The Duchess of Style never disappoints when it comes to her wardrobe choices, so it's no wonder her latest ensemble has fans buzzing. In a video shared by the Archewell Foundation on July 31, just a few days before her 42nd birthday, Meghan Markle was spotted wearing a relaxed two-piece set from Bleusalt consisting of the brand's sleeveless turtleneck top ($140) and Cindy pants ($160). Not only are both pieces effortlessly chic, according to reviewers, they're also as cozy and comfortable as they look.
Meghan Markle Just Wore the Cutest Comfy-Chic Pant Set from Bleusalt—But You'll Have to Act Fast If You Want to Snag It
New fall staple alert!
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In the video, Markle joins Prince Harry in personally congratulating recipients of the Responsible Technology Youth Power Fund awards, an initiative which empowers young people to create a more equitable and inclusive internet for their peers. While sitting outside in what appears to be the couple's garden to surprise the winners over the phone, Markle can be seen donning the sleek set in an earthy camel color.
Both the turtleneck top and pants seem ideal for transitioning into fall, as they're made from a blend of 95 percent Tencel Modal material (a natural and sustainable fiber known for its softness) and spandex, allowing for some stretch. The brand adds that the material is breathable and, better yet, machine-washable. Each piece also boasts plenty of 5-star reviews from shoppers, who describe them as cozy, sophisticated and perfectly versatile.
"Not too tight or bulky—in body or neck—so soft, cozy and flattering," says one buyer of the turtleneck, while another calls the Cindy pants "the most comfortable thing I have ever put on my body." High praise, indeed.
The top features a ruched neck that stays up throughout the day, according to buyers, along with a banded hem to give it a looser fit. The matching pants, meanwhile, boast an elastic waistband, slight flare at the bottom and, yes, even pockets.
While both numbers come in a range of hues and sizes, they're selling fast now that they've gotten a stamp of approval from the Duchess of Sussex herself. (FYI: There's also a long-sleeve version of the turtleneck available for $165.) If you're hoping to channel Meghan Markle this fall, we suggest you grab her picks—before they're gone.
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