The famous, celebrity-loved capsule collection now goes up to a size 4XL. While cutting costs over the course of the pandemic, a handful of stores and brands decided that plus-sizes would be the first to go — a move that definitely feels like five steps back when it comes to making fashion an inclusive industry. But, not every brand is shrinking its selection: Misha Nonoo, which is famous for its trusty, tailored items and capsule wardrobe, is actually expanding its sizes, now releasing its must-have pieces in plus up to a 4XL. The best part about Misha Nonoo's designs is that they're extremely versatile and timeless. Whether we're talking about the crisp Husband Shirt or the sleek Kiki Pant , these are items that can easily be dressed up or down depending on plans, and will likely stay in your wardrobe for years, making the purchase a good investment. There's also the small fact that the brand has celebrity approval — including Nonoo's pal, Meghan Markle , who has been wearing her clothing for years. According to the designer, it took 12 months to perfect the plus-size pieces, developing new patterns and construction while working with models and the plus-size community to ensure the fit was exactly right. And no, it's not lost on Nonoo that while her brand was hard at work, many others were heading in the opposite direction. Many of us are starting to slowly transition back into the office, or are just craving to 'dress up' again, so we're very proud to be offering our most-loved styles to this inspiring set of women who are keen to refresh their professional wardrobes. Our environmentally friendly, on-demand production model has put us at an advantage, and allowed us to continue expanding our offering and still encourage more inclusivity in the industry, even during unpredictable times.
Meghan and Misha have been friends for several years, with a feature piece in the New York Times appearing last week about Misha, with her saying of Meghan:. We asked the team to come up with some of their favourite MirrorMeg options:. Shop MM's Closet. So excitiing!!
See Photos of Megan Markle’s Style Evolution Through The Years
In May , an estimated 1. The now Duchess of Sussex opted for an elegant gown by Givenchy, designed by its then creative director, her friend Clare Waight Keller. Before she and Harry stepped back from their roles as senior royals, she was frequently seen with her signature, just-the-right-side-of-messy chignon, and leaned on celebrity hairstylists Serge Normant and George Northwood to perfect her tresses ahead of public engagements. On 9 March this year, Meghan attended her final engagement as a working royal. The Duchess chose an unforgettable emerald ensemble to attend the Commonwealth service at Westminster Abbey, comprised of a caped dress by Emilia Wickstead, a matching hat with a mini net veil, nude Aquazzura pumps, and a Gabriela Hearst Demi bag. As the Duchess celebrates her 39th birthday with Prince Harry and their son Archie at their new home in LA, take a look back at her best style moments to date, below. Markle slicked back her hair and sported a black Theory blazer with leather Helmut Lang trousers and nude Aquazzura heels at a Suits event in The couple made their first official appearance together at the Invictus Games in Toronto, for which Markle wore a casual ensemble of a white Misha Nonoo shirt, jeans and sunglasses. On their first joint royal visit, the couple wore matching navy jackets. She carried a forest-green bag by DeMellier London.
From striped blazers to crisp button-downs, Meghan Markle is quickly becoming fashion's preppiest new "it" girl. Here, take a look at our favorite fashion looks from the Duchess of Sussex. For her 40th birthday, the Duchess of Sussex launched her 40x40 initiative aimed at helping women reenter the workforce. In the promotional video, Markle videochatted with Melissa McCarthy and wore an all-ivory ensemble with camel-colored suede pumps and layered necklaces. Meghan chose to wear an Armani dress with a lotus flower motif for her and Prince Harry's televised interview with Oprah, which was filmed in Santa Barbara in mid-February. The Duchess chose to wear a Carolina Herrera dress, which was made for her when she was pregnant with Archie, for a portrait with Harry. The royal couple released the image with the news that they were expecting their second child. The Duchess dressed casually while volunteering for LA charity Baby2Baby , sporting a loose-fitting white button up tucked into green cargo shorts.