Well you know when David Beckham comes out literally running in a blue blazer. It’s a style and colour you need to mess about with. He makes it look so effortless especially running with his hands in his pocket.
The question right now to ask you guys? Are you feeling Blue? Blue is a perfect transitional colour between seasons, it suits nearly all men, whether the sun is shining or not. This nautical colour remains the most powerful colour for years gone and years to come. The following guys show you how the powerful blue blazer should, could and has to be worn right now. If a blazer is not your thing then invest in the edgy blue vest or a quilted jacket.
Blue – It Is In Our Genes
In a study done by New Castle University, when given mixed colours to choose from, the male population of the study showed a wide preference for colour blends. But when the women were asked to choose from mixed colours, they tended to prefer colours that moved away from blue and toward the red end of the spectrum, where shades like pinks and lilacs are found. The scientists concluded that the long-held distinction of colour preferences among genders had a real basis.
But why? Couldn’t these results be due to the participants being raised in a culture where blue is for boys and pink for girls? In other words, couldn’t the color preferences be learned rather than innate — something we’re born with. This lends support to the notion that colour preferences among the sexes have a biological basis rather than a cultural one. The researchers hope to support this conclusion with a revised version of the test modified for infants. A very young child, the scientists reason, hasn’t yet had a chance to be socialised into a gender role by society. Therefore, any colour preferences displayed by babies would have to be innate.
But the question remains — why is there a distinction between males and females regarding colour preferences? Doctors Hurlbert and Ling suggest that the reason is found in humanity’s distant past. Follow this link www.howstuffworks.com/gender-color.htm to find out how the origins of our color preferences might be found on the African savannah.
For me as you can see below blue can be worn with most colours. But for this spring summer get yourself some white jeans. Be inspired and gentleman run to the colour blue. Because you were genetically destined to wear it.