Borrow from the boys and and update your flats to brogues, Oxford shoes and loafers. They are generally kinds of menswear-inspired footwear we have seen all over the runways. The fine stitched detailing makes this shoe style different than any other. Brogues scream class, confidence, and sex appeal. They are a great alternative to the dress shoe but they rival them in comfort. This fall, wear brogues with this season’s 60s-inspired mini dresses.
Oxford shoes are a salvation to women tired of high heels. With runway collections loaded with unwalkable-but-totally-sexy high heels designers treaded on women’s corns they apparently caused themselves. There is, however a remedy for this terrible affliction – comfy Oxfords for women!
In fact, you cannot wear high heels everywhere. There are some obvious situations where flat shoes work much better than heels (do not ask Victoria Beckham, she cannot concentrate in flats). Oxfords are a brilliant travel style accessory. Various celebrities have been seen wearing Oxford shoes, for instance Blake Lively (wearing Rag & Bone), Olivia Palermo, Sienna Miller (Rupert Sanderson), and Jessica Biel (Stuart Weitzman). Quite convincing names, huh?
Oxford shoes present an impeccably tailored style of classic menswear. Some models feature a few girly accents to keep things on the feminine side like for example elegant perforation details. Oxford flats will be the perfect match with business separates and denim alike, but they are now making their way onto the red carpet with skirts and formal shorts. Otherwise worn with cropped pants, or leggings, it is a look every woman can pull off.