3 May – Two Different Coloured Shoes Day
It’s Two Different Coloured Shoes Day! For 364 days a year, most people wear matching footwear, but today is your excuse to step outside the box.
Dr Arlene Kaiser created National Two Different Coloured Shoes Day to recognise and celebrate human diversity. According to Dr Kaiser, the simple act of wearing two different coloured shoes proclaims your individuality. By taking this “positive risk,” you can demonstrate your willingness to be different, and show your appreciation for the unique people in your life.
Wearing two different coloured shoes can be as simple as wearing a black shoe and a brown shoe, or as outrageous as wearing a flip-flop and a boot. However you decide to express yourself today, do so with pride! Happy Two Different Coloured Shoes Day!