13 posts tagged with Frye

It’s true what they say that it’s all in the details, and Frye does details better than most

Frye makes some of the best leather bags and shoes out there. Here are my favorites right now…

Frye’s spring collection goes beyond its beloved boots with pretty, practical bags and casual shoes to round out your weekend looks

Although we love to carefully examine what’s going on at the most rarified strata of the luxury industry, four figures is far from the only place you’ll find luxe, functional, totally covetable handbags. As many …

The market for handbag accessories has been exploding every since Fendi debuted its immediately sold-out Bag Bugs, and this holiday season finds us with more options than every to make our everyday bags look a …

Even if you’re not a fan of chilly mornings or pumpkin-flavored things, you have to admit fall’s cozy wardrobe is a welcome change after months in cotton and linen. And we’re not just talking about …

With each passing season, finding a beautiful, reasonably priced bag becomes more and more difficult. Handbag prices are ever on the rise, and although we do our best to bring you a weekly dose of …

Whew, we made it! National Handbag Day was so exciting we can barely put it into words. We had so much fun sifting through the thousands (yes, thousands!) of Instagrams you all posted about how …

The Internet's Best Bag Deals February 28

In addition to our weekly bag deals roundup, we’ve got an extra treat for you this week. Starting today, you can take 15% off your Bloomingdale’s purchase (20% if you use your Bloomies card) through …

Frye Carson Shoulder BagThe last time I wrote about a handbag from Frye, I criticized it pretty heavily. And I stand behind that criticism; it wasn’t a particularly awesome bag in any way. No one gets it right all the time, and I love Frye’s boots, but that bag didn’t do their brand justice.

Luckily, they’ve done a little bit better this time. The Frye Carson Shoulder Bag is much more appropriate for the brand’s aesthetic – its thick, matte leather and camel color reference Frye’s signature look much better the the slick, thin-looking leather of the last tote we talked about. The color isn’t my style, but I can admit that it’s beautiful in it’s own right and would probably work well in the wardrobes of those that have a personal style different from my own. My favorite thing about the bag, though, is that it clearly emits the urban cowboy-hipster aesthetic that has made Frye so successful in the past few years – after all, what’s the use of having a look if you don’t rock it? Buy through ShopBop for $348.