flatform

flatform

(ˈflætfɔːm)
n
(Clothing & Fashion) a thick, level sole on a shoe
[C20: blend of flat1 and platform]
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FLATFORM ESPADRILLE SANDAL: Add some height to your summer wardrobe with the Oasis on-trend flatform espadrille.
Smartchase's acquisition of NCAM will be a key component of its strategy to become a leading provider of financial services and structured investment products to independent financial advisors in Canada, and Smartchase's Fintech Flatform will serve to bolster compliance and increase NCAM's reach across Canada.
Smartchase's acquisition of NCAM will be a key component of its strategy to become a provider of financial services and structured investment products to independent financial advisors in Canada, and Smartchase's Fintech Flatform will serve to bolster compliance and increase NCAM's reach across Canada.
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Both actress Julia, who was picking up the night's Style Icon award and Elizabeth, who was named Stylist of the Year, opted for lilac Givenchy suits teamed with flatform shoes.
Casual profiles continue to evolve for AW18, butter-soft leather snaffle loafers and slip-on mules are introduced in a palette of "sunset red, molten gold, ink navy patent and off-white." Dark, matte tones feature on androgynous monk-strap brogues and flatform penny loafers.
Walk tall in this Mambo flatform, PS39 at Office 10 THE LAST STRAW Tap into the hot raffia trend with this bright bag, PS29.99, Zara
BOLD BRIGHT TOTE PS44, Next THE FLATFORM PS50, Dune Black Comfort and a little height all rolled into one.