Oct 11, 2010

Fall Fashion Boot You Can't Live Without This 2010

It's here, my favorite time of the year, fall. The leaves are changing into intimate colors, the air seems much more fresh and best of all I get to break out my Fall Fashion items that have been imprisoned in my closet for nearly a year. Yes, they need their freedom and I am very excited to allow them this.


My favorite items are my sweaters. From the many styles of Cashmere which can be found for both men and women, to the button up Cardigan I recently received for a review from DownEast Basics. It looks gorgeous on my friend and needless to say she loves it.


courtesy frye.com


The other Fall Fashion items for 2010 that you should not be without are the shoes and boots this year. It's clearly my second favorite thing to wear and if I could I would have worn them this summer as I not only enjoy the way they fit and wear I love how flirtatious and sexy they make me feel. This is why I wanted to share these that I recently found in hopes that you will get a picture of this Falls Trends in shoes and boots.


The 'Carmen' Harness Short Boot by Frye below speaks volumes for it's self. Wanna get noticed then take a look at these and seriously consider a pair for yourself. Yes they are a little on the expensive side but you will not wear them out and they will not go out of style anytime soon. That makes them well worth purchasing in my opinion. These stacked heel grounds a burnished leather boot designed with double pull tabs at the top of the shaft and a hardware-detailed harness at the base.



'carmen' Harness Short Boot


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