Kate Hudson traded her leggings and athleisure for a chic boho-inspired look this week.
Dressing up for fall, the “Almost Famous” actress posed for with a drink made with her own line of liquor, King St. Vodka. The star opted for a printed floral maxi dress from A.L.C.; the colorful red design includes a tapestry motif atop a silky fabric and a side-slit detailing. Though it retails for $750, you can get the design for up to $200 off thanks to Saks’ Black Friday deals online with the code BFEARLYSF.
To top off the fall-ready dress, Hudson then slipped on a set of brown leather knee-high riding boots; the heeled style featured Western-inspired detailing with handy pull taps across the uppers.
When she isn’t in designer duds and seasonal pieces, you can oftentimes find the “How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days” star in pieces from her athleisure label, Fabletics. The actress posed for the athletic label back in October for example to model its winter edit that dropped on Nov. 1 at Fabletics.com, in a cozy red cowl-neck sweater and tie-leg leggings.
As if her athleisure-chic ensemble wasn’t already on-trend, the actress made sure to include a set of chic streetwear-inspired sneakers. The kicks come from Puma’s hit collaboration with Chinese streetwear brand Randomevent as they reimagined the athletic label’s Alien Cell silhouette. The chunky, 1990s-era sneakers feature mixed material uppers with suede overlays and an unmissable yellow panel with graphic text.
Complete with exposed cushioning in the heel and a textured outsole, the Puma x Randomevent Alien Cell sneakers retail in limited sizes at Puma.com for $110; more sizes are available at Yoox.com as well for $115.
Beyond co-creating Fabletics, Kate Hudson’s experience in the fashion industry is neverending. She partnered with New York & Company in 2018 as an ambassador and has previously starred in campaigns for Jimmy Choo, Ann Taylor, La Mer and Michael Kors amongst others. For her more formal occasions, the “Bride Wars” alumna can be found in everything from Zuhair Murad Couture to Atelier Versace and Reem Acra. Her off-duty outfits include, of course, Fabletics pieces but also Nike sneakers, Ugg slippers and even Danner hiking boots.
Click through the gallery to discover more of Kate Hudson’s chic street style looks over the years.
Launch Gallery: How Kate Hudson’s Street Style Has Changed From 2004 to Today
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