I acquired my first pair of Frye boots when I was a freshman in college. My mom had always told me stories of how much she loved her Frye boots when she was younger and how she was still kicking herself for giving them away. So, when I opened one of my Christmas gifts to find a pair of gorgeous, black vintage Campus boots, I knew I had hit the jackpot.

The Frye Company is known for their quality and style and that’s what I love about them most. For this look I styled my Veronica Strappy boots in Grey with a classic, New England look. I decided to layer a flannel dress with over my favorite green jeans (just in time for St. Patrick’s Day!) and topped it off with a simple knit sweater. I’m a huge fan of mixing textures and these boots were the perfect anchor for this outfit.

Additionally, I have some wicked exciting news! I’ve teamed up with Cambria Grace Photography and The Frye Company to bring you a special series highlighting Boston and ending with an event this Thursday at the flagship store on Newbury Street! I’ll be hosting a shopping party from 6-8pm with snacks and cocktails by Bully Boy Distillers. I hope you can join us for an evening of socializing and fun!

Espresso Shot


Boots: c/o Frye, Pants: Articles of Society, Dress: Zara, Sweater: J.Crew, Necklace: Madewell, Sunglasses: Frye


Photography: Cambria Grace

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2 thoughts on “FRYE [PART 1]


  2. Love Frye! Hope the event went well! Come back to the Best of the Blogosphere Linky party this week and let us know!

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