Hey, you. Yeah, you. Hand over your Man Card right now if you even thought about scrolling down when you saw this.

 

Gentleman, if you’ll no doubt note by the date on your calendar, Spring is officially finally in the air and of course you know what that means, don’t you? Young men and old men who are young at heart’s fancies all turn to thoughts of how best to update their wardrobes for all of those all-important upcoming social engagements.

You know the ones. Those times of full-on, male-bonding that are the stuff manhood is made of – beach trips with the guys, backyard barbecues and baseball games, and that modern staple of metrosexual manna – manlicures and pedicures; the only way to get your fingernails and toenails looking their true metrosexual best.

But before you go dashing out to your closest Marshall’s or Ross’ in search of the perfect preppy wardrobe essential to modern male magnificence, you first simply must answer that all important, fashion-forward fundamental question that defines modern manly men like yourself, and the question you simply must ask is simply this:

“What is my color season?”

And why, praytell, is that question so critical to your fashion future? Because you need to know why certain colors look splendid on some people and drab on others. Choosing colors that flatter your complexion is the best way to win this fashion foray.

Now, as you know, finding flattering colors is especially important when shopping for baseball caps and hankies. So, do always be mindful that colors become more important as they move closer to your face.

This may seem perplexing, but you got this.

Choosing the right colors to match your skin tone is much easier than you think. The secret? Finding your color season.

Color seasons are basically sets of colors that are specifically curated for an individual based on his features.

Now, if you are serious about finding your color season, and you are an avid reader of this blog, this is the part where I tell you that the first step you should take is to not past go, and do not collect $200.

You should oughtta just go on and hand over your Man Card right now if you even thought for a second that this posting was written with a straight face, because what we had right here was failure to communicate that this is my contribution to the shenanigans commonly associated with this, the first day of April every year.

If that’s not clear enough for you, perhaps this will help you get a clue:

It’s April Fools Day, fool.

 

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