Hello my dear fashion readers, I want to show you my favorite outfit ideas you can wear with Oxford and Brogue Shoes. If you think of some school style uniforms, then you still live in the past. Today’s fashion offers a wide variety of styles you can create with brogues of Oxfords. Both designs look mannish, but you are free to wear them with men’s and feminine clothes, like skirts and dresses.
Black leather Oxfords look boyish and classy with cuffed dark blue slim jeans teamed with a white shirt. Add a skinny brown leather belt and printed neck-scarf to complete this mannish style look.
Before we move on, I just wanted to make it clear about the main difference between Oxfords and brogues. By the way, here is an awesome post about other ways how to wear Oxfords and Brogues this year. Brogues come with an embroidered detail on the cap. Whilst Oxfords have plain toes. Moving back to these mannish shoes, I’ve noticed many women who mix up these shoes with ladylike garments, and the result is seriously chic and amazing!
These Oxfords can be paired with green slim trousers, a black sweater, and light brown tailored coat. Complete it with a gray wool scarf and slouchy black leather shoulder bag:
Simple tips to remember before wearing Oxfords or Brogues:
- Show a bit of skin around the ankles area;
- Brogues look cool with wide-leg tailored trousers;
- Tomboy look completed with a boyfriend blazer is a must;
- If you are not into mannish look, add fancy jewelry, and eye-catching prints.
These color-blocking brogues look tremendously chic with black opaque tights, white dotted blue long shirt dress layered under the gray sweater. Complete this layered outfit with gingham print shirt:
Double buckled green leather Oxfords have a retro touch. Try them on with black skinny pants, emerald top layered under the brocade blazer:
Another ultra mannish style that comes with black Oxfords, ankle-cuff black jeans and an oversized gray blazer, complete this simple combo with a white handbag:
Black leather Oxfords with zip closure can be easily teamed with frayed blue jeans, simple white T-shirt and cozy ribbed knit charcoal long cardigan:
These Oxfords are paired with a smart-casual look consisting of black leather ankle pants and pinstripe black blazer:
So in love with these patent black leather Oxfords. They are styled with a silken pair of blush shorts, white blouse and draped cream-beige trench coat:
An athleisure touch! We see gold Oxfords with black toes worn with a pleated midi black leather skirt, navy sweater and long knitted black bomber jacket:
The all in black look is a good choice for women who want to keep things sophisticated and spend less time and effort in creating their outfits. We see a classic black wool coat worn atop black sweater paired with black ankle pants and black Brogues:
Patent black leather Oxfords look awesome with a pair of black skinnies, slouchy white t-shirt and pearls embellished washed blue denim jacket:
Sporty touches make woman look super cool. Go for a pair of black Oxfords, cuffed and slouchy cream white jogger pants, light gray wool sweater and relaxed-fit cream-white coat. Update it with a wide-brim fedora hat:
Blush Brogues with dark blue slim jeans is a wow combo. Add blue shirt and tailored coat in cream-white color:
Beige Oxfords can be teamed with light blue skinnies and blush trench coat:
Jungle print white T-shirt is paired with mid-rise white skinny jeans and gold Oxfords:
A lovely touch of preppy style. You will need a black blazer, black dotted white sweater, mustard short trousers and dark maroon patent leather brogues:
Gold pointed-toe Oxfords ideally match this semi-sheer navy romper:
A perforated white ruffled off-shoulder top looks super chic with red ankle pants and white Oxfords: