Take On Menswear With Oxfords

July 1, 2012

in Bedstu shoes, Giraffe Walk shoes, Jeffrey Campbell shoes, oxfords

An oxford is a classic shape that spans the bridge between men’s and women’s wear. It’s a shoe that is an easy way for a woman to change things up instead of a pump or ballet flat and with its structure and balance it’s a simple and small fashionable measure. Hollywood’s starlets love a good oxford, whether flat or heeled. Check out these ladies’ shoe choices that will give you flashback to the days of private school uniforms. Don’t be tardy!

Taylor Swift and Jeffrey Campbell Williams Oxford

As a swoon-worthy young crooner, Taylor Swift easily captured the hearts of America with her sweet sound and even sweeter style. A heeled oxford caps off her down-home charming look as she walks through the London streets. A heeled oxford is a great way to dress up and outfit without looking overdressed. The Jeffrey Campbell Williams Oxford has a modern color-blocked patent shine with a stacked wood heel. Jeffrey Campbell has a reputation of both classic and crazy creations but these oxfords are timeless and undemanding.

Keira Knightly and Bedstu Lita Oxford

British bombshell Keira Knightly wows in a simple summer dress, blazer, tights, and a neutral oxford. The oxford may be British but these shoes work wonders for women around the world. A structured oxford is a fantastic alternative to a ballet flat or heel if your feet aren’t feeling the height or lack of support. Bedstu is a brand based on craftsmanship and endurance, and the Lita Oxford is sturdy and supportive with a hint of lady-like flair.

January Jones and Jaipur Oxford

January Jones looks effortless in a patterned sweater and cropped jeans with an amazing androgynous finesse. Her fedora and flat oxfords are a nod to the days of newsboys and a vintage look is a great way to keep modern and feminine even with a masculine look. The Jaipur Oxford isn’t your ordinary oxford, with a soft woven leather exterior and cutouts along the toes. Giraffe Walk has mastered the art of detailing shoes with just enough interested to remain classic and intriguing at the same time.

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