Pink to make the boys....earn more cash!
It pays for men to wear pink.
Guys who favour pink shirts, like this one by top tailor Gieves and Hawkes, earn more and are better qualified than those who favour traditional colours such as white or blue, according to research by Cotton USA. Men who go for green tones are the most likely to be late for work, while white shirt fans are the most punctual, the survey revealed.
And if you're vying for promotion then it's best to plump for a purple shirt - in the last five years men who are more likely to wear purple shirts to the office have had the most pay rises.