The Duchess had a video call with a group of women who have been helped by the charity. The range, which the duchess helped to design, aimed to offer women classic wardrobe pieces to help them feel confident as they mobilise back into the work space.
"People can say that so much of Smart Works is about the clothes themselves but it's really not", she said.
"All of that stuff is the exterior but it's what it does for you on the inside that ends up being the best accessory". Advertisement Though most of the artwork is cut off in the video frame, viewers can see the bottom portion, which reads "I love you, California", and shows the claws of a bear. The former "Suits" star looked stunning in a low ponytail, white blazer and brown top.
The UK charity assists unemployed women with interview training and provides them with interview clothes.
"That's so true" Meghan responded. "That's charity as we know it today".
Meghan launched "The Smart Set Capsule Collection" past year, which included a ideal white shirt, an elegant blazer, well cut pants, a dress that flatters everyone and the flawless tote.
"The collection was designed to create a flawless working wardrobe for Smart Works clients".
With over 3,000 clients coming to Smart Works in the past year and 1,000 women taking pieces, Meghan's clothing collection has clearly proved to be invaluable - we wonder if she'll launch another in the future?
After living in LA for five months, Meghan and Harry opted for more anonymity in Montecito, Calif, with digs that are reportedly around 14,563 square-feet and cost $14.7 million.