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New Brand Out Of Office Amps Up Your Off-Duty Lifestyle

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    We all probably strive to look our best at work (cue promotion), but, truth is, our off-duty style needs some love, too. And, luckily, former producer and stylist Diana Frame and graphic designer Kapono Chung are helping us do just that with their new brand, Out Of Office. It's a line that stocks after-hours-ready staples like travel-friendly bags, rad baseball hats, and beach towels emblazoned with fun, colorful prints that’ll fit flawlessly into your 5-to-9 (or, let's be honest, later than that) lifestyle.

    Introduce one of the caps to your weekend brunch look, tote around a bag for a day of city exploring, or roll out one of the graphic towels on your much-needed winter escape. Whatever you choose, you're sure to live your "I'm relaxing, give me some space" life in style. So, click through to peep (and shop!) the must-buy collection — including fruit-filled shots that'll totally make you feel like you're already chillin' in the tropics. Your search for that perfect, relaxed wardrobe ends right here.

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