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Chris mate you can wear all the purple xmas jumpers you want mate.
don't be shy:D
real men would not give a shit mate;)
would not come into my head....i'll wear what I like:D
 

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Chris mate you can wear all the purple xmas jumpers you want mate.
don't be shy:D
real men would not give a shit mate;)
would not come into my head....i'll wear what I like:D
:lol: I got your kinda colour jumper for Christmas dude, earthy brown! :D :lol:
 

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just been trying to work out if i know any men who wear purple clothes and i can honestly say i don't know 1 person :eek:
 

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I see nothing wrong with men wearing purple.

Women wear blue! haha xx
 

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Royalty and Spirituality:
Purple is royalty. A mysterious color, purple is associated with both nobility and spirituality. The opposites of hot red and cool blue combine to create this intriguing color.

Pantone has selected the color Blue Iris (PANTONE 18-3943) as the 2008 Color of the Year telling us: "Combining the stable and calming aspects of blue with the mystical and spiritual qualities of purple, Blue Iris satisfies the need for reassurance in a complex world, while adding a hint of mystery and excitement."

Nature of Purple:
Purple has a special, almost sacred place in nature: lavender, orchid, lilac, and violet flowers are often delicate and considered precious. Because purple is derived from the mixing of a strong warm and strong cool color it has both warm and cool properties. A purple room can boost a child's imagination or an artist's creativity. Too much purple, like blue, could result in moodiness.

Culture of Purple:
The color of mourning for widows in Thailand, purple was the favorite color of Egypt's Cleopatra. It has been traditionally associated with royalty in many cultures. Purple robes were worn by royalty and people of authority or high rank. The Purple Heart is a U.S. Military decoration given to soldiers wounded in battle.

Using Purple:
Deep or bright purples suggest riches while lighter purples are more romantic and delicate. Use redder purples for a warmer color scheme or the bluer purples to cool down.

Using Purple with Other Colors:
A deep eggplant purple with neutral tans or beige is an earthy, conservative color combination with a touch of the mystery that purple provides. Green and purple can be a striking combination in deep or bright jewel tones or use lighter shades for a cheerful, springlike feel. Pink and purple has feminine appeal.

Purple Color Palettes:
These color palettes feature shades of purple combined with shades of green, orange, blue, and yellow.

Language of Purple:
The use of purple in familiar phrases can help a designer see how their color of choice might be perceived by others, both the positive and negative aspects.

Good purple
Purple cow - something remarkable, eye-catching, unusual
Purple prose - exaggeration, highly imaginative writing (also has negative connotations)

Bad purple
Purple speech - profanity, raunchy language
Purple prose - exaggeration, colorful lies
Purple haze - state of confusion or euphoria, possibly drug-induced, type of marijuana

Purple Words: These words are synonymous with purple or represent various shades of the color purple.

Violet, plum, lavender, lilac, puce, thistle, orchid, mauve, magenta, royal, amethyst, wine, pomegranate, eggplant, mulberry.
 
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