Monday, November 1, 2010

Hottest Retro-chic of the season-Oxford Shoes

Fashion has repeated itself again and againOne of this season's hottest trends is the oxford shoes. In the past, these classic shoes are associated to menswear and schoolgirls' look. However, retro shoes have been a rage for both men and women. This season's updated oxford shoes are transformed from the traditional style and are inspired by the popular flats, platforms, wedges and high-heels. Now, your oxford shoes can go from work to play, from dressy night party to leisurely weekend brunch. There are kinds of oxford with classic or modern detailing that really makes the oxford shoes a more appealing choice this season. I'm so obsessed with this retro-chic style. It goes with almost everything in your wardrobe; therefore, you can easily change your style just by pairing with the versatile oxford shoes. It must be the shoes-for-all-seasons. It must be the shoes-for-all-seasons. Check out the pictures below, you'll absolutely fall in love with its versatility and retro-chic styles. 

Rihanna wears studded oxford pumps by Miu Miu ($650)

Christian Louboutin Fred Flat 

Christian Louboutin Studded Lace Up Oxford

Cole Haan Oxford Pumps

Frye Chelsea Studded Oxford

Alaia Lace-Up Oxford Pumps

Tory Burch Victor Oxford Wedge 

 Comme des Garcons

Sam Edelman "Kat" Oxford shoes

Marc Jacobs

Sam Edelman‑ Sawyer Oxford

Retro-chic---It goes perfectly with a floral top

Also easy to go with black blazer and suit pants

Oxford shoes in very sharp, bright colors

old-school look-with white socks

Special look- graffiti Oxford

So Vintage style- with overall denim outfit

With plaid shirt and camel shorts -My Fave

Simple yet chic- White oxford with a white skirt

Oxford Pumps goes well with a dress as well

It's so cute to pair Oxford flats with pattern tights

My Dream Oxford Shoes

The latest Oxford shoes we got Recently

1 comment:

  1. thanks for sharing this awesome footwear collection


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