Wear Pink Make More
Men who wear pink shirts to work earn more and are better qualified than those who favour traditional colours such as white or blue, it has emerged. Researchers also found men who wear pink are more likely to get compliments from female colleagues and are more confident characters in the office. A typical pink shirt wearer earns £1,000 more a year than those who opt for other colours, the poll of 1,500 male office workers found. One in four men feels more attractive in a pink shirt and those who frequently wear purple or lilac have the most office romances, while those who prefer blue have the least. Men who wear pink are also twice as likely to have a Master’s degree than those who favour white shirts, with one in ten pink shirt wearers having a PHD.