I often wonder about things that have stood the test of time and the one name that immediately comes to mind is Classic Oxford shoes. These have a simple, timeless design, are comfortable to wear and emanate a sense of elegance and sophistication. These shoes are the most versatile and you can always rely on them, as these never go out of style.
Kings Oxfords are designed with high-end precision and superior styling, which makes them truly world-class. These are a must for your professional wardrobe if you believe in putting your best foot forward and making a style statement. These are a great way to style any outfit.
Based on my experience, I can say with confidence that you can pull off various looks with Kings Oxford shoes. It's not just about office wear; you can use Kings Oxfords for semi-formal and informal occasions also. Let's talk about some cool looks that you can easily pull off with Kings Oxfords.
Trendy look: Slip on your favorite skinny jeans (blue or black), a slim fit t-shirt (plain, light-colored), and a jacket that matches the color and texture of your Kings Oxfords. This look is best for informal occasions and for folks at the college. You can try various variations of this to best suit your individual looks, personality, and style.
The Gentleman look: Kings Oxfords work great when paired with the full package of suit and tie. This look is best for occasions when you need to make the right impressions in a formal environment. It is most suitable for job interviews, boardroom presentations, client meetings, etc. You need to have the right pairing, for example, Black suits go well with Black Oxfords whereas, for Gray suits, Brown Oxfords would be more appropriate.
Casual Friday look: Just take any white or light gray t-shirt, your regular pair of classic blue jeans and pair these with black or light brown Kings Oxfords. This simple and classic combination is most appropriate for casual Fridays and other semi-formal occasions. If it's the winter months, you can put on a blazer matching the color and texture of your Kings Oxfords.
As I have read, the history of Oxford Shoes is also quite interesting. It's said that Classic Oxfords first made their appearance in Scotland and Ireland, and they were initially referred to as Balmorals after Balmoral Castle. Balmorals gained popularity in the early 1800s when they became the preferred choice of students at Oxford University. From Balmorals, the name changed to Oxonian and eventually Oxford Shoes that we know today. In essence, when you sport a Classic Oxford, you don’t just exude style and elegance but are also carrying an important piece of history.