Brown Oxford Brogue
This brown oxford brogue is a staple addition to your wardrobe. You can wear this to the office and look stylish and smart. The brogue detailing is that of a full brogue as it has the wing tip and medallion as well as punch out to the side and heel. The fact the lace system is an oxford (as opposed to a less formal derby) adds to the punch this shoe can make. The fact it is brown makes it possible to wear in a smart casual way so you could feasibly wear a pair of jeans and don a tweed jacket with a shirt for that kind of look.
More About Oxford and Brogue Shoes
These shoes come from different spectrums of the shoe rainbow. On one hand, the oxford originated from the upper class attendees of the eponymous university who wore boots called Oxonians in the 1800s. These were made into shoes and had slits rather than button ups for ease of wear. They became the doyen of the priviledged and earned the respect of the most formal shoe in those times. On the other end of the scale, we have the brogue. These originated in the working classes who wore shoes with holes in them to work the fields of Scotland and Ireland. Thats is how the brogue was born but it became a country shoe widely worn. Eventually, it became acceptable to wear in towns. Nowadays, we have married the two and you can wear brown oxford brogues to many formal occasions.