Frye – It’s All in the Details

When you’re the oldest shoe company in the US, its not difficult to continuously draw in customers especially when you capture your audience with your brand’s exceptional attention to details. Frye features styles made with three different dyes, embellishments and treatments. This spring’s sandals feature a mix of old and new, modern touches added to classic silhouettes.

Frye Corrina Stitch Wedge –  featuring antique soft leather, tonal pickstitching on the hem, vamp and ankle straps (which also features stud details) to add an extra layer of texture, it’s not difficult to see why its called the Stitch Wedge. The minimalist details makes this stacked hardwood heel with leather trim a classic that will surpass seasons.

Kara Trapunto Sandal –  styled perfectly for hot summer days and nights, this Latin roots, Bossa Nova-inspired T-Strap corked platform features the artisan Trapunto style of stitching – several parallel rows of stitching creating a design on the fabric. The raised leather piping and rivets add a bit of toughness to this chic sandal.

Alex High Wedge – double the comfort plus show your style when you rock this moccasin-wedge hybrid. The soft leather and stacked hardwood wedge heel gives this old classic a new modern edge.

Braylin Braided 2 Piece High Wedge Sandal – in the mood for a retro-chic style, this braided sandal features another hot trend in footwear for spring 2012 – unique braiding patterns like the flat braided detail featured in this modern wedge

By Dynelle Skinner

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