Fabletics was co-founded in 2013 by Adam Goldenberg, Don Ressler and Kate Hudson. Kate Hudson is a Hollywood actress that is often seen as the face of the Fabletics line. Fabletics specializes in the sale of women’s sportswear and accessories. They primarily market to their customers online but they have brick-and-mortar locations in select cities across the United States.
Kate Hudson has helped to create appealing clothing for women within the Fabletics line of sportswear. One product that she has been promoting lately is her athleisure dresses that are becoming very popular with her clients.
Hudson designed these dresses to be functional, flexible and stylish. A person can literally work out in the dresses (though they were not made for that purpose) and then go out on a date. The dresses are easy to put on and a female can walk around them without any worry or concern.
Fabletics athleisure dress designers have even created the pieces to be worn without a bra. This is because the cups on the front part of the dress firm enough to support a woman. The feature is well appreciated by many women who sported this outfit because it gives them a sense of freedom. They do not have to be restricted by the way a bra feels on their chest.
One of the best things about the athleisure dress is its style. Hudson and her design team made the dress fancy enough to be worn out for a night on the town and simple enough for a casual business meeting. The average woman can wear this type of dress to a party, the movies, a concert or a nice romantic dinner in an upscale restaurant.
The material is made out of the same materials that are used for sports gear. Sports material is usually flexible to accommodate movement and it absorbs sweat. Athleisure dresses are the same. However, they do not have a shoddy quality about them. Hudson and her team really made these dresses to be an appealing clothing item for women to have in their closet. You can find out more about Kate Hudson’s athleisure dress at Marie Claire or on the Fabletics website.
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