2.8Inches/7CM Brown Cowhide Wing Tip Brogue Croc Elevator Formal Business Shoes

Brock, the English name Brogue, is like the Elevator Shoes, which originated in the shoes worn by Scottish and Irish people in the highlands during the 16th century.

It began to evolve after the 20th century, and the Duke of Windsor unearthed Brock from the countryside, making it a symbol of a gentleman. The traditional Brogue toe has a delicate floral nail hole pattern and transforms the original stiff three joint into a beautifully flanked wing.

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Through the constant rotation of the giant wheel of the era, the style design of the carved shoes has been thousands of times, but no matter how many different poses, it is often invariable. As a symbol of gentleman status, Brogue is also the perfect choice for formal occasions with suits.

According to the distribution area and size of the 2.8Inches/7CM Brown Cowhide Wing Tip Brogue Croc Elevator Formal Business Shoes, the brogue pattern can be divided into all-Block, half-Block, quarter-brick and Long wing Brock. Full Brogue refers to the style of the entire pair of shoes with carved details, the most obvious feature is of course the toe cap with a “W” shape on the toe (note that it is covered with a different piece of leather on the toe, In order to call it cap), the leather of the toe cap will have the details of the Medallion carved holes (collectively, the style will vary from brand to brand). The most authentic all-Block has a zigzag shape at the edge, which is called Wing Tip in the United States.

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Half-Brock has many similarities with all-Block, such as the details of the shoe and the heel, but the semi-Block’s toe cap is in a straight shape, and the leather is also decorated with Medallion.

It has almost the same outline as Semi-Block, and all the carved details on the shoes are similar. The only difference is that there is no carved decoration on the top cap of the quarter-finished shoes.

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Compared with the quarter-broke, the Punch Toe Cap Brogue is more suitable for formal situations. The design of some fashion books, the more styles are carved, the closer they are to the casual wear.

Brogue originated from the work shoes worn by Suger Zhuang and the Irish in the highland area in the 16th century. It gradually Height Increasing Shoes after the 20th century and became a symbol of gentleman status. The traditional Brogue toe has a delicate floral nail hole pattern and transforms the original stiff three joint into a beautifully flanked wing. As a dress code for formal occasions.

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Oxford shoes are popular men shoes from the 17th century Oxford University in England. The characteristics of Oxford shoes are that the shoes and the sides of the shoes have carved wings, which not only bring decorative changes to the shoes, In the complicated handwork, it reveals the low-key and elegant humanistic feelings, and outlines the elegant gentleman style.

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Derby is said to be easier to follow the shape of the foot because the two pieces of the shoelace are open, suitable for outdoor wear. But it doesn’t look as elegant as OXFORD. Brogue is another level of problem, divided into FULL brogue and SEMI brogue. It seems that brogue means punching for decoration. The lace portion of brogue’s shoes can have derby or oxford. FULL brogue is Wing-tip +brogue. SEMI brogue is straight-tip + brogue. It is said that it seems to be more active, business dress. And for some major ceremonies, you may only wear black shoes without lace. Anyway, wearing black straight-tip/cap toe oxford is always right.

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