A Man’s Guide To Pink
An enlightened man will no longer think of pink as something that only comes cut with an A-line hem or replete with buttons that fasten the wrong way around, but it’s still a colour underrepresented in most wardrobes. The key to making this hue work for you is ensuring it’s the right one. The wrong tone can bleach out your skin tone and work against your complexion.
For paler skin, a stronger, deeper tone works best. A flushed shade, the kind usually associated with Oxford shirts, complements a post-holiday glow and darker skin.
Use accessories for a flash of blush. Aside from picking the right shade, wearing pink requires steely self-esteem. If you’re more of a shrinking violet, experiment with smaller, subtle pieces that are worn away from the skin first.
Go-to combinations for your workplace, It plays especially well with other traditionally masculine colors. For a more contemporary approach, black and pink nod to the punk trend.
Keep it simple. Always remember the first rule of menswear success is keeping things simple. A good approach is to pick out a single piece in this hue first, then build a look around that, usually with dark basics.