Princess Charlene wears the same £1,680 red trousers as Meghan – but one looks more ‘dominant’
Known as the Loro Piana Elias pants, they were described as “soft, lightweight stretch cashmere flannel pants” before they sold out.
At the time, the pants retailed for the bargain price of £1,680 and royal fans seemed to love Meghan’s outfit.
For example, Twitter user @Jmarie0407 said, “I need Meghan to wear more red because it looks great on her.”
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A user called Selwa said, “That red suit. Madame Duchess Meghan looks so good.
Hannah tweeted, “She’s wearing a red suit!!!”
A user called Léna wrote: “Meghan wears red.”
Meanwhile, Twitter user Patricia said: “Ooh Madame Duchess Meghan in red. Looking good Madame Duchess!
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Although Meghan paired the trousers with a matching £4,269.80 cashmere coat, Princess Charlene opted for the opposite for Thursday’s occasion.
Instead, Charlene wore a black stretch cotton blouse from Akris, a favorite brand of the royal.
It is described as a “long-sleeved stretch cotton blouse with notched collar and front snap closure”.
This blouse sells for 660 euros, or around £580.
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Royal fan @angelrebel548 wrote on Instagram of Charlene’s outfit: “Princess Charlene of Monaco is a charm.”
Fashion expert Harriet Davey has previously spoken to Express.co.uk regarding the Duchess of Sussex’s choice of outfit in September 2021.
The expert said this outfit looked “dominant”.
Harriet added: “The lady in red, Meghan, pleads for an autumnal dressing in this berry set from Loro Piana.
“Standing out in the dominant punchy red outfit, Meghan joins husband Harry in Harlem in the two-piece.”
How was it different from Meghan’s previous outfits?
Harriet explained: “It was different from her outfits over the last few years, but not too far from her basic style.
“The loose fit has a relaxed vibe that complements her new life away from royal engagements and structured, rule-abiding outfits that match the Royal Family’s dress code.”