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Oxford is a kind of fabric traditionally used for making men's shirts. The weaving is created by weaving the mat.
One of the theories claims that for the first time the matting and, actually, the very Oxford cloth itself appeared in Scotland in the 19th century. Until now, it remains a mystery why the fabric was called the ancient British city, but it is known that shirts from Oxford enjoyed great popularity among students of the same name.