London-based brand, Lazy Oaf, has blessed us with its Summer 2016 collection. Giving us the summertime feels, the collection features flamingo prints and colourful beach-themed stripes.

It's a little slicker than the average Lazy Oaf drop, with a focus on more subtle cartoon designs. These are splashed across lightweight cottons and appear alongside the brand's classic slogan tees, including our all-time favourite "More Bills than Skills."

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