21 Heels That Prove The Platform Is Back | sheerluxe.com

21 Heels That Prove The Platform Is Back

The influence of the Gucci '70s effect has expanded to footwear, as the platform heel has been resurrected from fashion purgatory. From Miu Miu to Dune, brands are embracing a chunky sole and block heel, with pink velvet designs the coolest way to sport the trend.

Play-it-safe types should look to subtle neutral designs, whilst embellished and printed iterations are on hand for those after something statement. Avoid too much bare leg – we love the look juxtaposed with a romantic midi.

Two Part Platform Sandal, £70 | Dune

Embellished Velvet Sandals, £670 | Aquazzura

Leopard-Print Platform Sandals, £885 | Prada

Two Part Platform Sandals, £35 (were £70) | Dune

Mary Jane Platform Pumps, £555 | Gianvito Rossi

Velvet Platform Sandals, £130 | Sam Edelman

Mary Jane Pumps, £350 | ALEXACHUNG

Velvet Plateau Sandals, £490 | Miu Miu

Velvet Platform Sandals, £600 | Prada

Cross-Strap Platform Sandals, £675 | Dolce & Gabbana

Velvet Platform Sandals, £28 (were £95) | Dune

Satin Sandals, £290 (were £580) | Gianvito Rossi

Platform Sandals, £29.99 (were £59.99) | Mango

Velvet & Satin Platform Sandals, £55 | Faith

Platform Sandals, £15.99 (were £59.99) | Zara

Black Sandals, £29.98 (were £60) | Aldo

Tie Up Platform Sandals, £17.50 (were £29.99) | Public Desire

Pink Sandals, £29.98 (were £60) | Aldo

Platform Velvet Sandals, £49.99 | Mango

Embroidered Platform Sandals, £32 | Topshop

Suede Platform Sandals, £95 | Uterqüe

 

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