I’m going to go out on a limb and call platforms a classic


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Platforms aren’t really having a moment especially, and it took some looking to find enough for a post, but I sort of think they never go out of style. And for those of you who, like me, enjoy the idea of height without pain, they are simply indispensable in the warmer months. This pair from K Jacques is a little less walkable than some of the others here, but I think they’re highly wearable and pretty timeless.

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These remind me of a pair of No 6 clog sandals I used to own, except for the cork sole.

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A white shoe is always really chic, and I like that this one has studs instead of staples.

cole platform

This is more of a wedge than a platform, really, but I’m allowing it because I think it’s pretty sexy in a subtle way.

hasbeens platforms

This is the kind of platform you could traverse the city in.

& other platform

Here is a well-priced pair that stops just short of being clunky.

edelman platform

I like the dusty rose hue here.

soludos platform

Such a good, summery option.

splendid platform

These could be dressed way up, but I’d wear them with jeans too.

mia platform

Red sandals are an easy way to add a hit of color to whatever your outfit is.

coclico platform

Were I not still trying to spend less, I’d buy these in an instant: they would go with everything.

kork platform

I love Kork-Ease sandals—they’re so comfortable—and while this one comes in a few more subdued tones, I’m digging the poppy pink.

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Another pair of Kork-Ease, in an easy neutral.


This slingback is positively office-worthy.

tucker platform

These are kind of fun and retroish without looking costumey.

flaire platform

And these are just pretty funky.

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Kim France

I was born in Houston, Texas in 1964 and have lived in New York City since 1988. I had a long career in magazines, working at Sassy, Elle, New York, and Spin, and in 2000, I founded Lucky magazine, which I edited for ten years.

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