Quoted from source: "Believe it or not, pink shirts are back in fashion! There’s nothing girly or homosexual about wearing a pink shirt. In fact, this little diamond in the rough fashion tip might just help you impress the right kind of woman for a change. What is so great about wearing a pink shirt? Women want their men to be macho, but what they don’t tell you is they want that macho man to have a sensitive side. What better way to show your sensitive side than opting for a soft shade of pink for your next night out on the town? Not only that, a pink shirt will make you stand out in a sea of boring blue and white shirts at the bar. Gone are the days when the pink shirt was considered the yuppie 80’s investment bankers shirt of choice; the pink shirt is the straight guys secret weapon when it comes to attracting the increasingly fashion-savvy female population. Okay, how do I pull off wearing a pink shirt? When it comes to pink shirts, you don’t want to be too overkill. Avoid shirts with different colored collars and cuffs, and while on the subject don’t buy a shirt with an oversized collar - pink or otherwise. Unless you want to look like a salmon, don’t buy an orangy-pink shirt. By the same token, you will look gay if you strut out onto the dancefloor in a delightfully sthuper shade of fuschia. Oh, and never, ever, ever, ever wear a pink ruffled shirt. Unless, of course, you are actually gay. Instead of orange, fuschia or ruffled pink shirts, go for a nice pale pink that offsets your skin tone. Always go for 100% cotton linen to avoid nasty nipple chafing at the end of the night."