On the day after the Complex company party, the office is just a wasteland of people trying to be as comfortable as they can while they fight off a terrible hangover for eight hours before they dip out of the office early for the weekend. I made the mistake of not taking advantage of Complex's extremely lax dress code and I'm highly regretting it. Digawel's S/S 16 collection would be the perfect hangover recovery wardrobe. It looks like one of the more comfortable collections I've seen in some time. Drop-shoulder sweatshirts, very wavy shorts, baggy pants, socks with sandals and slightly oversized outerwear that includes bombers, coaches jackets and truckers all come in very mellow and soft colors that are sure to not irritate your retinas when you first pry open your eyes after a night of hard drinking and recreational drug use. That's all we're really looking for—something that will let us hide our shame without too much effort and will be there when we need it most.

[Photos via Swipelife]