In the 1900s, the Oxford shoe was worn by men and boys for social occasions, now with all things androgynous trending, it has become a key footwear shape for women too. They are a chic alternative to sneakers and are the perfect wardrobe update to the ballet flat.
Most retailers have a version of the Oxford shoe, so before you buy a pair ask yourself...
- Do they compliment your personal style?
- Do you already have something similar?
- Will they work back with three existing items in your wardrobe?
and then consider your budget...
Save with Rubi Shoes Polka Dot Brogues
Spend with Rollie Nations Derby Circle Punch
Or splurge with Rachel Comey Acker Perforated Oxfords