The duchess, 38, wore the black tailored Jigsaw trousers from the five-piece collection accessorised with a tan leather belt, along with the Misha Nonoo white shirt from the range and tan suede pumps identified by What Meghan Wore as Manolo Blahnik.
Meghan also wore butterfly earrings which once belonged to Princess Diana. Since then - having partnered with leading British fashion designers @InsideJigsaw, @JohnLewisandPartners, @MarksandSpencer and @MishaNonoo - The Duchess has championed the launch of a new Smart Works capsule collection that will help properly equip these women for their next chapter.
The new mum looked chic as she stepped out today, wearing pieces from the Smart Works collection.
The essential work wear includes a shirt, trousers, blazer, dress and bag - and for every item bought during the sale of the collection, expected to last at least two weeks, one will be donated to Smart Works. How cool is that?
Meghan wore the blouse and a pair of the pants by Jigsaw to the launch.
"Since moving to the United Kingdom, it has been deeply important to me to meet with communities and organisations on the ground doing meaningful work and to try to do whatever I can to help them amplify their impact", Meghan, 38, said in a statement.
"Today is about fashion not food, but this is a similar project because both have women helping women at their core", she said. Meghan has worn it several times: Twice during her royal tour of Australia with Prince Harry in October 2018, and this past January at the Royal Albert Hall in London.
Nonoo said of the constant criticism Meghan receives, "I think it's unjust, and I think that people should really focus on the good work they do".
To date, Smart Works has depended on donations from individuals and brands.
'I think that is something that her and I bonded over from the very early days of our relationship was that she genuinely seeks to help people, ' the New York-based, Bahrain-born designer said of the beginnings of her long relationship with the former actress.
Meghan's return to work was discussed yesterday on ITV daytime talk show Lorraine, with a royal expert explaining that the collection launch was Meghan getting "back to basics".