Hi everybody, I didn't want to hijak the thread about Fall looks, but there was an nascent, interesting discussion about colors. They were talking about high contrast for asian men, and I just wanted to clarify what this means. I am assuming this means just wearing something like a dark navy or black shirt, and a white shirt underneath. But, then how is medium brown or greens an example of high contrast. Is the first combo an example of this high contrast? And, what about a gray suit? I think I look good with a navy suit, which I guess is this high contrast idea. Would I get the same contrast with a gray suit? If I look good with navy, for a second suit, should I stick with navy rather than getting something that might not look as good with my skin color? Finally, what about a pink shirt for a chinese man. I know pink can look good on caucasians, but I'm not sure how it would look against a yellowish bronze skin color.
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9/24/04 at 7:18pm