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Meghan Markle Red Suit: The Season’s Chicest Colour Trend

While it may not be of the same scale as the Royal Tours that the pair had become accustomed to, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle recently took part in a whirlwind tour of New York in what was their first joint public appearance since welcoming their second child, daughter Lilibet, last June.

Surprising students at the P.S. 123 Mahalia Jackson school in Harlem, New York, the pair joined NYC Schools Chancellor Meisha Porter to highlight the NYC Community Schools initiative. Meghan also took the opportunity to read her new children’s picture book The Bench, a story about the special relationship between a father and son seen through a mother’s eyes.

Of course, those of us with an interest in all things fashion, have been keeping a very keen eye out for Meghan’s latest looks – with a lack of ‘Royal style protocol’ to adhere to providing space for her to really experiment with her wardrobe. And the trouser suit chosen for this occasion in particular may have been one of her best looks yet.


A slouchily-tailored look which gave her that thoroughly modern, chic silhouette, this raspberry red Loro Piana two-piece not only looked sensational on Meghan but also proved that we’re not the only ones with a keen interest in what’s trending on the sartorial scene.

Tapping into one of the hottest trends this season, this was a head-to-toe monochrome look which even incorporated a pair of pointed court shoes within the colour scheme.

This idea of ‘solo saturation’ was a recurring one on the autumn/winter runways, with everyone from Elleme, Molly Goddard and Versace (below, L-R), to Ferragamo, Raf Simons, Bottega Veneta, Prada, Loewe, JW Anderson, Chanel, Burberry and Roksanda all referencing the monosyllabic colour trend.

(L-R) AW21 Solo Saturation at Elleme, Molly Goddard and Versace

A refreshingly welcoming trend which encourages personal taste to steer which colour is chosen, this is the ideal way to embark on a seasonal wardrobe update as it not only gives you the freedom of choice but it’s also likely very achievable from items you already own. Less shopping = a happy bank account and a much happier planet.

So whether you opt for navy blues, apple greens, mustard yellows or – much like Meghan Markle – deep burgundys, find your favourite shade and wear it head-to-toe. It really is as simple as that.

For more from Glamour UK’s Fashion Editor Charlie Teather, follow her on Instagram @charlieteather.

Need some more inspo? Scroll down for some of the best #SoloSaturation street style moments from fashion week this season…

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