Brogues were initially developed in Scotland to be worn outdoors. As time progressed, they were worn as a walking shoe by country folk. The total-brogue Oxford is mainly categorized by the shaft’s multi-part cut, putting a spotlight on its elegant, intricate hole pattern. Usually worn during corporate appearances and casual events, you can integrate this handcrafted model in various ways. The antique cognac or complete black coloring makes the Blake-welted Oxford even more attractive, and is sure to garner looks for the wearer. There are about 60 individual aspects of this shoe, which warrants approximately 200 steps to make.