If you still can’t get over the Bratz Doll shoe aesthetic that burst onto the scene last year – think chunky platforms on everything – you might want to take note that the look is not going away anytime soon.
The growing appeal of Y2K fashion styles such as baby tees and big pants has also brought along with it a taste for these shoes. They’re fashion-forward without having to sacrifice too much comfort, thanks to most of their height lending from thick soles rather than killer heel elevation.
Platform heels were peppered throughout Versace’s Spring/Summer 2022 runway.
The style is notable in the Cruise 2022 collections for brands like Bottega Veneta and Versace and will go strong as we step into the Spring/Summer 2022 season, most notably among labels such as Saint Laurent and Sportmax.
Looking to hop on the trend? We’ve picked a few platform shoes across the footwear spectrum for you to get inspired.
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