Meghan Markle has never been a stranger to fashion trends, Jessica Mulroney is her stylist after all, and it still looks like she's hip with the kids. If you've been a Canadian teenager in the last ten years than you definitely know the clothing store Aritzia. Meghan Markle's Young World Summit dress is from Canadian brand Aritzia. 

The Aritzia dress she wore was purple and fitted, falling just below her knee. It had an autumn, casual, sweater dress vibe that still managed to look beautiful at the same time. 

The stunningness of the dress isn't the only thing that makes the outfit special. Aritzia is actually a Canadian company, meaning the dress was either sent to her from across the ocean or she's had it since her Toronto days filming Suits

We do know that Aritzia was one of her favourite stores while living in Canada, she was spotted there often!

This was Markle's first public appearance since the interview of her wellbeing being questioned was released. But Markle succeeded in putting on a brave face to welcome all 2000 young people from all over the world. 

Before the event, she took to the social media account she shares with her husband to post a throwback of her time at the summit last year. 

She heavily preached about empowering women saying, “I think what scares people is this idea female empowerment is somehow threatening. No, it’s not. Empower the women, you’re empowering the community.”

She went on to say, "I think anything is possible because, with my small voice at 11 years old, we could do it, so I can only imagine what all of you are going to be able to do.”

This year's summit was no different, the Duchess spent a lot of time discussing the importance of gender equality and her experience being discriminated against.

The Duchess is currently dealing with a lot, from being a new mom to her husband, Prince Harry, suing the British tabloids. Thankfully reports have the newest Royal Family slated for a six week Christmas vacation


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