SIGIA-L Mail Archives: Re: [Sigia-l] Pink, revisited
Re: [Sigia-l] Pink, revisited
On Sep 14, 2007, at 2:30 AM, James Aylett wrote:
> Interesting. Pink is a fairly popular colour in the UK for men's
> formal shirts. All of our account managers and account directors have
> a tendency to it, for instance. (Again, they could be accused of being
> design-related, and hence less than men ;-)
> Any locales or cultures (banking, for instance) that don't do this? I
> don't get to meet Big City people in work clothes that often :)
Pink business shirts are fairly popular here in the US, almost
exclusively among the non-technical managerial or wannabe-managerial
crowd. (Their words are unimportant, and we do not hear them.)
I believe a survey would find that most people consider pink business
shirts on males as a sign that the wearer may also own a wide-lapel
green polyester leisure suit.
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