10 Shoes That Will Make You a Flatform Convert

Give outsize soles a chance.

We see you—scoffing at the idea of the flatform but secretly weighing its advantages: height without the pain, being able to wear conventionally "sexy" clothes without the tawdriness. Shop 10 elevated (sorry) styles here, but beware—you're bound to fall in love.

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ASOS

What did we say about getting hooked?

$41, asos.com.

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Charles & Keith

The '90s called. They said "Keep our aesthetic, because you're clearly doing it better."

$39, charleskeith.com.

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Claetyn Wood

As comfortable as they look. More *streamlined* than they look.

$250, claetynwood.com.

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Dolce & Gabbana

🍋🍋🍋

$325, matchesfashion.com.

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Eytys

The antithesis of flimsy plimsoles, *plus* Carine Roitfeld is a fan.

$160, net-a-porter.com.

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Finery London

Meet your new walking-to-work-but-not-taking-it-off-when-I-get-there flat.

$119, finerylondon.com.

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Jasper & Jeera

Okay, but they look truly great on.

$118, anthropologie.com.

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KG by Kurt Geiger

Look up "jolie laide in the dictionary," find a pic of this shoe.

$178, asos.com.

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Mango

Marni x croquet vibes.

$100, shop.mango.com.

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Zara

Paging OG Salvatore Ferragamo.

$90, zara.com.

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