Antique Oxford 500604
The Oxford shoe is defined by shoelace eyelets tabs that are attached under the vamp, a feature termed "closed lacing". This contrasts with Derbys, or Blüchers, which have shoelace eyelets attached to the top of the vamp. Oxfords first appeared in Scotland and Ireland, where they are called Balmorals after Balmoral Castle. Originally, Oxford shoes were plain, formal shoes, made of leather but they evolved into a range of styles suitable for both formal and casual wear. Made in top quality Leather, these elegant & spectacular Antique Brown Oxfords from CIZMAR pair well with formal suits and jackets, trousers & chinos in brown, beige, cream& khaki washes. They also look smart with jeans.