Another day, another ’90s throwback. This one comes courtesy of Opening Ceremony and Esprit.

The two brands have teamed up for a second time, dropping a summer collection that’s basically a rainbow of pastels.

It covers everything from floral denim jackets to tracksuits, bucket hats, socks and swimwear, and includes pieces for men, women and kids.

The Esprit by OC  collection was designed to offer a fresh and modern interpretation of the Esprit brand. In our opinion, OC's done a pretty good job of it. Then again, OC could probably make any brand seem cool again.

You can shop the collection online now, with OC now shipping to Australia.

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