Looking for more of the best deals, latest celebrity news and hottest trends? Sign up for Yahoo Lifestyle Canada’s newsletter.
Yahoo Lifestyle Canada is committed to finding you the best products at the best prices. We may receive a share from purchases made via links on this page. Pricing and availability are subject to change.
If you’re looking to update your current loungewear situation, take a look at what Meghan Markle wore while out with Prince Harry.
Meghan & Harry were spotted again in LA delivering food to those in need with Project Angel Food. All the details on the blog, I ncluding her @JamesPerse pants and @Adidas shoes. https://t.co/RGxsjHNcAe pic.twitter.com/dQzfle2OX8
— Meghans Mirror (@MeghansMirror) April 18, 2020
While the couple have kept a relatively low profile since stepping down as senior royals, they’ve been spotted volunteering over the past few days in Los Angeles.
The couple were doing some volunteer work with Project Angel Food to help deliver meals to those in need. As befitting the situation, they were both dressed in comfy and utilitarian clothing while doing their good deeds, and they both hit the perfect mark of put-together while still being casual.
While pricey, there’s no denying that Meghan’s pants would be perfect for a luxurious at-home lounge session. If you’re interested to shop her casual look, we’ve rounded up what she wore below.
Constructed with lightweight cotton-rayon stretch garbardine and vintage jersey panels along the outseam, inseams, and waistband. Pull-on elasticated waistband with external drawcord. Front slash patch pockets. Back patch pockets with flap and button closures. Ribbed knit cotton cuffs on bottom hems. Gusset detail along inseam.
SHOP IT: James Perse, $405
An essential for any luxe-basic wardrobe, this long-sleeve crew tee will be a favourite for the chilly weather. Available in a range of timeless colours, the figure-flattering fit makes it a must-have you'll turn to again and again.
SHOP IT: Lavender Hill Clothing, $74
Roll with the classic. Back in the day, Stan Smith won big on the tennis court. Slide into the Adidas shoe worthy of his name and you'll win big on the streets. Top to bottom, these shoes capture the essential style of the 1971 original, with a minimalist leather build and clean trim.
SHOP IT: Adidas, $110