Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden didn't need a pricey designer dress to impress at her brother's wedding over the weekend. Instead, she opted to wear a gorgeous summery gown designed by none other than high-street brand H&M.
Stepping out on Saturday to attend the nuptials of Prince Carl Philip and his fiancée Sofia Hellqvist, Victoria looked beautiful in the flowing, off-the-shoulder dress, which featured a nipped-in waist and slightly ruffled skirt.
The patterned gown is part of the H&M Conscious Exclusive Collection – an eco-friendly line that is "good for people, the planet and your wallet" according to the store's official website.
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Crown Princess Victoria wore a gown from the H&M Conscious Exclusive Collection
While everyday shoppers can get their hands on items such as Victoria's H&M dress, the princess added an extra touch of glamour to her wedding outfit by wearing the exquisite diamond Connaught tiara.
The tiara, which belongs to Victoria's mum Queen Silvia, has been handed down through generations and worn by Swedish royals since 1905, when it was first debuted by Princess Margaret of Connaught.
The future queen of Sweden attended with her husband Prince Daniel and their daughter Princess Estelle
At her brother's royal wedding, Victoria, who was accompanied by her husband Prince Daniel, gave a special reading at the ceremony. Their three-year-old daughter Princess Estelle also played a starring role and acted as one of the ring bearers.
This is not the first time that the future queen of Sweden has opted to wear the high-street designer. Victoria is often spotted attending high-profile events in the Swedish brand, often choosing items from the Conscious range.
Victoria, who completed her look with the diamond Connaught tiara, congratulated her brother Carl Philip at his wedding
She is a particular fan of the Isabel Marant for H&M collection and back in 2013 before its launch, Victoria proved the envy of many a fashionista, donning a textured, beaded jacket that cost approximately £250 and various items of jewellery, during an engagement at Cambridge University.