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Flusser was totally wrong about this.
I would rather die than dress like how he thinks Asians should dress--which is, hilariously in a sort of racist way, exactly as one would stereotype the way Triad types dress.
Well, his reasoning, even assuming his premises, is stupid. High-contrast complexion/hair should not necessarily require a high-contrast outfit when the midpoint between black hair and pale skin is approximately the same as that for tan skin and brown hair.
x2The thing is, I read Color for Men and I didn't understand it. Or, at least, I never saw what she claims to see. The Flusser photos were similarly unpersuasive and then once you notice they are doctored, even the possibility of belief drains away.
However, even if I did believe it, I am not sure how I would respond. I like all kinds of colors and combinations and I can't see giving them up to remain in the same narrow range just because they are supposedly "my" colors.
There's got to be some middle ground for recognizing that some combinations such as a natural linen suit on a person with summer coloring are really hard to pull off while simultaneously not going overboard with the whole thing.