Wear Brown Shoes Day
When is Wear Brown Shoes Day? This special day is always observed on December 4
Are you tired of wearing the same color of shoes day after day? Wear Brown Shoes Day is today, a December 4 holiday. Black is by far the most popular shoe color. White is popular for summer and for sneakers. We just don’t turn to brown footwear very often. You might not even have any kind of brown footwear. Now, let me see… what color shoes should I wear today?????
WOW! It is very easy to participate in this special day. Just dust off that seldom-worn pair of brown shoes and put ’em on your feet. Brown boots, loafers, sandals, slippers, sneakers, or any other brown-colored footwear will do. Don’t tiptoe around. Wear them wherever you go.
In case you didn’t know… the sock color of the day is……..brown.
Have a happy Wear Brown Shoes Day.
How to Celebrate Wear Brown Shoes Day
- Wear brown footwear: shoes, sandals, and slippers today.
- Buy a new pair of brown shoes.
- Know someone in need? Buy them a new pair of shoes, brown ones.
Thought for Today
Always hold your wife’s hand. If you don’t she’ll go shopping.
History and Origin of Wear Brown Shoes Day
Wear Brown Shoes Day was likely created by someone who was tired of wearing the same old black shoes. Or perhaps, it was the dress code theme of a school day event. Until we find the creator of this day, we can only speculate.
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