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Flatforms have been on our style radar since last summer, but they have yet to catch on amongst the masses. Will it be different this season, or is this a style of http://www.asos.com/Women/Shoes/Cat/pgecategory.aspx?cid=4172 to give a miss? It seems the high street and online stores are banking on the former, with their huge selections of flatforms in every colour, style, height and on-trend pattern of the season. What is undeniable is that this is a trend for the girls. If youre looking for a style of shoes to impress a guy, this isnt it! Men find womens fashion confusing at the best of times so flatforms will be completely baffling. But since when did we ever wear shoes for anyone else but ourselves anyway? A definite plus is the practicality and comfort. The heel isnt much higher than the sole, making these shoes so much easier to walk in than teetering on sky high heels. And more often than not theyre wedges which give extra stability. But with the chunky platform sole you still get some added height! You just need to choose the style, anything from Mary Janes to even high top sneakers (has the latter taken it too far?). Then theres the heel height, from the slim, subtle platform to the ones with nearly a three inch sole. You can even nail two trends in one and snap up a colour-block pair or ones in pretty pastel hues. Some personal favourites are the sandal styles with patterned soles, such as floral or snakeskin. These would look great with anything from cut off denim shorts to flirty skirts in the warm summer months. Whilst the weather is still cool pair them with leggings or skinny jeans. What do you think about the flatforms trend? Hit or miss? fashion style