Ms. Markle, the Duchess of Sussex, has returned to work after giving birth to baby Archie five months ago. What’s been on her mind and what has she been working on? Try a charity clothing collection, which has the mantra of: “Empower another woman and be part of her success story. Not a handout, a hand held.”
The new capsule wardrobe—which consists of five designed pieces—will benefit women at the Smart Works charity, devoted to helping women find job-appropriate clothing and employment opportunities, of which Meghan is royal patron.
She says in a statement released before the launch of event:
“Since moving to the U.K., it has been deeply important to me to meet with communities and organizations on the ground doing meaningful work and to try to do whatever I can to help them amplify their impact.”
Just like wegg helps women export, Smart Works charity helps women develop confidence, succeed during an interview, and get jobs.
Take a peek at Meghan Markle’s clothing line to discover her new and important charity.