Never mind the perception of the color pink. The color was originally targeted to males and babies because it is derived from red which we all know is a stronger and more passionate color. Whereas the color blue was considered more gentle and delicate. The whole gender color phenomenon happen post-World War 2. Men came back home to reclaim their position in the workforce. So women ended up trading in their blue collar outfits for pink aprons.
Fast-forward to the 21st century men (and women) are able to freely express our love for both colors in a single outfit. Be a “real man” by sporting a pink polo or cardigan with some light weight cotton linen trousers for a relaxed weekend look. The old saying “Real men wear pink” is true for a reason. So why not play it up?
How would you include the color pink into your wardrobe? Feel free the share in the comment box below.
J. Alex Sanchez // @Zander_x
Cardigan and Polo by Uniqlo.com
Pants by OwnOnly.com
MTO shoes by PaulStuart.com
Bracelets by DevineHeir.com