4 Royals Who Can't Get Enough of Self-Portrait's Sheer Designs
Designer Han Chong has been making his mark with his contemporary brand, Self-Portrait, since its launch in September 2013. The Malaysian native and graduate of Central Saint Martins is known for making the naked dress trend popular. With the brand's signature sheer panels, eyelet details, and modest hemlines, it seems like Self-Portrait isn't just popular among celebrities, but also with royals.
From Kate Middleton's ethereal white maxi dress to Princess Victoria's midi version, have a look at four times royal celebrities slipped into Self-Portrait designs for special occasions. Then, shop some similar picks from the label if you want to try the trend too.
Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden
During the christening of Prince Oscar in 2016, Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden wore a white lace dress by the brand. The midi dress featured three-quarter sleeves and sheer panels. Victoria topped off her look with a matching fascinator.
Princess Beatrice of York
While at a party in London in 2017, Princess Beatrice wore a sheer blue Self-Portrait dress with ruffle accents. Beatrice's ankle-length dress featured a nude slip underneath that blended seamlessly. She styled the dress with a pair of black ankle-strap heels.
While Pippa Middleton isn't exactly a royal, she is related to Kate Middleton and has style to match. While at Wimbledon in 2017, Pippa wore a blush-hued Self-Portrait dress that had a beige slip underneath. The dress featured lace cape sleeves, a white twill collar, and a grosgrain band at the waist. She styled the midi dress with a pair of gray stilettos and oversize sunglasses.
While attending the London premiere of A Street Cat Named Bob in 2016, Kate Middleton wore a white maxi dress from the brand. Kate's dress featured a thigh-high slit along with a peek-a-boo bodice. Kate added a ruby pin on the dress and styled it with a red suede clutch and matching heels.