Meghan Markle shines in green. The Duchess of Sussex went to a Women’s Fund of Central Indiana event last night in a beautiful forest green midi dress with purple heels. Her outfit had a touching secret meaning.
The 41-year-old attended a conversation titled “The Power of Women: An Evening with Meghan, The Duchess of Sussex” at the Indianapolis Marriott Downtown while wearing Giorgio Armani’s “Twisted Keyhole-Front Jersey Midi Dress” ($1,795).
She sent a message with her outfit. She wore a figure-hugging long-sleeved dress with bright purple suede heels that stood out against her green skirt. Together, these colors stand for the feminist cause.
On the International Women’s Day website, it says that since 1908, green, which stands for hope, and purple, which is the color of International Women’s Day, have been mixed with white to show that women are fighting for their rights.
Markle, who, according to a new interview, faced “very real” threats in the UK, added to the theme of the event by wearing the $3,450 Logan Hollowell emerald pendant, which she also wore with a jumpsuit while shopping with a friend last month.
According to the company, the stone is one of the colors of women’s rights and helps with intelligence, communication, making decisions, honesty, and seeing beyond the surface.
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Her whole style reminds me of the green Emilia Wickstead cape dress that the duchess wore to the Commonwealth Day service in 2020. This was her last formal event in the UK before she moved to California.
On Thursday night, Markle spoke with Indiana Rabbi Sandy Sasso, who was the first woman rabbi in the Reconstructionist movement. Each table at the event cost $5,000.
Women’s Fund said on its website that it was happy to see Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, in Indianapolis. “The Duchess is a mother, feminist, and human rights, advocate.” She has been helping women and girls for a long time, and she does this in both her charitable and business work.
Markle doesn’t make many public appearances in the U.S. these days, but on December 6, she’ll be there with Prince Harry for the Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights Foundation Ripple of Hope Gala in New York.