In a recent article, People magazine talks about Kate Hudson’s sultry yet patriotic Instagram post for the fourth of July. Hudson models pieces from her Fabletics line featuring red, white, and blue stars and stripes. The pieces are the Moorea Bra ($34.95) and the Bajan Hipster Bottom ($29.95), both of which are comfy and stretchy. The bottoms are silky-soft swimwear that provide UPF 50+/UV protection and are chlorine resistant. The bra is a supportive racer-back shape. Source: http://stylenews.people.com/style/2016/07/04/kate-hudson-fourth-of-july-patriotic-beach-wear-fabletics/
This isn’t the first time Hudson showed some skin on her Instagram feed. Just days before she posted a throwback photo of herself posing nude, silhouetted against a window with her back to the camera and a sculpture of the word “love” on a table next to her.
Even though Hudson is super fit, everyone has cheat days and what better time to indulge than the fourth of July? Hudson admits to being a sucker for frozen treats and while she often opts for chocolate dipped coconut milk ice cream bars, her all-time favorite summer indulgence is frozen yogurt.
This Fabletics review is a company co-founded by Kate Hudson that specializes in active wear and atheleisure clothing. While the company focuses mostly on products for women, they launched a men’s line in June 2015. In fall 2015, Fabletics opened its first six retail locations in the U.S.
Fabletics provides a personalized shopping experience for each customer. After creating an account, you take a quiz to determine your style, then the site shows you personalized product recommendations. You can then shop whenever you please or choose to become a VIP member. VIPs get 50% off regular pricing and receive points towards free items. VIP members of Fabletics must either shop by the 5th of each month or choose to skip the month to avoid being billed.