Put on Your Own Shoes Day
Put on Your Own Shoes Day is an annual celebration observed on December 6 of every year. Shoes play a significant role in the everyday life of a human. No matter what profession he belongs to, the shoes are a brand of identity. A person’s walk defines who he is, and it is mainly due to the shoes he wears. Put on Your Own Shoes Day is celebrated to encourage people to put on their shows wherever they go. It is also the Day that encourages children to put on their own shoes as to make it a habit.
“Shoes are the finishing touch on any outfit and it is important to complete a look with the perfect pair!” – Tracy Reese
History of Put on Your Own Shoes Day
The origin, history, and the founder of the Put on Your Own Shoes Day are anonymous. Shoes exist since antiquity. The oldest protected shoe in the world was found to date back to some 5000 years back. The founder of this Day might have created this Day to encourage children to tie their shoelace and put on their own shoes. Wearing shoes is a vital thing, and it needs to be practiced every day. It is a must for anyone to wear their shoes and sandals before stepping out. Shoes protect the legs, and they are on another hand considered as the fashion icon for any wardrobe.
Without perfect shoes, fashion will not get completed. Shoes are a part of footwear that needs to be celebrated as it protects the legs of any human. Until around the Baroque period, the footwear wasn’t something considered to be fashionable. The design of your shoe is a key indicator of your social class. It was not until the 1800s, and the shoes were made specifically for the left and the right feet.
Other Celebrations on December 6
December 6 is also celebrated as
- Mitten Tree Day
- National Pawnbrokers Day
- Saint Nicholas Day
- National Miner’s Day
- National Microwave Oven Day
How to Celebrate Put on Your Own Shoes Day
The best way to celebrate Put on Your Own Shoes Day is by putting your shoes on your legs. Encourage your children to learn to put their shoes or sandals and the importance of wearing them on this Day. Teach them how to tie the shoelace by themselves as the best initiative on this Day. You can give your unused shoes to those people who don’t have it. Help them protect their foots from getting damaged by dirt and materials that hurt their foot. Share your views and Put on Your Own Shoes Day celebration pictures on the social media using the hashtag #PutOnYourOwnShoesDay.