We show you the ways for women wear mens shoes – coordinate women’s clothes with men’s high or mid heel shoes.
Brogues & Oxford
Among the elected men’s shoes, are the brogues, easily confused with the oxford – after all, many brands take the ownership of both style.
The brogue originates from Scotland, has a round toe, a rustic sole and the characteristic holes skirting the W (wingtip) on of the shoe. The oxford is of English origin, and how its name suggests, this shoe became very popular at University of Oxford in 1640.
- These models of shoes either can be used with sophisticated and super stylish, as with casual looks. What distinguishes and makes all the difference in these shoes, are the details, such as flaps, fringes, metal applications, among others.
- This kind of shoes can be combined with vintage dresses and midi skirts, with the collegiate style, or with short or long pants, as the taste of each.
- For more formal occasions, you can opt for fine fabrics, tailoring looks and overlaps, cuts that enhance your silhouette and good quality fashion accessories.
- You can combine both the oxford as the brogues, with skinny black pants, white shirt, blazer and a classic bag.
- The most pointed models help to elongate the silhouette and replace the hight heels shoes.
- This type of shoes is more used with casual clothes, due to its more sporty look.
But also there are the more classic, as the varnish shoes, suede or with metallic accessories.
- They can be used in more formal looks, like tailored pants, blazers, coat and pants suit, combined with a white shirt or a turtleneck sweater.
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