Originally Posted by Hannelore
a top doesn't become transparent because of the angle of a camera!
It's indeed not flattering. If you can see it on a photo, you can certainly see it yourself as well. A better choice next time I hope.
It's not transparent because of the camera angle, but because of the flash of the camera. When Mette-Marit got dressed I am sure that there was no transparency in her home. However, lighting in our private homes and dressing rooms is usually different from that of public lighting. Pair that with strong lighting from flashing cameras and there you have it.
It's like a friend of mine who was always putting on more makeup at work because she thought that she looked awful. Her lighting at home was not nearly as strong as the fluorescent lighting at work. At work, she thought that her face looked like she'd missed a few spots whereas at home, she thought that she looked great when she walked out of the door. It was simply a matter of lighting.