This is the 1 sneaker style you’re going to see everything this fall and winter

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While lots of people flock to boots and booties during the cold fall and winter months, others can’t give up on their sneakers, no matter the season. If you live in sneakers all year long, then there’s one pair you need to add to your collection ASAP: Platform sneakers.

Chunky sneakers have been trending for a while now. These days, however, it’s less about the oddly shaped designs that were popular a few seasons ago and more about streamlined styles that just have a bit of extra height at the sole.

Perfect with jeans, leggings or even to tone down a fancy dress or skirt, the platform sneaker trend is easy for anyone to pull off. Not only are there cute styles available in all different sizes, but most top brands offer cute options for different budgets.

If you want to get in on the platform sneaker trend this season, shop some of the best picks below.

adidas Forum Bonega Mid Shoes, $108 (Orig. $120)

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Nike Blazer Low Platform Sneaker, $105

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Converse Chuck Taylor All Star Lift High Top Platform Sneaker, $56.25-$75 (Orig. $75)

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Keds Triple Up Platform Sneaker, $54.99 (Orig. $64.95)

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Gucci New Ace Platform Sneaker, $890

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adidas Nizza Mid Top Platform Sneaker, $75

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J/Slides Noca Platform Lace-Up Sneaker, $158-$168

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