Originally Posted by mensimageconsultant.com
Color and fit - and also texture - communicate power and sensuality. Red, for example, signals sexuality; and a pair of jeans with a flattering fit shows a woman a favorite part of the male form. If a man wears attire that communicates the right mix of the two qualities, he is unlikely to be rejected before he opens his mouth and (at least initially) what he does say is going to be filtered positively.
Obviously what you chose to wear and whether or not it fits you properly is important, but when I see so-called experts (no disrespect intended) giving advice on what colors to wear in an attempt to influence how you will be perceived by women, I can't help but wonder who actually buys that stuff.
Now if you said that wearing bright colors signals a certain level of confidence in a man, I could live with that. But saying that red signals sexuality, or blue signals serenity or calm is ridiculous. Personally, I pick colors I like that also look good on me. They're not a window to my soul. I would think that most reasonable people, even women, would probably realize that I'm not any more sexual than the next guy because I'm wearing a red shirt ;p