When Meghan Markle and Prince Harry released their official engagement portrait earlier this year, it’s safe to say the actor stole the show in her gorgeous couture Ralph & Russo gown, which featured a ruffle skirt and sheer embroidered bodice.
But fans wanting to emulate her look were a tad disappointed when they realised they couldn’t buy the designs , until now that is, because Net-A-Porter has just exclusively the brand’s first ready-to-wear collection online.
In case you’re not aware, the British haute couture designs come courtesy of Tamara Ralph and Michael Russo, and are worn by loads of celebs, including Meghan of course. She’s even rumoured to have picked the duo to design her wedding dress.
Although Meghan’s dress was of course couture, for SS18, the brand has branched out into slightly more affordable ready-to-wear Spring Summer 2018, without compromising on the brand’s elegant and glam DNA.
The result? 18 pieces including accessories and daywear pieces with a high octane twist. Think blouses in dusky rose with asymmetrical details, a traditional trench in shimmering rose gold and a blush pink gown with hexagon netted lace, flared sleeves and fully encrusted with degradé crystal embroidery.
This article originally appeared in Marie Claire UK.