Meghan Markle's Earrings Are Plated in 24-Karat Gold, Handmade in France, and on Our Wish List
When Meghan Markle arrived for her first solo outing during the royal tour of Southern Africa — she visited the Woodstock Exchange in Cape Town to meet with female entrepreneurs — she was wearing some of her go-to pieces. Meghan's black Everlane jumpsuit, which is still shoppable and memorable from her British Vogue shoot, was completed with Manolo Blahnik BB pumps, a simple, chic pairing. But Meghan was glowing thanks to her jewels. Not only was she wearing her turquoise Jennifer Meyer ring with her wedding band, she added a Zofia Day diamond cuff, and all of that gold just played up her Gas Bijoux woven disc earrings even more.
If you're a true fan of Meghan's everyday style, you likely know that she debuted these in Morocco, but with a blazer, pleated dress, and really cool shoes. Now, the spotlight seems to be on Meghan's circular drops, and we don't mind that one bit. As Meghan ventured through her agenda, later visiting Mother2mother, a local organization that supports families and children with healthcare needs, we couldn't take our eyes off her stunning earrings, which could be the most intricate, handcrafted design Meghan owns. Did we mention they're plated in 24-karat gold? Keep reading to zoom in close, then shop the baubles, or pick up a similar textural option after the jump.