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British pronunciation/ˈɒksfədz/
American pronunciation/ˈɑksfɝdz/

a pair of shoes made of leather with laces and a low heel

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oxfords definition and meaning

What are "oxfords"?

Oxfords are a classic style of dress shoe that features a closed lacing system, meaning that the eyelets are stitched underneath the vamp of the shoe. They typically have a low heel and a sleek, minimalist design, and are often made from high-quality leather. Originally popularized in Oxford, England in the 1800s, the shoes were designed to be comfortable and practical for walking long distances and were typically worn by students and professors at the university. Today, Oxford shoes are a popular choice for formal occasions and are a staple in many men's and women's wardrobes. They come in a variety of colors and materials, ranging from traditional black leather to more casual suede and even bold colors and prints.

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