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Oxford shoe

robust, hard-wearing formal laced shoe, in which the tongue is cut separately and stitched to the vamp; has a narrower throat and forefoot than Derby style; unsuitable for a wide forefoot, pes cavus or oedematous feet
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The instructor, who wears black-and-white oxford shoes, sees me and waves me to join the crowd.
One of my favorite tap scenes from a movie is a crazy up from-underneath-through-a-glass-floor shot of three guys in tuxedoes wearing oxford shoes without taps in a Busby Berkeley extravaganza from the 1930s.
The single-button, peaked lapel complements his wing-pique formal shirt with grosgrain black bow tie and Sullivan oxford shoes.
For both men and women, the basic "uniform" consists of a short-sleeved polo shirt, preferably with a major brand or country Club logo prominently displayed on the sleeve, tailored trousers in basic colors (leave the Dockers at home) and a pair of leather oxford shoes without cleats.
Morgan, dressed in pink corduroy pants, leopard-print Oxford shoes and a graphic print top.
According to the uniform norms of the Delhi Police, the lower sub- ordinates -- constables, head constables and assistant sub- inspectors are supposed to wear black leather shoes and the higher sub- ordinates -- sub- inspectors and inspectors should wear brown Oxford shoes.
Their Oxford shoes are characterised by a closed lacing style, and are formal in essence, but comfortably fit smart-casual styles.

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