Dark bitter chocolate comes to mind when you look at these oxford brogues. There is so much detail in these mens designer leather shoes created for guys who love style and want to stand out. The mock croc texture has a slightly matt finish whilst the highly polished panels are adorned with brogue detail. Such an opulent looking shoe. Who would believe the ornamental perforations were once a necessity in the footwear of workers in Scottish and Irish marsh land to get rid of water in their shoes. At that time, city folk thought it beneath them to wear such shoes. Oxford university students also made the oxford style shoe popular back in their day as they wanted more comfort than was offered by mens shoes then.
Over time however, the oxford became known as a most formal shoe and there was a time when maybe it was considered too formal to be worn in a university campus. These days though, there is more scope for individuality. Men, in particular, are having a renaissance in being able to indulge in their footwear. Lets not forget how Louis XIV loved a bit of pomp and preening. But seriously, it is more about finding personal style and what better way of showing that than with a really cool pair of mens shoes. These dark brown two tone brogues have a decadent feel about them. Gentlemen, wear them how you will: with a suit, with jeans. We have only one hope and that is that you feel confident in your style and go out and have fun in them. Dancing shoes, working shoes or walking shoes, whatever the purpose, you know you will look damn fine doing what you are doing.
Care for your funky two tone shoes and they will last longer. Shoe trees are a good way of keeping the shape of a shoe. Give them a quick clean now and again ( check out our blog) but guys, enjoy your designer feel lux looking shoes. Check out the site for our huge range of jazzy mens brogues, oxfords and derby shoes.
See The Gentleman’s Gazette for an in depth guide to Oxford shoes and https://www.gentlemansgazette.com/brogues-shoe-guide-men/