This party season, the platform heel is unquestionably the shoe to be seen in. What started on the Versace and Valentino runways has now been seen on every stylish celebrity from Dua Lipa to Beyoncé, as well as the floors of all of our favourite high street stores. Nothing beats the sensation of receiving new shoes and wanting to wear them with everything. But what’s the best part? Platforms provide more support than a typical heel and are therefore more comfortable.
The amazing Versace Medusa Alevites, as seen on none other than Beyoncé, is still available at Net-a-Porter.
Steve Madden’s Charlize sandals For a more affordable lookalike, are also available in pink satin with the same closed-toe, ankle strap, and platform heel.
You can never go wrong with classic black, and these sky-high black Office platform heels should be in every woman’s winter wardrobe.
You won’t find a better pair of gold platforms than these metallic platforms from Mango.
Marks & Spencer’s black suede platform heels are both stylish and comfortable.
If the Valentino Tan-Go platform pumps are more your style, you’ll fall in love with this ASOS replica.
Or go for the real thing at Matches Fashion. Swoon.
The pink faux fur, the iridescent snake embossed upper, the silver crystals show us a more epic shoe than Kurt Geiger’s platform mules.
Russell & Bromley’s power platforms are a timeless pair that you will be wearing long after party season is over. They are made of suede and have a genuine leather lining.
ASOS’s gorgeous lilac platforms will add a pop of colour to your LBDs.
Not all platforms require a block heel, and this River Island satin stiletto pair will dress up any outfit.
Zara’s platform heels feature a sharpened toe for a slightly different take on classic runway styles, and we’re completely obsessed.