According to legend it was the students of Oxford College, which made popular in the mid-19th century the Oxford shoe. High or half-height boots in the Herrenwelt were considered chic, until then considered the academics Oxford, a laced shoe, as a better means of expression for their style. Around the year 1860 Oxford he established itself as a classic summer shoe. The sole was at that time still very thin and protected from adverse weather conditions. In the early 1920s came finally thick soled Oxford shoes in fashion. They braved bad weather and were henceforth no longer imagined out of Mr shoe fashion.
Today is Oxford as the most elegant men’s shoe model, and that’s why in any collection one gentlemen should be missing. The closed lacing is typical for him. Here are the responsible for the lace side panels under the front hand – is the name given to the front part of the shoe – sewn. He is usually closed by five pairs of lace eyelets. Ideally, he then acts Oxford as a cast. From the flap is only the upper edge. This is much more elegant than an men’s shoe with open lacing (Derby, Blucher).
Different models – one thing in common: Oxford is pure elegance
Is he waived on additional Broguings at the Oxford largely, there already with its clear lines that radiate pure elegance narrow shape and smooth surface. A such Oxford shoes without hole decoration is called plain Oxford. A running above the toes front caps seam across exists in addition called the Captoe Oxford. Not mention the models Wholecut and seamless Oxford should remain at this point, drive them the puristic elegance of Oxford on the tip. An Oxford is called Wholecut, which has only a visible heel seam next to the Schaftkantennaht. The seamless Oxford, however, also waives this seam. Accordingly higher leather consumption for these models fails, not to mention the required technical skill. Wholecut and seamless Oxford are made to measure in General.
Knew already Fred Astaire: the Oxford is the perfect companion of tuxedos
Due to its slim fit and the closed lacing is Oxford far too refined for use in leisure. Pin-striped suits fits it perfectly, however, and guaranteed its wearer an elegant appearance. No matter, whether solemn occasion or business appearance, with Oxford its owner in the style-conscious range is. Even the legendary Fred Astaireknew that. For the great actor and designated gentlemen Oxford shoes were among the all time favourites at the foot.
Often he held Oxford in black, consists of box calf leather and is thus the perfect companion to a tuxedo. As well he fits well in dark brown with an anthracite -, marinefarbenen or dark brown suit.
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