Meghan Markle wore a stunning Staud shirtdress on her 2019 visit to South Africa. Visiting the Auwal Mosque, she matched the look with a pretty white headscarf, and pumps from Sam Edelman, according to Harper’s Bazaar. The dress from Staud’s spring/summer 2020 collection was available for pre-sale only at the time. Okay, great news, because the purchase is officially available.
It seems that almost all sizes 0 to 12 are still in stock at Net-a-Porter (the color is generally referred to as “caper,” FYI). Even, if they sell out there, the Staud website.
Also has the clothes in different sizes, all the way to size 16—oh yeah, and they also have the clothes in black color, in case you don’t have the khaki green.
The design also appears to be natural, made from recycled nylon tissue. Sustainable fashion has long been a cause that is close to the heart of Meghan. She was wearing the dress then, Sarah Staudinger, Staud’s co-founder.
Meghan wears this and a couple of other spacious shirt dresses. She was relaxed and at the same time looks absolutely gorgeous.