7 Pairs of Frye Boots That Will Drastically Improve Your Style Game

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Let’s be real, Frye boots never disappoint. Not only are they incredibly long-lasting and super durable, but, most importantly, they are stinking cute — win, win, win.

And just incase you weren’t already obsessing over Frye’s existing pairs of boots, their seven latest pairs are going to have you absolutely swooning.

7 New Pairs of Frye Boots That Will Make You Swoon:

1. Frye Women’s Sacha Moto Shootie

These are the tiniest of booties, and they’re absolutely perfect for Spring. The rich dark grey color looks amazing with floral prints! They offer a low profile, sleek lines, double zippers and oiled suede.

2. Frye Women’s Margaret Shootie

So maybe these aren’t booties… But they sure are shooties! How amazing would these look with a flowy dress?! They’re made of soft leather and feature a skinny ankle strap and chunky stacked high heel.

3. Frye Women’s Ray Belted Bootie

These look amazing with anything from broken-in jeans to short skirts. The suede is burnished and oiled for the perfect rugged look. The antiqued buckles and belted detailing offer the perfect little peekaboo.

4. Frye Women’s Malorie Knotted Short

Isn’t this the most gorgeous leather you’ve ever seen?! It’s tumbled with stones and then polished for a soft touch. The extra long strap is super special as well. It’s wrapped around the ankle with a stylish metal buckle.

5. Frye Women’s Ilana Short

A classic. These cowboy-inspired booties feature beautiful stitching and a high, stacked leather heel. The leather is washed, oiled and distressed for a perfectly worn look.

6. Frye Women’s Jackie Button Short

These beauties are made of antique pull up leather that’s been washed for a broken-in look. They feature signature Frye buttons and go with just about any outfit.

7. Frye Women’s Renee Seam Short

Made from soft oiled nubuck, this boot gets even better with wear. The pointed toe and tapered high heel gives them a refined shape, while the western stitching and hand-burnishing gives them a ruffian edge. They’re finished off with a signature back seam that’s one of a kind.