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Challenge Yourself

Dare to be different this season and choose something surprising from our Men's Oxford Shoes Collection. Oxford Shoes exude endless class. Now that you've made up your mind to make a difference in your wardrobe by purchasing premium oxfords, spice it up by adding a pair to the cart that goes beyond what you would normally grab. Maybe that's black leather oxford shoes, instead of the usual brown. Choose wingtip dress shoes this season that'll challenge the norm.

 Long-Term Goals

Bruno Marc offers Oxfords that are just as resilient as you. Wear-resistant outsoles are the perfect companion to your long-term goals. Suede Oxford Shoes with a modest heel and PVC sole are in line with the future you already have set up for yourself. They reflect the supportive, flexible, and durable intentions you've already set up for yourself. The ability to think in the long-term is embedded into every Oxford included in this collection.

A More Confident Man

Leather Oxford Shoes naturally produce a more confident man. By virtue, Bruno Marc is sure to create a shoe that showcases the best version of you. Strong, long-lasting, and tough. The ability to thrive in any terrain. These are the values rooted in the sole of every Bruno Marc Oxford Shoe.

Types of Oxford Shoes for Men

Pain-Toe Oxford Shoes

Oxford shoes are best known for their formality and dressiness, which is based on how they look. And as far as that goes, the plain-toe oxford shoes are by far the most formal type of oxford shoe available.They come in a classic, elegant design with no unnecessary (extra) designs or additions. All you'll find on these shoes are the vamp and the quarter that holds up the lacing system. And though they’re essentially available in black and brown shades. The black color should be your priority if you’re getting one.  

Cap-Toe Oxford Shoes

Next up, we’ve got the cap-toe oxfords, which is basically an addition of "a cap on the toe" of a plain-toe oxford to make it sophisticated. And that stands out, making them one of the most popular types of Oxford shoes available.  

Wingtip Oxford Shoes

It's certainly easy to get lost in the dressiness of oxford shoes and never think of the casual side. Nonetheless, if you want to spice things up a bit and not look ‘too’ formal, you can opt for a pair of wingtip oxford shoes. Unlike the cap-toe Oxfords, these shoes have extensions that actually bear the 'wingtip' name. That's another piece of leather running on both sides of the shoe and forming a 'W' or 'M' shape, based on how you’re viewing it.  

Add to that is the broguing thing running across all the attached layers of the shoes, which makes them more casual than any other type of oxford shoe. And given that, you can safely call them a Brogue.

Oxford Sneakers

Another trendy type of oxford circulation now is the oxford sneakers, and they look nicer than I’ve thought. So, what are oxford sneakers? As you’d guess, it’s just like bringing the best of sneakers and oxfords into one shoe. You’d get the formality of an oxford and the comfort of a sneaker. Pretty simple?  

Now, they can come in any design as far as the Oxfords go: plain toes, cap toes, wingtips, whole-cuts, and others. And asides from leather, oxford sneakers usually opt for more breathable and weightless materials like mesh, synthetic leather, latex insoles with crazy cushioning, flexible, lightweight outsoles, and others.Oxford sneakers are incredibly cool and can simply become your favorite footwear when you have a casual outing that calls for a bit of dressiness, too. 

How to Style Oxford Shoes for Men

Purchasing premium oxford shoes exude endless class. And once you make up your mind to get one, there are various ways to style them. Yeah! You deserve to be that elegant man!  

Oxfords shoes with suits

Without fuss, oxford shoes are recommended footwear to wear with your suits. Whether you’re up for a business meeting, business proposer, interview, or whatever it might be, you need a pair of classic oxfords to project a polished appearance.To keep things sophisticated the way they should be, opt for a pair of black leather oxford shoes, and make sure their width is moderate. 

Oxford Shoes with Chinos

If you’ve got some chinos you want to rock in your wardrobe, a way to make a statement with it is by wearing an oxford shoe. These pairs are excellent, not just in a formal setting, but in casual as well. When shopping for oxford shoes that go well with chinos, black and brown should be your priorities. These colors would go with arguably any kind of chinos you have. And once you've set with what's below, grab a nice, fitting top that spices up your look.

Well, that depends. If you’re in for a dressy look, a button-up dress shirt is the most appropriate, and if it's more of a casual setting, you can opt for a nice-fitting T-shirt of your choice.  

Oxford Shoes with Pants/Trousers

Whether you’ve got trousers or suit pants, Oxfords are an exceptional choice of shoe to pair with them. Oxford shoes are always ready for formal outfits, so you can’t make any mistake wearing them with your formal pants. When you think of a nice outfit for that cocktail event, wedding, work, and maybe dinner, oxford shoes with your favorite pair of pants/trousers make an excellent choice.  

You can go with a dress shirt and your tuxedo or blazer, depending on what the occasion calls for. All you’ve got to do is ensure you’ve chosen the right colors and styles. You can afford to look trashy!  

Oxford Shoes with Jeans

Many, because Oxfords are dress shoes, think it's perfectly wrong to pair them with jeans. But that's not always the case. If you have the right pair and know how to do things right, you can nail your look with a pair of oxfords and jeans. Depending on your taste, you can opt for the dressier open-toe or cap-toe oxfords or spice things up with the brogues. It’s even better if you have Oxford sneakers; with that, you need not worry anymore. And that's why you need a premium pair of Oxford sneakers in your closet so you can switch things up in situations like this. These shoes can also be a replica of your regular sneakers when the occasion doesn’t accept them.  

Above all, you’ve got to be intentional, paying close attention to the colors of your outfit. A pair of tan oxford shoes will often match blue jeans, but you can't go wrong with brown or black as well. And once you've settled with what's below, take care of the tops. I'd suggest a buttoned shirt, with the inclusiveness of a blazer, for a setting like this.  

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