Chinadaily / Meghan Markle, the Duchess of Sussex, in a white dress at a garden party at London’s Buckingham Palace on May 22, 2018. [Photo/IC] Do you wonder what ancient Chinese people would say when they look at clothes women wear today?
Would they find them too simple, or too colorless?
Modern Chinese women, especially those under 40, are wearing plainer outfits than their ancestors.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex arrive at Royal Ascot for the first day of racing, Britain, June 19, 2018. [Photo/IC] This is partly because they work, requiring a “professional” look that will not highlight their femininity.
Without too much decoration, especially embroidery, their wardrobe is often built on three basic neutral tones: black, white and gray.
Such colors, which can also include navy and brown, are shades generally approved as the best choice for working people.
The palette is visually docile and creates a subdued feeling for most.
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and the Duchess of Sussex open the Mersey Gateway Bridge, at the Catalyst Science Discovery Centre in Widnes Cheshire, Britain, June 14, 2018. [Photo/IC] And they go nicely with rich-hued colors, such as bright yellow and red, or even with paler ones.
The new Duchess of Sussex, Meghan Markle, is a master of using neutral shades. Almost all of her outfits in public appearances are neutral-toned.
Here are some of her preferred looks, which may help you master her style for daily business.
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