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For Fall 2017, designers have presented classic poplin oxford button downs, twisted every which way (as seen in Vogue's October 2017 print shoot).
Pair it with your favorite booties or oxfords for a fun retro vibe.
Gerber walked for Calvin Klein on Thursday night in a two-tone oxford shirt, yellow pants, blue turtleneck, yellow pants, and boots—a part of Raf Simon's take on Americana style.
There’s so much to look around at, the people that work there are all in oxford shirt and a tie, but there isn’t a uniform look or feel to the restaurants
There are embellished slingbacks, metallic ballerina flats and loafers for the office, weekend-worthy mules and shearling oxfords.
And soon, that'll apply to style beyond the sweats for your next Netflix binge: Yeates hinted that crisp poplins, broken-in oxford cloths and super soft flannels are among future possibilities—all made with Egyptian cotton, naturally.
At Ron Brown, boys wear white oxford shirts, khaki pants, blue blazers, and gold and maroon ties, but don’t mistake the school for some kind of straight-laced military academy.
Everything from their famous Nudist style heels to ballet flats and oxfords are marked down.
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Origin and Etymology of oxford
First Known Use: 1886See Words from the same year
Definition of Oxford
Oxfordianplay \äks-ˈfȯr-dē-ən\ adjective or noun
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