Duchess Meghan wears festive burgundy look to visit Grenfell kitchen

On Wednesday morning, Duchess Meghan took a trip to North Kensington to visit the women of the Grenfell kitchen.

The duchess had collaborated with the Hubb Community Kitchen earlier this fall to help create a cookbook of recipes (and to write a foreword for it) that would benefit the women's community that had been affected by the devastating Grenfell Tower fire.

Keeping things simple in burgundy and black, Meghan wore a collared dress and matching coat from Club Monaco for the occasion. She paired her look with black tights and cut-out black leather booties from Givenchy, while she wore minimal makeup and her hair in a low ponytail.

We are obsessed with the simple yet stylish look that is perfect for fall -- and surprisingly, Meghan's Club Monaco look has yet to sell out! Shop all of her pieces below:

According to the Daily Mail, during the mom-to-be's visit with the women, where she donned an apron and cooked alongside the ladies, she expressed her delight in the success of their cookbook.

"It starts from one idea and from this one idea starts so much. I'm so proud of you."

You can shop the "Together: Our Community Cookbook" below: