Kate Hudson added another notch to her endless list of accomplishments this week with a new healthy venture.
The actress debuted her line of plant-based nutritional powders titled InBloom today, sharing the good news with her over 12 million Instagram followers. In the post, Hudson sipped on a glass of a pink drink from the health-based brand and matched the shade of her beverage to her soft V-neck pajama set and slouchy pink tube socks.
And we are officially live! I am SO excited to finally share @tobeinbloom with you today! I’ve worked with my team for over 2 years on these formulations and could not be happier with what we’ve created. Try it, share it, love it! 🌸 #wellnesslifestyle #nurturenature #nurtureyourself #inbloom
A post shared by Kate Hudson (@katehudson) on Aug 25, 2020 at 6:18am PDT
When she isn’t in soft pajamas, the “How To Lose a Guy in 10 Days” star opts for pieces from her activewear brand Fabletics that she co-founded in 2013. The pieces include everything from leggings and sports bras to stylish bandeaus and maternity products.
Earlier this week, Hudson showed off another all-pink look courtesy of her own brand, teaming a sports bra with fuschia spandex shorts for an at-home workout. Her baby pink Ella top retails for $60 while her Oasis yoga shorts come with a price of $45 at Fabletics.com.
A post shared by Kate Hudson (@katehudson) on Aug 21, 2020 at 10:58am PDT
Beyond 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 “Almost Famous” 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 find even more of Kate Hudson’s chicest off-duty style moments.
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