The Oxford Wingtip Spectator is a laced shoe distinguished by shoelace eyelet tabs that are stitched underneath the vamp. Oxfords first appeared in Scotland and Ireland in the 1800s, where they are occasionally called Balmorals after the Queen's castle in Scotland, Balmoral. They are constructed with the highest of quality, style, and taste.
The packaging is constructed of wood, stained, and constructed as a lace up corset style box. The interior is diamond tufted, which adds elegance to the "Fit for a Queen" style.