Wear Brown Shoes Day on Dec 4 or on Your #Wedding Day!

The brides have a huge say in their wedding day. So why shouldn’t the grooms?! Choose a unique look and wear your fabulous brown shoes on your wedding day! Wear Your Brown Shoes Day is Dec 4, but you can celebrate unique fashion on your wedding day by going with a look that is all yours, whether you’re the bride or groom!

The caring Wedding Officiants at Spouses For Life can help you do just that! At Spouses For Life, we specialize in creating the perfect wedding ceremony for the two of you, and everyone you choose to be involved. Our experienced and caring Wedding Officiants can work with you to create the perfect ceremony for your perfect day.

You can contact us directly by email at info@spousesforlife.com or call us at (323) 942-9342.

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Wear Brown Shoes Day is today. 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, 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.

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