Red accents will make you stand out



When you see somebody wear red, it draws your attention. It might be a full on red outfit or it might just be a red belt. There is a reason for this natural visual attraction that comes with the color red. Naturally, humans associate it with danger, passion, rage, and lust. It is a vibrant and primal color, so it draws our attention. “Peacocking” is a term used by the pick-up artist community that basically means wearing outlandish clothes or accessories to attract attention. The intent is for the frills and shimmer to make an audience notice you; once that’s happened you can be certain that they have already thought of you, which makes it more easy to approach a group of people.

While it works for some people, wearing over-the-top accessories to get attention simply isn’t everybody’s cup of tea. For those who still would like to exploit the effects of peacocking without looking like a peacock, wearing a bit of a red on an otherwise flat outfit is an excellent choice. A red tie and pocket square on a simple black suit is at once bold and acceptable. On top of being an eye-catching color, red is also rather suggestive due to the aforementioned qualities it has.

Although it’s perfectly fine to full-on red clothing, it loses the distinct appeal when you’re wearing just a bit of your outfit that is red. Often, it can be even be described as too loud. Some items that you might consider adding to your wardrobe to give it a little spark are a red leather belt, a red wristwatch, red-striped sweats, red ties, and red accepted shoes. There’s also a lot you can do by way of men’s jewelry that is red. Jewelry is a perfect accent and it doesn’t hurt when it’s a fiery color.

Written by Asher Briggs

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