat she wore for her engagement-announcement photo shoot with Prince Harry in 2017.
Over the years, just to name a few of the looks she’s worn in white are the £675 Grace Wales Bonner postpartum gown, which she wore to introduce Archie to the world.
Also on the list is the £7,200 Dior coat and hat, as well as the white shoes Meghan wore to Queen Elizabeth II’s Platinum Jubile last June.
Even Archie and Lilibet’s mother chose an outfit of the same color to give the interviews that appear in her Netflix docuseries that was released just a few days ago.
What does it mean to wear white?
Hello magazine! spoke with color psychologist and design director Tash Bradley, who revealed her thoughts on these white ensembles and specifically what it means for Harry and Meghan’s “brand.”
“Meghan is all in white: you wear white to clear your mind, to show that you have a clear mind and that you know yourself,” Bradley explained to the outlet. “To wear white, you have to be very confident, you know? You’re not hiding anything, you want to show purity. It’s a very brave move to wear an all-white outfit.”
As for the brand, Tash explained why clothing color choices are particularly influential:
“By the way, color is the first thing we see, so before you take it, let’s say the shape of an object. Color is the first thing we see, so that’s where it could be so powerful when it comes to branding.” “, he assured.
At the same time, white is often associated with messages of peace and hope, which makes sense considering that Markle has also used the color in her volunteer work.
In broader terms, it’s a symbol of equality, which is very appropriate when we think about the unfair systems out there and the causes the Duchess of Sussex champions.
There may not be a single specific message hidden in Meghan’s outfits. Maybe it’s all of the above. In any case, one should be vigilant when it changes to a new color or pattern, a choice that will also have some meaning.