Lace-up shoes or pumps are rarely seen out in public, but in Japan this type of shoe is actually very common because of how trendy they are and for their availability during different seasons. The lace-up shoe are an awesome trend item that has very little to do with comfort sometimes, but a lot to do with stability and with the flex of your feminine muscles. They are a good addition to your shoe collection, especially if they are going to be your only pair of shoes that use string/laces. The lace-up shoe is truly feminine item – design wise the lace-up shoe is considerate about delicate feet but doesn’t care about the time required to finish the lacing or tying of it. It can take some time to deal with and choosing a color for your pair is also no easy matter, although most people usually choose beige, dark colors, or black. The lace-up shoe can come in things other than a solid color though, like a motif, design theme, or even full leather material with a zipper or back laces for a sleek styling on the back of the shoe. Combined with denim or dress/skirt, the lace-up shoe is capable of sending a message about your style and is impression perfect. In terms of the anatomy of the foot, the lace-up pump can reveal the thickness and color of the foot and use of the line formations of toes will make the feet look cute overall. The shape of the foot within a lace-up shoe is a focus point when purchasing or looking over lace-up pumps because of the use of a pointed tip that’s common with a lot of lace-up type styles. Be careful though, the lace-up pump could also make your feet look like roasted pork and become the cause of swollen feet. Roasted pork is a cute look on the foot, but in reality it takes about as much time to get over as it does lacing up a great pair of lace-up shoes.