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The oxford shoe is a shoe of distinction--no doubt about it, a trend borrowed from the men’s wardrobe. The shoe became popular in the 1800s, and women started to adopt the style in the 1920s. Almost 100 years later, us ladies are still rocking them and, boy, has a century of style upgrades done them good.
Why The Oxford?
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Celebrities That Rock the Oxford
Naomi styled her boyfriend jeans with these two-tone
leather oxfords. Take a cue from Naomi and work these wing-tip brogues.
* The classic version is a solid colored lace-up
inspired by a man's dress shoe, with a perforated pattern on the toe known as a
Jessica accessorised her blue-on-blue look — jacket
and cuffed navy trousers — with tri-color patent oxfords. Swap your classic
wing-tips for these oxfords for a pop pf color and flair.
* Two colored oxford shoes are know as spectator shoes.
Mix-print master Olivia layered a cropped black jacket
over a tropical-print top and matching skirt with metallic silver oxfords.