You ready for style that’s going to make your eyes pop? Oh, have we got a treat for you. Introducing the latest collaborative collection from Lazy Oaf. In this release, the quirky brand collaborates with London-based graphic designer, Sam Bailey, a.k.a. Sailey. And, if you’re expecting typical, or standard designs, you’re about to be disappointed, because there’s nothing typical or standard about any of these pieces. Drawing inspiration from ‘80s Japanese convenience stores, this collection is bold, unique, and most certainly, colorful. Whether it be emerald green cargo pants that catch your attention, or a bubblegum pink t-shirt that you can’t tear your eyes away from, in typical Lazy Oaf fashion, they did not shy away from creating pieces that would draw attention. More specifically, they designed each piece to resemble a workwear uniform to go along with that convenience store theme, giving the pieces an oversized and relaxed feel. Somehow Lazy Oaf manages to make workwear uniforms stylish, and we’re all for it.