Meghan Markle put on a sleek display with an effortlessly-chic look for a special lunch date in West Hollywood on Wednesday, March 8.

In celebration of International Women’s Day, the Duchess partnered with Harvest Home, an organization that helps provide housing, mental health support and classes to expectant mothers who have faced tremendous challenges, including domestic violence, substance use and homelessness, according to Archewell. Meghan then reportedly treated the women of Harvest Home to a luncheon at the female-owned restaurant Gracias Madre on Melrose Avenue.

Dressing up for the occasion, Meghan’s outfit was luxurious but low-key — perfectly befitting a Duchess off-duty. In a ribbed black T-shirt, cropped trousers and a cashmere coat by Max Mara, the look was a masterclass in refinement.

While keeping clothes simple and refined, she opted for luxe accessories with a black-and-white Chanel handbag, Valentino Maxi Stud flat mules and sunglasses by Valentino. For jewelry, she kept it classic with a light stack of bangles, including a gold Cartier Love bangle and her go-to Cartier Tank watch. Her long hair was pulled back into a low bun, and her makeup was minimal.

Though it seems Prince Harry was not invited, he acknowledged IWD while at the BetterUp Uplift Summit in San Francisco. Speaking about his role as Chief Impact Officer, the Duke spoke highly about the work being done by the staff at Archewell, calling the nonprofit’s all-female communications team “the most resilient people” he knows.

It was Meghan’s first outing since it was announced that her children had finally been bequeathed their royal titles after an at-home christening in Montecito for daughter Lilibet Diana Mountbatten-Windsor, who was born on June 4, 2021. A representative for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex officially referred to Lilibet as a princess for the first time this week while revealing details about the 1-year-old’s christening.