Anatomy of a look: Kate Hudson

Actress Kate Hudson proves the ‘pretty in pink’ maxim, especially when adorned with almost $400,000 of Tiffany jewels. Annmarie O’Connor breaks down the quieter components of her look.

OVER IT 

Anatomy of a look: Kate Hudson

When it comes to cocktail hour, a draped coat is on point. With no horizontal rain or searing wind to contend with, simply shoulder-drape that mantle for laissez-faire luxe.

Mink belted robe coat, Wallis, €119

JUMP TO IT 

Anatomy of a look: Kate Hudson

Ah, the all-in-one!

There’s no contending that the cognitive ease of a well-cut jumpsuit is peerless.

Kate’s pink plunge beauty says it all. Just look at her. All smiles.

I rest my case.

Velvet jumpsuit, Penneys, €18

A HARD CASE 

Anatomy of a look: Kate Hudson

When you need a bouncer and insurance to go out for the night, that’s a sure indication to do yourself a solid and forego the flash when it comes to accessories. Nothing fandangled. A simple clutch and heels pairing will do the job nicely.

Zoe’ satin hard case clutch, Accessorize, €45.90

Anatomy of a look: Kate Hudson 


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