i admire the confidence, more than the guy himself wearing the color... it takes courage to look past the stereotype attached to the color... even here on GAG, female usernames are pink..! not to mention, how douchey some men can be to other men wearing pink, calling them effeminate and all sorts of mean things... which is just sad, and a reflection of their own shallowness and insecurities about their "masculinity"..
some guys can really carry it off, so yay for them! and they should continue wearing them, regardless of what some wooden-headed people may say..
At that range of pink I would consider him to be gay. Depends on the skin tone and what type of clothing he wears. If he wore a wash-out pink or a pink tie that may be considered cute. Its such a controversial colour on guys, but if he had to wear one of those controversial colours I would rather he wear purple.
Naturally in ancient Rome, pink was wrapped around newborn baby boys. But, yes. Pink is very attractive on men, but pink headphones, ear buds, and backpacks are too much. Too feminine. You might as well where skirts.
I don't understand why pink and blue are catergorized by gender. Why it's okay for a girl to wear blue but its skeptical for a guy to wear pink. Pink is a beautiful color and It turns me on that a guy is wearing pink, I think it shows confidence because guys won't wear pink.
Paler pink dress shirts are very traditional. Not quite that vibrant. The core colors for men's business/bus casual are navy, grey and brown. Pale pink shirts look good with all three, so its sort of the number three shirt color behind white and pale blue. Trends have pushed purple and more recently grey shirts, but tbh, they are FAR more limited in what they look good with.
Considering pink is just a lighter shade of red.. and that up until the 1940's pink was predominantly a color worn by males, it shouldn't really be a turn off or be seen as too girly. And even if a girl thought pink as a girly color, a guy that can pull off a girly color epitomizes manliness.