Meghan Markle‘s style has evolved since she moved to California from “classic royal tropes” to “mogul style”. The Duchess of Sussex “succession style book” has been inspired from Princess Diana’s business trip wardrobe to New York with black and tan collar palette. Meghan’s Californian style portrays her “freeness” and “relief” with rich mommy vibes.
US weekly podcast host Christina Garibaldi: “How has her [Meghan] style evolved since leaving the Royal Family?”
Eloise Moran, an author for Lady Di Look Book replied: “Absolutely yes, it’s evolved, I think we’ve kind of seen her ditch the classic tropes of what it means to be in the Royal Family.
“Having to maybe cover up somethings, some hemline links, so she has got this California Monteci’s to rich mom thing going on. When she is in California, what I loved about the New York trip so much is, I think she kind of displayed this kind of succession style, which kind of I like to say is mogul style. So it’s very kind of young billionaire outfit, and it was kind of in the same way, Princess Diana used to visit New York and she kind of had this very business she wardrobe.
I think she definitely took cues from that, I think we saw that in the black and tan looks that she wore which was a collar palette that Princess Diana was so adopted when she went to New York.
“And in her short dress that she…