People Magazine
August 06, 2019 8:50 am
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Meghan Markle has always kept her finger on the pulse of fashion—so it only makes sense that she got to guest edit part of British Vogue’s September issue.

From Jason Wu to Stella McCartney to Givenchy, we’ve seen Meghan wear a number of high-end labels. So our hearts nearly skipped a beat when we discovered that she was wearing an actually affordable Everlane jumpsuit while filming the “Forces for Change” video for the issue. The Sussex Royal Instagram account shared behind-the-scenes footage from the shoot, and for a brief second, while talking to Vogue editor-in-chief Edward Enninful, she can be seen wearing a black V-neck jumpsuit with a knotted belt.

The brand has confirmed that Meghan was in fact wearing its Japanese GoWeave Essential Jumpsuit, which was first introduced in May.

Designed with a drapey silhouette and an adjustable tie waist, the jumpsuit is versatile enough to wear for every occasion (even shooting for Vogue).

Plus, its wrinkle-resistant GoWeave fabric makes it easily packable for any destination. Best of all is the fact that this timeless, wide-leg jumpsuit is only $120 (much cheaper than the $3,980 tweed Gucci dress Markle wore for a photo that will appear in the issue.)

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Meghan has been a longtime fan of the sustainable fashion brand, having carried its popular Day Market Tote on her first official outing with Prince Harry in 2017—which sold out immediately after she was photographed with it. Somehow her Everlane jumpsuit is still available in most sizes (and those that are already sold out are expected to restock on September 1st), so you’d better hurry if you want to snag it before the “Markle Effect” sets in. Shop the classic jumpsuit below.

We might just have to buy this in all three colors—black, dusty blue, and olive.

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