Frye Carson Boots For Women – The Merging of Footwear Fashion Trends

The Frye Carson Boot for Women came to my attention earlier this year as one of the more recent boots in the women’s Frye collection.  It not only caught my attention as a new addition, but as one of the more fashionable (though traditional) western boots I’ve ever seen.

The western boot has made a comeback into the fashion world as being quite trendy – and so have other styles of boots such as the harness, slouch, the shortie and more.  Now some of those styles have merged with the Carson collection – here is a brief list of the most popular styles that now bear the “Carson” name:

Carson Harness Boot – Yes, one of the hottest trends over the past couple of years – the harness boot for women – has merged with the distinct western look offered by the Carson design.  This is a gorgeous boot and although it is quite new, it promises to be one of the hottest selling boots from Frye this season.

Carson Pull On Boot – Ladies are already raving about this boot due to its luxuriously soft and supple leather and long comfortable wear.  And it seems that the word has gotten out on this boot – it now is the most specifically searched for boot in the Carson collection.

Carson Perf (Perforated) Boot – This is an interesting twist on the Carson – it features a vintage leather upper with perforations along the boot shaft.  This provides one of the more unique looks in a women’s western boot I’ve seen in quite some time and is known as one of the more lightweight and easy to wear boots around.

Any of the boots above will likely “strike your fancy” if you’re at all a western boots fan – there are more styles to choose from in the Frye Carson Boot collection and perhaps even more on the way!

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