Belfast Telegraph

Wednesday 23 July 2014

Hudson lives in gym gear

Kate Hudson

Kate Hudson loves wearing comfy active gear when taking her children to school.

The American actress has teamed up with e-commerce site JustFab Inc. to create her own line of active gear called Fabletics.

With pieces including leggings, vests and shorts, Kate often finds herself wearing the comfy pieces herself when she is on the run with her children Bingham and Ryder.

"I live in this type of wear. All day, I pretty much have something that I work out in or plan to work out in," she explained to website fashionista.com. "[The goal of the Fabletics line is] for women to have athletic wear stylish enough that they can wear it all day... As a mom, how often am I on a red carpet and how often do I wake up and take my kids to school? It's a no-brainer that I'll probably be wearing [activewear] more than I will a Cavalli dress."

Kate continued to talk about how she always strives to keep in shape. She hopes that at a reasonable price, women will invest in the items for when they exercise.

"[I've] always been passionate about fitness and seen its effects on the longevity and vitality," she added. "The fact that we are able to sell at [an affordable] price point with the materials we are using is just amazing. It is hard to find [activewear] at this affordable price."

Fabletics is set to launch 25-30 new outfits monthly. However the blonde star insists she won't be replacing the older designs when the new ones come out if "the community is responding" to them.

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