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Oxfords (1928-31)

Oxfords (1928-31)

Oxfords, c. 1920, American.

Oxfords, c. 1920, American.

Oxfords (1927)

Oxfords (1927)

Oxfords (1927)

Oxfords (1927)

Oxfords (1935-40)

Oxfords (1935-40)

Man's black leather shoes, Hurd Shoe Co., American, 1930-39. Despite the dressy quality of this pair of highly polished, all-black saddle shoes, they retain some of the sporty feeling typical to the style. This example has dispensed with the traditional rubber sole, but uses the saddle form to bring variety and freshness to a business shoe.

Man's black leather shoes, Hurd Shoe Co., American, 1930-39. Despite the dressy quality of this pair of highly polished, all-black saddle shoes, they retain some of the sporty feeling typical to the style. This example has dispensed with the traditional rubber sole, but uses the saddle form to bring variety and freshness to a business shoe.

US $63.75 in Clothing, Shoes & Accessories, Vintage, Women's Vintage Shoes

US $63.75 in Clothing, Shoes & Accessories, Vintage, Women's Vintage Shoes

Here are oxford shoes from the 1920s. These shoes became popular in the 1920s after students at Oxford University started to wear them. They are known for the perforated holes and the low cut around the ankle.

Here are oxford shoes from the 1920s. These shoes became popular in the 1920s after students at Oxford University started to wear them. They are known for the perforated holes and the low cut around the ankle.

1940s Womens Shoes. Wardrobe staples.   #1940sfashion #retro #shoes

New 1940s Shoes: Wedge, Slingback, Oxford, Peep Toe

1940s Womens Shoes. Wardrobe staples. #1940sfashion #retro #shoes

Shoes by THOMAS, ca 1928, British  +++  The spectator (i.e. a shoe with contrasting materials in the upper) is a sporty style, often rendered in boldly contrasting colors, and interpreted in a variety of cuts, including oxford (closed tab lacing), blucher (open tab lacing), and pump (low cut slip-on). The classic menswear style was often feminized in the 1920s and 1930s with a high heel.

Shoes by THOMAS, ca 1928, British +++ The spectator (i.e. a shoe with contrasting materials in the upper) is a sporty style, often rendered in boldly contrasting colors, and interpreted in a variety of cuts, including oxford (closed tab lacing), blucher (open tab lacing), and pump (low cut slip-on). The classic menswear style was often feminized in the 1920s and 1930s with a high heel.

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