flatform

flatform

(ˈflætfɔːm)
n
(Clothing & Fashion) a thick, level sole on a shoe
[C20: blend of flat1 and platform]
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FLATFORMS TO WAYS 4 WEAR Stella McCartney brought back the flatform with her range of chic trainers and boots but you won't need the bank balance of her Beatles star dad to follow in her footsteps.
The Senate committee's approval of the PCA, a flatform of cooperation for both sides, will pave the way for the deal's ratification and implementation.
BOLD BRIGHT TOTE PS44, Next THE FLATFORM PS50, Dune Black Comfort and a little height all rolled into one.
99 ZARA whIte fLoppY hAt wIth pASTEL BAND DETAIL PS4 PRIMARK OUTFIT 1 IMITATION LEATHER SANDALS WITH WOODEN FLATFORM HEEL PS24.
Chokers and bum bags make a comeback while flatform and ghillies really make a statement.
From the new flatform through to Olympic-inspired footwear, shoes are stepping into new territory.
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We must come together in unity to fight for our high heel-wearing rights, for it seems a backlash looks set to hit upon us: The FLATform.