Bal-type not blücher-type

December 1, 2011 / By The Mesdames / 1 comment

Melissa 'Enjoying' Shoe

Oxfords not brogues. So. A gal turns to wiki to find out something seemingly simple like why an Oxford shoe is called an Oxford shoe, but now I’m more confused than ever. You can read all about how the lacing is closed, being stitched underneath a vamp and all, if you really want to. Here. Or, you can just visit Melissa‘s online and do a little field research of the most fabulous kind yourself. Lordie, just imagine what a wing-tip means then?

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  • What cute shoes! They remind me of a modern day Beatle Boot. Fun!!!

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