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Frye Melissa Button Boot review, petite perspective

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Frye Melissa Button Boot review, petite perspective

Me: 4'10" / 105 pounds / calf approx 13.5"

I purchased these boots in the color "dark brown" and size 6 from Amazon for $150. When I first saw them, they looked darker than the pictures on Amazon, but I kept them because this was the only color for this price. The pictures on Amazon showed a redder medium brown. I would describe the boots I received as a chocolate brown.

My main concern with buying knee high boots is whether they'd fall below my knee (and not somewhere on my knee, creating a weird bend). These boots are curved at the top on the opening so that it's shorter behind the knee and on the knee, but higher on the sides of the knees. The shaft height is 14" if measuring to the shortest part of the shaft and around 15" at the tallest parts of the shaft.

The boots are very nice quality and the leather looks beautiful. They fit nicely through my calf, but they're too baggy on my ankles. They're very comfortable boots and I think it's worth it for the price I got them for, but I wouldn't pay full price for these.

I have the same boots (I have the more reddish brown) and absolutely love mine, but I'm 5'5" and 125 lbs. The quality of the back zipper totally sold me on them, despite the price. I paid $220ish at Nordstrom Rack.

I know what you mean about the ankles though. I find most boots are too roomy in the ankles and sometimes at the top. I tried solving this by looking for boots with panels, but it turns out those seem to take a boot from normal to wide, not give more flexibility across the spectrum.

Stellar review. We need more reviews not just on product quality, but how they work on various body types.

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