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The Difference Between Oxford and Brogue Shoes

by Waqas Yawar on August 11, 2022

ADRI makes a popular shoe style called the Oxford. This is a Goodyear welted classic that is considered the ideal men's dress shoe for any formal occasion. The Oxford has a closed lacing system, a low heel, and exposed ankle. It provides a sleek silhouette that goes well with most formalwear and suits.

The Oxford shoe, a classic English style, is made by many shoemakers around the world. It is a half boot called the 'Oxonian' that goes back to 1825. The Oxonian was fashionable for students at the famous Oxford University. The Oxford shoe has developed into a staple in men's wardrobes and is available in several style variations including plain, toe cap, and whole cut styles.

There are two main types of leather shoes for men - Oxford and Brogue. Both have their own unique style and are perfect for different occasions. Here's a quick guide to the main differences between these two types of shoes:

Oxford Shoes

Oxford shoes are the more traditional leather shoe option. They're typically made from a single piece of leather, with the laces going through eyelets attached to the leather upper. This gives them a clean and simple look.

Brogue Shoes

Brogue shoes are a more stylish and modern option. They're usually made from multiple pieces of leather, with decorative perforations (or 'broguing') on the toe and sides. Brogues can be both formal and casual, depending on the style you choose.

So, which leather shoe is right for you? It depends on the occasion and your personal style. If you're looking for a classic leather shoe for a formal occasion, go for an Oxford. If you want something a little more stylish and modern, go for a Brogue.

ADRI Oxford Shoes and Oxford brogues are available in different sizes and styles. It is important to think about the shape of your feet when you are picking out a pair of ADRI shoes. This is because it makes a big difference in how well the shoes fit. ADRI shoes are made to last, so making sure they fit well at the beginning will help them last longer.



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