Wear Brown Shoes Day has been celebrated on December 4th of every year. Footwears especially shoes are indeed playing a significant role in everyone’s life. It is the first fashion accessory that flashes in one’s mind. Most often we tend to prefer shoes with black, white, even gaudy colors like green and yellow now. But what about a brown shoe? It is a day for those who don’t have a shoe with brown shade in their shoe rack.
“A shoe is not only a design, but it’s a part of your body language, the way you walk. The way you’re going to move is quite dictated by your shoes.” – Christian Louboutin
History of Wear Brown Shoes Day
The origin, history, and founder of this day are still unknown. We can assume that Day aims in encouraging people to wear brown shoes. It is the perfect Day that lets the people change their daily dressing rituals to wearing a brown shoes. Brown Shoes shows the absolute mark of a man. An individual wearing a brown shoe shows that the person is both respectable and trustworthy. Shoes are intended to provide protection and comfort to the human foot. They safeguard the foot while doing various activities.
The design of the shoes has changed over the years, through time and from culture to culture. The shoes have become an item of decoration. The appearance of the shoes originally being tied to the function. Shoes are made from different materials like leather, wood, or canvas. They are increasingly made from rubber, plastics, and other petrochemical-derived materials.
Other Celebrations on December 4
December 4 is also celebrated as
How to Celebrate Wear Brown Shoes Day
The best way to celebrate the day is by wearing brown shoes. It is the perfect Day to buy a brown shoe if hadn’t owned it yet. Start collecting some brown shoes by visiting the local shoe dealer. You can even encourage other people to wear brown shoes. Share your celebration pictures and thoughts on social media using the hashtag #WearBrownShoesDay.
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