Pink is widely considered a feminine colour, which is why many men tend to avoid it in clothing. You may refer to it as salmon if it makes you feel more masculine – lol. Truth be told, no colour is off limits. It’s just the way you style it and the confidence with which you pull it off.
The key to making pink work for you is ensuring it’s the right one. With a pink shirt, start with plain pink and work yourself up to striped and checked patterns. I chose a plain pink shirt with a grey suit. Colour combinations are key to getting that pink popping. Grey is great with pink, and so is navy. As well as the formal suit, pink shirts can be worn with denim as well as chinos for a less formal look for a night out.
• Pick hues that suit your skin tone – darker skin-tones tend to suit pink than people with lighter complexions. Either way, pick pastel rather than brighter shades of pink.
• Wear pink in items and styles you’d otherwise wear to complement your outfit.
• Keep the accessories to a minimum as pink is a statement colour. Less is more.
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