What’s in Kate Hudson’s Happy x Nature line?
Get a peep at the stylish new line that you can feel good about purchasing.
From sustainable homewares brands to ethical high-street fashion lines, we've been seeing a whole bunch of great brands pitching in to do their bit for the environment lately. Now, our favourite golden girl Kate Hudson has joined the eco-friendly cause with a line that we can't wait to shop.
Titled Happy x Nature, Hudson's new fashion line is full of ethical pieces made from recycled fabrics. From jeans made out of recycled plastic bottles to apparel made from organic cotton and Repreve, this is a line that you can shop entirely guilt free.
In typical Kate Hudson style, the apparel is also drop dead gorgeous. Giving off laid-back, summery vibes, the Happy x Nature line is full of floaty, feminine dresses, cute overalls and boho-style tops. You can also get your hands on a range of tanks, tees, blazers and jeans to get the basics side of your wardrobe sorted.
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Our personal favourite from the line has to be the Floral Angel Jumpsuit. The baby blue one-piece features a deep-v neckline, ruffled sleeves, pockets and a cheeky back cut out. It also comes adorned with tiny yellow flowers and is so pretty that we're already waiting for summer to roll back around so we can wear it everywhere.
True to its name, Hudson has said that the company uses only bio-degradable shipping bags, whilst avoiding all plastics and throw-away paper. Essentially, this is a brand worth getting behind.
When and where can you shop the line?
The Happy x Nature site officially launched a week ago, so you can already get in and get your hands on the line. Prices range from US$48-$148, making the line surprisingly accessible.
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