Frye Melissa Tote - Women's

Frye Melissa Tote - Women's
Frye Melissa Tote - Women's
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Melissa Tote - Women's by Frye
The Frye Company's Melissa Tote is an ode to the classics. With its shapely, equestrian styled paneling, this soulful tote is furnished with Frye's signature Melissa buttons, antique hardware, supple leather, and is the perfect size for a weekend getaway in the Hudson Valley or a frenetic Friday.

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