The Duchess of Sussex stepped out in Santa Barbara wearing Reformation's 'Mason' shorts - shop her signature style

Meghan Markle surprises as the queen of casual in high-rise linen shorts from Reformation

Meghan Markle has a reputation for power dressing, especially given her love of longline shorts.

The Duchess of Sussex, 41, was radiant in pictures taken Friday while she and her husband Prince Harry were out and about in Santa Barbara, according to the MailOnline. With a crisp white shirt from Annie Bing, high-rise linen shorts from Reformation, and gold Hermes ‘Oran’ sandals, Meghan embodied elegance and Californian cool.


The Duchess of Sussex rocked her Dior shorts during a lunch date in New York City
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The royal’s raven hair was styled in loose curls, and she complemented her muted-hued outfit with a Panama hat, Maison Valentino sunglasses, and a buckled Ralph Lauren belt.

Ever since she made her debut in a pair of longline shorts on a lunch date in New York City in 2022, longline shorts have been dubbed Meghan’s “signature” outfit.

Royal style admirers commented on her most recent appearance on Instagram, writing: “Meghan does casual looks so well. My opinion is that one of her signature looks is oversized shirts and belted shorts.

“Her distinctive fashion! and is perfect for her. Her legs are gorgeous and very long. Style and color are paramount. “A huge hit!” Another admirer wrote, and a third remarked, “Super chic. as usual.


The Duchess of Sussex wore an outfit reminiscent of the one Julia Roberts wore in Pretty Woman at a Polo Match.  Photo: Shutterstock


The ‘Mason’ shorts by Reformation in the color ‘Cafe’ are the chocolate-colored shorts worn by the Duchess of Sussex. These linen shorts, which cost £128 ($128), are made with sustainability in mind and are crafted to last you season after season.

If you’re looking for a high-end substitute, Karen Millen’s “Linen Tailored Walking Shorts” provide a comparable silhouette, feminine flared hemline, and high-rise cut at a significantly lower cost.

The couple’s appearance is the first time they have been pictured in public since Buckingham Palace announced they had left Frogmore Cottage for good.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have left Frogmore Cottage, the Keeper of the Privy Purse, Sir Michael Stevens, announced. The Duke and Duchess have reimbursed the Sovereign Grant for the costs associated with the renovation of Frogmore Cottage, leaving the Crown with a significantly improved asset.



Prior to moving in ahead of the arrival of Prince Archie in May 2019, the Sussexes spent £2.4 million on renovations to transform the Grade-II listed property from separate apartments into a four-bedroom house.

According to reports, the couple was asked to leave in January of this year as a result of the release of Prince Harry’s candid memoir Spare.

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