Straight toe-cap Oxford shoes are a great classic of men's fashion.
A line of topstitching adorns the quarters around the eyelets.
The long upper and slim Blake sewn sole modernize and refine the line of this shoe.
If the shoe is slightly too big, consider adding insoles so that your foot fills the shoe well.
This will prevent unsightly wrinkles and extend the life of your shoes.
The Brogue or Richelieu shoe was long considered as the most elegant shoe. The shoe is characterized by eyelet tabs stitched underneath the vamp. They are particularly suitable for men whose instep is not too developed.