Miss id is a Japanese audition project held every year that has talent from ages 12 to 35 years of age. It’s also the home of a variety of shoe styles and shoe brands. For example, converse & plimsoll shoes are popular with the miss id contestants because of the shoe’s ability to handle various kinds of activity like walking long pathways of sidewalk as well as looking cute in picture poses. Favorite is a word that we can find on the instagrams of many miss id contestants when it comes to plimsoll, Adidas type of shoes. A liking for these styles is something that many of the contestants and their followers have in common. Whether going out to eat or taking a stroll through Tokyo’s public transit system, plimsolls allow them to keep going. Lightweight is a quality that many of the contestants enjoy, and with plimsoll shoes, their foot and body movements are the one and only guide. Sneakers are number one with girls, with jet black & platform shoes coming in at a close second for many contestants along with high heels & designer brands. The high heel is a remarkable thing for many of the younger contestants, who become filled with joy whenever they have the chance to practice wearing them with their favorite outfits, and presses them to try even more new items.
With all of the running around and impulse shopping that some of the Miss ID contestants do, how do they manage to stick around and keep up with the day? There were so many complaints on how sore and tired their feet were that the remedy to many of their daily situations dealt with leg and foot massages or in one case someone had a thing for lymphatic massage on their foot and taking care of swollen or bloated legs. Being self–conscious of the body is such a frequent thing with them that you’d think that some of the Miss ID contestants were professional athletes. Paying attention to the complexion, how short, beautiful, or soft your feet and legs are will simply put you in the winners circle though, or at least give you the mindset of these determined young girls. It takes a lot of work to be the best contestant you can be, and a lot of socks 🙂