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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...

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