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  • Stella Mccartney Lindsey Wedges
    stellamccartney.com
    Flatform sandals in black faux leather featuring an eco wooden sole. Wide strap over the toes and ankle strap with buckle closure. The wood used in these shoes comes from a sustainable source. 66% Polyurethane, 27% Polyester, 7% Cotton. 120mm heel with 75mm platform True to size.
  • Kaanas Marseille Flatform Espadrilles - Seashell/Black
    shopbop.com
    A pebbled leather toe cap adds tactile contrast to rustic canvas KAANAS espadrilles. Braided jute banding accents the wedge platform. Canvas lining and rubber sole. Imported, Colombia. This item cannot be gift boxed. Measurements Heel: 1.25in / 30mm Platform: 1in / 25mm. Available sizes: 7,10
  • Ted Baker Women's Luzula Platform Sandal
    amazon.com
    Get in on the flatform trend in Ted Baker's Luzula. This funky find boasts a 2.5-inch wedge and 2-inch platform for a boost of height that won't wear you out. An understated leather upper lends sophistication to this unexpected offering with bold hardware and a cut-out heel for a flirty finish from Ted Baker.
  • See by Chloé Platform Wedge Sandals - Cutout
    bloomingdales.com
    See by Chloé pays attention to the details in this must-have pair of wedges, with classically chic striped accents. Suede/fabric upper, leather lining, rubber sole. Imported. Open toe; buckled ankle strap; striped fabric at wedge. 4.5" Wedge, 1.5" platform; feels like 3" wedge. Available in full and half sizes.
  • Eileen Fisher Still High Leather Wedge
    neimanmarcus.com
    Eileen FisherStill High Leather Wedge, BlackDetailsEileen Fisher leather sandal.Open toe tops 1" platform.3 3/4" covered wedge; 2 3/4" equiv.Ankle wrap with mesh insets.Cushioned suede footbed.Rubber sole for traction."Still High" is imported of Italian material.Designer Please note: Apparel may be available in more sizes: Shop Eileen Fisher Petite Shop Eileen Fisher Women'sAbout Eileen Fisher:Former interior and graphic designer Eileen Fisher launched her self-named collection in 1984. The acclaimed designer made her mark with clean lines, simple shapes, and a timeless, functional style.
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