On Tuesday night in Fiji, the Duke and the Duchess of Sussex attended aEception and a state banquet organized by the President of Fiji at the Grand Pacific Hotel. This is a real tradition, since Queen Elizabeth II visited in 1953 and stayed several times since then.
Markle wore an evening dress with a blue fisherman's kingfisher coat from the demi-sewing brand Safiyaa. His length obscured his footwear but, for the record, he revisited his favorite suede pumps from Manolo Blahnik BB.
Safiyaa was founded in 2011 by Daniela Karnuts with the aim of providing women with the Savile Row experience previously reserved for men.
The dress, a version of the Ginkgo layer dress of the label, adapted to the exact specifications of the Duchess, will cost you $ 1431. Upon arrival, the royal couple greeted crowds of Fiji supporters from the hotel balcony, such as the Queen had done more than 60 years ago.
Earlier today, when the royal couple landed in Suva, Fiji, they were greeted by a welcome ceremony on the asphalt.
Markle wore a white Zimmermann long-sleeved dress that cut below the knee, combined with a matching fascinator. Completing the team was a pair of black bombs by Tabitha Simmons. The suede Millie slingbacks featured a pointed toe and bow ornament on a 3.5-inch heel. The shoes sell for $ 695.
Prior to his arrival, Markle left Queensland, Australia, in a discreet attire that had a fancy footnote. Simple and elegant, she wore a relaxed white linen top with buttons, tight black jeans and elegant Aquazurra mules. The shoes sell for $ 560 at Farfetch.com.