Comfortable and unique clothing brand Lazy Oaf released a new vibrant line just in time for the summer -- offering quirky and one-of-a-kind statement pieces.
The collection was completely inspired by the brand's hometown of London, England, and uses colors and designs to represent the "melting pot" ideology of the city. The lookbook offers an authentic look at the city in the summer, complete with fruit and vegetable stalls, taxis and hair salons. The collection remains close to the brand's famous ideals with oversized silhouettes, baggy t-shirts and wide-leg pants that are all made with pastel tones and retro graphics.
Using the streetwear style that took over the city in the 90s as an outline for the vibrant line, Lazy Oaf offers a unique style for women who are looking for something comfy and detailed.
Lazy Oaf's Vibrant Line is Inspired by the Melting Pot of London
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