Vans x Lazy Oaf

Vans x Lazy Oaf Collaborate on an Entire Outfit

Vans x Lazy Oaf got together and made a line of sneakers, checkerboard mini skirts, dad hats, oversized hoodies, bags and more.

The limited time collaboration between Vans x Lazy Oaf brings the UK streetwear brand to attention here in the US. We all know Vans as the iconic skateboard shoes that originated in southern California. Lazy Oaf was founded in London by designer Gemma Shiel, in 2001, straight out of design school. She started out screen printing t-shirts in a stall. The irreverent label makes womenswear, menswear and accessory collections featuring bold colors and graphic prints that are inspired by youth nostalgia, teenage rebellion and a spirit of non-conformity.

vans x lazy oaf off the wall hoodie and checkerboard eye skirt

The Off the Wall Lazy Hoodie ($79.50) is shown here with the Eyeball Check Skirt ($64.50). It looks really cute worn with the Style 29 ($90) lace up sneakers, and the matching Lazy Sock ($12).

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The Bear Floral Bodysuit ($49.50) has a sexy v-shaped behind, but they won’t show it to you on the official Vans website, because they don’t want a bunch of creepers abandoning their shopping carts. The most popular item is the Bear Bag ($44), which is sold out at the Lazy Oaf website. Don’t forget about the feminine and floral Vans x Lazy Oaf Authentic ($65) lace up sneakers.

Other items from the new collaboration include backpacks, crewnecks, long sleeve and regular oversized t-shirts. You could buy them all and only wear Vans x Lazy Oaf all summer of 2018.

To shop the awesome Vans x Lazy Oaf collection, visit the online store at Vans, or Lazy Oaf. Select designs are also available from ASOS and Urban Outfitters.

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Elizabeth de Moya has contributed to DJ Mag, DJ TechTools, LA Weekly and Thump (Vice). She has a BA in Linguistics from UC Berkeley.