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post #31 of 67
If ever I needed a reason to wear pink, it is that my pink striped tie has received more positive female compliments than any other tie I own.
post #32 of 67
I mistakenly clicked this thread thinking it was going to be about the shoddy construction of Thomas Pink shirts.
post #33 of 67
Pink is a good alternative to the more staid shades of blue and white. I find a pale pink shirt under a blue jacket helps brighten things up on a weekend evening.
post #34 of 67
Originally Posted by suitntieguy View Post
I don't think I will either. However, the situation might would have some effect. I could have my arm twisted to wear a pink jacket with white pants in the spring if I where say in aruba or on a golf course in somewhere south of the equator.

Any day at any old event in the windy city. Not a chance

I can definitely see this, but it would have to be done really well. It's one of those looks I can see looking really cool if done right but very "try hard" if it doesn't work out. I would be able to convince myself I'm the former at the store, but I think fear that I'd be the latter might prevent me from actually wearing it. However, I would be happy to travel to any exotic locale necessary to test this theory!

I'll be visiting the Windy City in a few weeks, I'll be sure to leave the pink sportcoat in my closet.
post #35 of 67
I have a punk shirt that I wear from high school powder puff, that it though.
post #36 of 67
only if its a pink pair of trousers, or a pink jacket.
post #37 of 67
"At one point pink was considered more of a boy's color, (as a watered-down red, which is a fierce color) and blue was more for girls. The associate of pink with bold, dramatic red clearly affected its use for boys. An American newspaper in 1914 advised mothers, "If you like the color note on the little one's garments, use pink for the boy and blue for the girl, if you are a follower of convention." [The Sunday Sentinal, March 29, 1914.]
It's only a color. Why not?
post #38 of 67
nope just bought a pink shirt over the weekend
post #39 of 67
I'd wear this Attolini pink cashmere unlined tie.
post #40 of 67
post #41 of 67
lol, look at all the threads he creates.....
post #42 of 67
Depends whether it's pink or PINK.
post #43 of 67
Never bothers me, and I receive lots of compliments. Every mans wardrobe needs pink, bar none.
post #44 of 67
It's because when the typical amjack thinks of pink, they're imagining hot pink or something garish. A light pink is just as versatile as a light blue.
post #45 of 67
nope, not in the least. just feel comfortable wearing whatever it is you're wearing..
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