Kate Hudson is our style crush.
The actress rose to fame in 2000 for her role as Penny Lane in "Almost Famous," for which she won a Golden Globe. Kate's career only got better from there, starring in hit films like "How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days" and "Raising Helen."
In recent years, the actress broke into the fashion industry, co-founding famed activewear brand Fabletics.
Through all these years, one thing has remained the same -- her statement-making red carpet style. The blonde beauty knows how to dress for her body, never being afraid to rock figure-hugging gowns or midriff-baring outfits.
Kate left little to the imagination at the 2005 premiere of "Skeleton Key" in a shimmery see-through gown with a plunging neckline. It's safe to say that Kate was ahead of her time, rocking sheer gowns before it even became a trend.
Her most memorable looks?
She absolutely stole the show at 2003 Oscars in a Versace gown made with 14-karat gold. Designer Donatella Versace had to hand-sew the lace embroidery onto the gorgeous gown, which had a small train and cap sleeves. Fast forward 15 years later, she made headlines at the 2018 SAG Awards with a rare fashion misstep. The award-winning star wore her heart on her sleeve -- literally! -- in a Valentino gown.
Check out the slideshow above for her complete style transformation.