Frye Rider Spur Boots for the Friday

Manolo says, it is Friday, and all week you have been thinking about what to wear for the weekend, and now here it is and you have still not decided.

At first, you thought that perhaps it was time to give into the return of the 80′s preppy and dig out your pastel colored Izods and sweaters, but they you remembered that back in the day, you were not the prep, but the sort of artsy nerd girl with the off-kilter fashionable pretensions (which you expressed mostly by frequently wearing the same torn Clash t-shirt).

But then, maybe you thought, you should go glitter, like the rest of the beautiful peoples. But, really, your main event of the weekend will be the trip to the pumpkin patch with your nephew, and frankly, you are not the Martha Stewart.

Allow the Manolo to now suggest something traditional: riding boots from the Frye!

Rider Spur Boots from Frye

Perfect for all of your weekend needs, be they pumpkin based or preppy influenced. And the price, for boots of such durability and versatility, it is quite reasonable..

4 Responses to “Frye Rider Spur Boots for the Friday”

  1. Nancy October 8, 2010 at 4:17 pm #

    “Spur inside zip”? That sounds quite painful!

  2. raincoaster October 9, 2010 at 5:27 am #

    But back in the day, I WAS a preppy! I still have the Ralph Lauren Shetlands to prove it.

    Thankfully, I have made a full recovery and, despite my stumpy pins, am saving up for some Fluevog pirate boots.

  3. shopping queen October 12, 2010 at 2:13 pm #

    i love this Equestrian glam look!!!
    http://solevine.com/2010/10/must-have-styles-equestrian-glamour/

  4. Dani October 15, 2010 at 6:05 am #

    Love the boots- I think that if the boots are on the practical side, like these, one is better off to get them from a true boot maker like Frye, Justin or Ariat. They will last forever, are well-made, and less expensive than the fashion brands.

    The article about the 80′s preppy look made me smile- I was just polishing my Bass loafers the other day- they’re not Weejuns ( I did have two pair of those, though)- and the same applies there. Bass makes a great loafer. Maybe inexpensive, but it’s what they do best.

    Like Minnetonka moccasins and Keds tennis shoes- no one does them better. Good old classic American shoes.