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Lazy Oaf

Having joined forces with Vans for a special capsule for women earlier this year, London-based Lazy Oaf‘s latest collaboration sees them team up with visual artist Sailey (a.k.a Sam Bailey) for a playful capsule collection.

This collaborative capsule takes inspiration from Japanese convenience stores circa the 1980s and is centered around a fictional 24-hour “inconvenience” store, Lucky 24, opening just in time for summer. Why is it “inconvenient”, you ask? Well, the store is only “possibly open”, and it guarantees “bad quality”.

The six-piece collection includes workwear-influenced pieces, including uniform-like T-shirts, work pants, and accessories. Below, we’ve shared a few of our must-cop pieces from the capsule, including the pastel blue half-zip shirt that details the inconvenience store’s hours and info, plus bolder pieces like the colorful tote bag. Whatever you choose to cop, each of the pieces is perfect for injecting some fun into your summer wardrobe.

Peep more of the pieces from the new collab below, and click through for what’s sure to be a smoother check-out process than the inconvenience store offers at Urban Outfitters.

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