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Oxford Industries, Inc. (OXM)

9/9/2005 Proxy Information

J. Hicks Lanier and J. Reese Lanier, Sr. are first cousins. J. Reese Lanier, Jr., an executive officer of the Company, is the son of J. Reese Lanier, Sr

SunTrust Banks, Inc. and its subsidiaries (“SunTrust”) are principal shareholders of the Company (see “Common Stock Ownership by Management and Certain Beneficial Owners” above). Mr. J. Hicks Lanier is on the Board of Directors of SunTrust and its Audit Committee. Mr. E. Jenner Wood III was Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer of SunTrust Bank, Central Group, at the end of fiscal 2005.

In fiscal 2004, we established a $275 million syndicated credit facility under which subsidiaries of SunTrust served as agent and lender. In fiscal 2005, the credit facility was amended and restated to $280 million. As of June 3, 2005, we had direct borrowings of $90.1 million and $113 million in letters of credit outstanding under the credit facility. In fiscal 2005, the services provided and interest and fees paid to SunTrust in connection with such services are set forth below.

Service Fees and Interest

Agent for credit facility $ 2,998,591 Cash management, trust and other services $ 151,089

Our aggregate payments to SunTrust and its subsidiaries for these services, together with all of the other services described above in this section, did not exceed 1% of our gross revenues during fiscal 2005 or 1% of SunTrust Banks’ gross revenues during its fiscal year ended December 31, 2004.

9/2/2004 Proxy Information

J. Hicks Lanier and J. Reese Lanier, Sr. are first cousins.

SunTrust Banks, Inc. and its subsidiaries (“SunTrust”) are principal shareholders of the Company. Mr. J. Hicks Lanier is on the Board of Directors of SunTrust and its Audit Committee. Mr. E. Jenner Wood III was Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer of SunTrust Bank, Central Group, at the end of fiscal 2004.

In fiscal 2004, we established a $275 million syndicated credit facility under which subsidiaries of SunTrust served as agent and lender. As of May 28, 2004, we had no direct borrowings and $99.5 million outstanding under the credit facility.

Our aggregate payments to SunTrust and its subsidiaries for these services, together with all of the other services described above in this section, did not exceed 1% of our gross revenues during fiscal 2004 or 1% of SunTrust Banks’ gross revenues during its fiscal year ended December 31, 2003.

9/8/2003 Proxy Information

SunTrust Banks, Inc. and its subsidiaries are principal stockholders of the Company. Mr. E. Jenner Wood III was Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer of SunTrust Bank, Central Group, at the end of the 2003 fiscal year. During that year, SunTrust Bank made short-term loans to the Company under a line of credit arrangement. The maximum amount of loans outstanding under this arrangement at any time during the 2003 fiscal year was $3,500,000. SunTrust Bank also made loans to the Company under a revolving accounts receivable securitization program. The maximum amount of loans outstanding under this arrangement at any time during the 2003 fiscal year was $21,000,000. SunTrust Bank issued letters of credit on the Company's behalf in connection with the Company's purchases of imported goods. The greatest aggregate amount of outstanding letters of credit issued by SunTrust Bank, Atlanta on the Company's behalf during the 2003 fiscal year was $1,279,927. SunTrust Bank charges fees of approximately one and one-quarter percent (1.25%) of the outstanding amount of each letter of credit over a 360-day period. The maximum amount of loans and letters of credit outstanding under these arrangements at any time during the 2003 fiscal year was approximately $22,020,520. SunTrust Bank performs payroll and stock transfer services for the Company. The foregoing transactions with SunTrust Bank involve arm's length terms and conditions competitive with those obtainable from comparable banking institutions.

Mr. Tom Gallagher, President of Genuine Parts Company, serves as a director of the Company. Mr. Hicks Lanier serves as a director of Genuine Parts Company and is a member of its Compensation Committee.