Lazy Oaf's Oafleisure (In)activewear Range Is Perfect for Lounging Around at Home
Statement garments for you to do nothing in.
“My relationship with sport is a very short story, as you might guess from my brand name Lazy Oaf. Being athletically active comes with a fake handwritten note from my mom excusing me from class,” Lazy Oaf’s founder Gemma Shiel said in a statement. “We’ve seen a humungous surge in athleisurewear over recent years and I’ve had so many people tell me I was missing a trick not entering this product space, well more fool them, how about (in)activewear, clothes to do nothing in, the timing has never felt more right.”
The 14-piece collection is comprised of a checkerboard fleece piece, four tracksuits, bralettes, a bodysuit, leggings and bike shorts. In addition, customers can choose from an array of colorways including monochromatic designs and vibrant styles dressed in hues of neon green, pink and lilac. As part of the brand’s sustainability efforts, all jersey prints have been applied using an eco-friendly printing technique called Lacca. Elsewhere, all jersey garments are crafted from 100 percent organic cotton, while the micro-fleece and polar fleece linings are recycled.
Priced from £35 to £110 GBP (approximately $50 to $155 USD), you can now shop Lazy Oaf’s Oafleisure collection online and in stores.