New Frye boots and shoes for March of this year have something in common with some of the more classic and traditional variations of footwear from Frye - they have a everlasting look that will most likely always be in fashion.
Here are a few new styles to look at in the Frye collection that are available to ladies as of March this year:
Frye Julia Grommet Lace - Although this boot also offers a kind of eternal look about it, it also might be mentioned with accuracy that it's one of the most distinctive and versatile boots within the whole Frye brand. It has two general ways it may be worn - down or up. When up it provides a sleek and simpler look, however when folded down and laced at the tongue it's - well, it is adorable (at least in my estimation). In the past I've been relatively accurate regarding which shoes or boots coming from Frye will stay because of popularity - I think that the Frye Julia Grommet Lace-Up boot is going to be among the “keepers.”
Carson Lace-Up Boot from Frye - I can almost not say enough concerning this new boot style! While it features a distinct place in the Carson series (with its familiar smooth western look), this style is a bootie or ankle cut, having a lace-up front. Regardless of whether donning denims or a dress, this footwear will not only fit in, it will then add character to virtually any look.
Frye Emma Woven Flat - This is just what I'd personally call “the perfect spring shoe.” It is crafted from interwoven lace for the upper and could be easily worn with either jeans or skirts - and would add to the look either way. One of the wonderful things about this new shoe from Frye is the variety of colors it is available in - nine in all - so whether you would prefer a more colorful shoe or a slipper with a more earthy tone (or both), you can probably find exactly what you want.
Frye Tamara Woven Slide Platform - What I notice first about this shoe is its height - with a 5 inch heel, it is a style that women will either adore - or will perhaps make them run the other direction! However, it also has a 1 ½ inch platform, which brings the actual lift on the foot 3 ½ inches. All dimensions aside, it is a lovely shoe that has both characteristics of being trendy and earthy - it has a leather upper with an open-toe design and leather lacing throughout. And - Frye is well known for making footwear comfortable, even those styles with a higher heel.
Frye Maggie Perf Wingtip Shoe - This new shoe from Frye has a basic wingtip style but with a bit of a heel to give it a lift and perforated detailing to spice it up a bit. This is another “go with everything” design from Frye that could easily be considered a staple of a wardrobe.
New Frye boots and shoes offered to women in 2011 as of the beginning of March are a hopeful collection, and I will enjoy discovering what exactly is ahead!