You're already addicted to your Fabletics membership, which provides an endless supply of pretty, printed tops and leggings that keep you the best dressed in your yoga class, but sometimes you wish you could recreate Kate Hudson's boho-chic style outside the gym. Enter: HappyXNature. The actor's new sustainable collection includes a jumpsuit your fall wardrobe won't want to live without.
Finally, Hudson has channeled that signature free-spirited aesthetic into a line of daytime wearables. Not that her Fabletics designs weren't brunch-appropriate, but now you'll have something else to wear between athleisure when the time calls for it.
Sure, she may be among the best in the movie business, but she told InStyle earlier in the year that becoming a fashion designer was always her dream. The ready-to-wear line that she's been fantasizing about "for a really long time" would be rooted in accessibility, inclusivity, and sustainability, she said in the interview.
Now, that collection has come to fruition and the actor-turned-designer unveiled it at Selfridges in London on Weds., modeling her favorite pieces in the store. Aside from the metallic-green '80s mini dress she sported (which you'll be wanting for your next party, no doubt), she also debuted a brown jumpsuit that looks to be the perfect addition to any fall wardrobe.
HappyXNature's coffee-colored Gem Jumpsuit is like the ones in your closet, except it incorporates that iconic Kate Hudson '70s flair with wide legs and a long, wispy tie belt. Its collar, more relaxed than structured, descends into a V-neck, which allowed Hudson to show off her stacked gold Anne Sisteron necklaces. Her 14-karat hoops were by the jeweler, too.
The collection includes upwards of 125 pieces, so there's plenty to choose from between flowy floral maxis, peasant blouses, work blazers and beyond. There's something for the girl who loves a quirky pair of jeans and the girl who loves to look like she could be frolicking in a field of daisies all the same.
You'll find plenty of corduroy, crochet, and retro distressed denim in earthy colors, all inspired by nature. You can trust the clothes in this collection have been gentle to the planet, too. The skinny jeans, for instance, are sewn with yarn made from plastic bottles.
The pieces range in price from about $50 to $300. The Zoe Report's (and Hudson's) top picks, ahead.