Oxford flats

Oxford flats

À la Taylor Swift

Feminine oxford flats are a hot item this season, much to taller ladies' liking. Historically and traditionally, Oxfords originate from Scotland and Ireland as rather simple, yet formal shoes. In the recent past in the United States, the term "Oxfords" was solely associated with a type of men's dress shoe. A new shape and style have revealed their popularity among women as well. Characterized by pretty laces, pointed toes, cutout details and floral prints, feminine oxford flats are the new ballet flats. Wear them with dresses, jeans and shorts, with or without tights. They're bound to be your most comfortable and stylish pair of shoes this season!

Not Rated Drumroll | $35

Anniel | $253

Mod Cloth | $65

Dorothy Perkins | $27

Mod Cloth | $38

Perhaps the best known fan of feminine oxford flats is Taylor Swift. They are her shoe style of choice for her new album RED. 

Image courtesy of Taylor Swift/ Fan Pop!