Kate Hudson Wears Neutral Bikini That Will Have You Re-Thinking Your Swimwear Colors

When I think bikini, bright colors for a mid-day pool party and dark tones for a moonlit dip come to mind, but I never really thought nude-toned swimwear was a thing, until now. Kate Hudson rocked a neutral tone Acacia bikini Tuesday while vacationing in Greece. If ever there were an argument for why your next swimwear purchase should match your skin tone, Hudson is it.

As pale as I am, I always stray from so-called "nude" tones because I would look, well, nude. Of course, this does not apply to all skin tones — "nude" almost always translates to "super light" — but I greatly wish getting a tan was in my DNA. However, while Hudson may be a member of my pale posse, I’ve never seen her look sexier in a bikini. Note the sleek body jewelry falling perfectly across the mid point of her toned torso.

Balancing on the low stone wall by the pool, completely outstretched with one hand cupping her left hip, the other arm above her head, fingers dipped in water, Hudson has given a new meaning to tanning goals. When in Greece, indeed Ms. Hudson.

Clearly working up a sweat in all her Fabletics gear has done Hudson good as she continues to rock one of the hottest bods in Hollywood. The actress-turned-active-wear-designer obviously opted for a neutral toned bikini because her Grecian goddess physique is a show stopper on its own. But you don't have to shy away from this look no matter your body type.

So whether you’re looking to show off your own physique or are just in the mood to try something new, check out five neutral swimsuits inspired by Hudson’s poolside ensemble. The first bikini listed is the exact suit worn by Hudson herself. Note the color's name: topless. I see what you did there, Kate.

1. Acacia

Santorini Top in Topless, $106, iShine365

Maui Bottom in Topless, $101, iShine365

2. 6 Shore Road

Push-Cart One-Piece Swimsuit, $138, Urban Outfitters

3. Marysia Swim

Antibes Bikini in Tan, $260, fwrd


Spicy V-neck Tassels Swimsuit, $19, OASAP

5. Marysia Swim

Scallop One Piece Swimsuit, $315, Revolve

When not in Greece, still do as the Greek do.