In one of the most impressive duos we have seen in a while, Meghan Markle has teamed up with Gloria Steinem to discuss female empowerment and the importance of voting for Makers Women, a media brand dedicated to "accelerating the women's movement." Throughout the interview, Markle and Steinem can be seen chatting and laughing in a picturesque backyard setting, discussing the importance of young people and women turning out to vote.
For the occasion, Markle chose to wear an all-white outfit consisting of pinstripe trousers by Anine Bing, strappy black sandals by Stella McCartney, a white t-shirt, and straw hat by Janessa Leone.
While the choice to don white may have been coincidental, it's interesting to note the color is often seen as a symbol worn by women to denote female solidarity. The shade's importance can be traced back to the suffragettes and women's activists of the early 20th century and has become the color of choice for many recent milestones. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez wore a white suit to be sworn in as the youngest congresswoman in US history and later explained, "I wore white today in honor of the women who came before me, and the women yet to come." Keep scrolling to see Meghan's recent look and then shop the items below.