The pregnant Duchess drew a thigh-shine maxi skirt from the fashion American brand reform because she used a conservative cut to ease the style of the pregnant woman.
After wearing a thigh flash dress on Fraser Island, the Duchess of Sussex has stepped out of one of her most daring ensembles.
The 37-year-old Megan wore a reformist “pineapple” dress because she and Harry explored Australia’s tourist attractions – Monday’s temperature reached 24 ° C – with Prince Harry.
This marks the dramatic departure of Meghan, who has been leaning towards a more conservative wardrobe during the first trimester of pregnancy.
However, Australia’s mild climate – and the fact that she no longer hides baby bumps – may be a more relaxing way for Meghan.
At £166.56 ($218 / $305.91), this lightweight, striped figure features a bold thigh split, lace-up waist and cami lace-up style.
The Duchess’ linen dress was fastened to the thigh to avoid excessive skin flashing, and she paired the cotton number with Sarah Flint’s lace-up sandals and Karen Walker’s sunglasses.
The American brand Reformation has many well-known fans, including Karlie Kloss, Sienna Miller, Gigi Hadid, Taylor Swift, and even Princess Beatrice.
So far, the appearance of Monday is a far cry from Megan’s maternity style, and she has seen her choice of ankle skirts, long sleeves and high collars.
In fact, this is the ultra-conservative, well-structured Givenchy jacket she wore at the Princess Eugenie’s wedding earlier this month, the first rumor of pregnancy.