The Duchess of Sussex is currently on a whirlwind royal tour of South Africa, and she's definitely making the most of her visit.
After making a solo appearance to meet artisans at Victoria Yards on Monday, the former Meghan Markle stepped out for a round table discussion at the University of Johannesburg to discuss gender equality in education on Tuesday. According to the official Sussex Royal Instagram account, the duchess was on hand to announce new scholarships and grants for students at the university.
For her latest appearance, People reported that Meghan reached for a relatively affordable find from Banana Republic. She wore a sleeveless, double-breasted trench dress in a neutral shade of khaki, proving that trench dresses are becoming somewhat of a staple in her royal wardrobe.
Sadly the khaki version is currently sold out, but the brand also carries the dress in a sleek shade of white.
If you're looking for something a little closer to the shade of khaki the duchess wore, this $30 affordable find on Amazon is similar with a unique twist. The addition of flowing cap sleeves makes it even more appropriate for fall.
Forever 21 also has a similar mini dress option, which is currently 30% off.
She later changed into a green shirtdress by Room 502, which currently retails for $455 and comes in three colors. According to the Daily Mail, Meghan wore the dress while visiting Action Aid to take part in a discussion about sexual and gender-based violence.
The duchess is set to return back to London on Wednesday, marking the end of yet another productive and fashionable royal tour.
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