Originally posted by PrinceOfCats+May 5th, 2004 - 11:27 am--><div class='quotetop'>QUOTE(PrinceOfCats @ May 5th, 2004 - 11:27 am)</div><div class='quotemain'> <!--QuoteBegin-oanadobre@May 5th, 2004 - 10:25 am Don't like it . I prefer masculine looks.
Pink is a perfectly masculine colour... [/b][/quote]
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Salmon coloured shirts look alright on the right guy. I think only the guys with tanned skin, dark hair and eyes look good in pink. I think if would look very feminine on a guy with blond hair and pale rosey cheeks.
Some guys look good in pink. It totally depends on complexion.
Back in the 1980s, my dad wore the hell out of a fuschia Hawaiian shirt with blue parrots on it. He also had a kind of Western-ish shirt that was white with pink-and-grey stripes. It worked for him, 'cause he's got a fair complexion and yellow-brown hair.
My husband would probably look fairly wretched in pink, because he has an olive undertone to his skin. Moreover, if I suggested he wear a pink shirt, he would probably give me a look like I had told him he ought to try a possum-hide loincloth. My husband is all about the dark, cool colors---greens and blues, mostly.
I personally do not like men in pink. I have no problem with it, it's just when I think pink on a man, I think of a pale pink dress shirt, and when I think pale pink dress shirt, I think with a navy blazer and red tie, and that makes me think county club on the weekends and disfunctional marriage which all adds up to a kind of preppy look that I just don't like. But if another guy want's to wear pink, it's cool by me. I don't think it makes him less masculine....quite the contrary, it makes him incredibly brave since most would immidiatly think "Feminine"
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