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Oxfords’ name comes from the Oxonian, a sort of half-boot first popularised at Oxford university. Evidently this is a shoe with great pedigree then, but they’re also rooted in rebellion, with the students casting off their damned knee-high boots. Oxfords ten are the shoe of modernity then. Black is of course the classic, but brown goes particularly well with both grey suits or dark denim.