Meghan Markle put a new spin on one of her most memorable outfits on Friday, when she slipped into a chic leather pencil skirt and a matching top to attend a roundtable discussion on gender equality at Windsor Castle. The cranberry-colored ensemble, which she finished with coordinating suede shoes, instantly made us think of a similar look she sported just over a year ago, when she teamed a green leather pencil skirt with a matching blouse for a visit to West Sussex. It turns out this is the exact same Boss skirt in a new color, proving Meghan definitely knows what works for her. The duchess has a knack for choosing just the right monochrome separates for a sleek, modern look, and now she's proven she can do it in just about any autumnal color.
But she's not the only royal who's recognized the impact this skirt makes. In fact, Queen Letizia of Spain wore it just yesterday, teaming her version with a white blouse with lace inserts on the sleeves. Meghan, meanwhile, opted for a delicate knit sweater with a v-neck to top her skirt. Finishing the look with minimal jewelry and a soft updo, she looked relaxed and elegant as she and Prince Harry made their way inside the venue. Keep reading to take a closer look at the outfit and to see the other times this garment got the royal seal of approval.