Meghan Markle is no longer making her rounds as a working royal along the Cambridges, but that doesn't mean she's sitting still in California. The star has been quietly working behind the scenes on numerous projects (just last week, she and Prince Harry volunteered with Baby2Baby) and one of them is all about the importance of voting. In a teaser video for Instagram, Meghan was captured in a conversation with Gloria Steinem about representation and "how all women are linked, not ranked."
For the casual backyard chat, Meghan wore a plain white tee, Anine Bing striped bottoms, a pair of Stella McCartney strap sandals, and, at one point, a Janessa Leoné wide brim hat. Steinem, meanwhile, kept it classic in all black. Since moving back to the West Coast, Meghan's adopted more of the laidback Cali vibes in her outfits (Queen E isn't there to police her wardrobe choices anymore! We kid...) in lieu of rocking her royally-approved fitted dresses and trousers. In a way, her style is now even more relatable and her easy separates work for anyone (case in point: her striped trousers). If you're not seeing your size on the Anine Bing site, you can also shop Meghan's pants here, here, and here.
Watch the teaser clip, below, of the conversation as you shop. The full Q&A will be released later today.
And if you're craving more striped pants options, shop these similar pairs to Meghan's.