Celebrity Meghan Markle Meghan Markle Wore an Embellished White Minidress to Global Citizen Live A sartorial 180 from the look she initially showed up in. By Alicia Brunker Alicia Brunker Instagram Alicia Brunker is a freelance writer who covers celebrity, royal, and fashion news for InStyle.com. She joined InStyle's digital team in 2017, and previously contributed to ELLE, T: The New York Times Style Magazine, and WWD. InStyle's editorial guidelines Published on September 26, 2021 @ 10:49AM Pin Share Tweet Email Meghan Markle ended her visit to New York City on a sartorial high note. Following three fashion-filled days of seeing the sights and supporting her favorite causes, the duchess seemingly saved her best look for last at Global Citizen Live in Central Park. For the event, Meghan traded in her down-to-business pantsuits and turtlenecks for a party-ready minidress. Taking the stage alongside her husband Prince Harry, she wore a white, floral-embellished Valentino shift with an abbreviated hemline (sans nude hose), and paired the designer garment with black pointed-toe stilettos and diamond stud earrings. She styled her hair in a low-slung loose ponytail with face-framing sections, while her makeup was classic with a subtle smoky eye and pink lip. The entire look was a complete 180 from the one Meghan initially arrived in. On her way to the venue, she was photographed in a long black winter coat and a gray scarf that was wrapped around her neck despite the 75-degree temperatures. Meghan Markle's Latest Outfit Is Proof That Beige Doesn't Have to Be Boring During her joint speech with Harry, Meghan discussed the importance of global vaccine equity. "Every single person on this planet has a fundamental right to get this vaccine. That's the point, but that's not happening," she said, according to People. "And while in this country and many others, you can go almost anywhere and get vaccinated, billions of people around the world cannot. This year, the world's expected to produce enough doses to meet the target of vaccinating 70% of people in every single country. But it is wrong that so much of the vaccine supply has only gone to just 10 wealthy nations so far, and not everyone else. It's just not OK." Meghan concluded, "Just think about the millions of vaccines that have been discarded this year. That's like throwing away life vests when those around you are drowning."