Kate Hudson owns her domain as a bohemian style setter, but her latest appearance in an Alexander McQueen tuxedo pantsuit at the Glee season four premiere makes us think she's moved on to conquer the menswear-inspired look, too. While we're certainly fans of embracing the borrowed-from-the-boys trend, it's refreshing to see this style countered with its direct opposite: a sensual brand of femininity. Cultivate your own girlie spin on the androgynous look with our Kate Hudson-inspired styling tips and shopping picks below.
- Kate's low-cut lace chemise top showed off just the right amount of skin, reminding you that, despite her modest tailored suit, there's a woman underneath. If you're not a fan of revealing too much décolletage, we recommend a semisheer appliqué-style blouse — something that hints at skin-baring appeal, but doesn't give anything away.
- Take into consideration her chunky gold bangles, black and gold clutch, and studded Brian Atwood pumps — together, these accents injected a sexier edge to her menswear ensemble. You don't necessarily have to go the same route, but one thing we think is crucial? A strong, sexy heel.
- If you want to take this bold pantsuit look from day to night, you can, and here's how. For an office-appropriate feel, keep the sex appeal toned down. Instead of a lacy camisole, try a silky button-up blouse. Then, ditch the matching blazer for a skinny belt, gold stud earrings, and a sleek black pump. Come nightfall, throw your blazer on, switch out the blouse for an embellished tank top, add a red lip, and you're out the door.