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A Few Of My Favorite Flatforms

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One of my favorite trends in footwear this Spring and Summer are flatforms. Have you seen these around town? They’re sandals with some major lift, heels without the heel. I especially love how I can wear them all day without putting any stress on the balls of my feet. And they’re perfect for bringing a little drama to your no-nonsense Summer ensemble. I love the clunk they bring to an outfit!

After the jump, a few of my favorite flatforms, in case you’re on the hunt for the perfect pair for yourself! Hope you enjoy!

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A Few Of My Favorite Flatforms

Michael Kors Zoe Platform Sandals

Lovely!
Find these flatforms at Bloomingdale's for $275

 

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3 thoughts on “A Few Of My Favorite Flatforms

  1. Rhonda says:

    I am loving this style!!!

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  2. Maureen Flatley says:

    When I was a young mom (eons ago) I lived in this platforms……like you, walked my kids everywhere. They’re a classic!

  3. carla says:

    Ugh… As a 25 year old with a 18 month old son I would never wear these.. they look very similiar( with the exception of the rainbow ones and one other pair) to orthopedic shoes for diabetics. I will stick to flip flops,
    or wedges. I am stort and want to add length to my legs not make them look like stumpy. And they add clunk alright, that’s the sound of everyone looking as you clunk and clop down the sidewalk.

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