I continue to hear the occasional fussing from clergy about their rose vestments. (Jesus rose from the dead; he didn’t pink on Easter morning!)
I was watching an EFL Cup match today and paired with their black shorts, the Leicester field players were sporting light pink shirts, imaged right.
It’s a nice design, I think. It’s not just a me-too thing. Everton, once the young miss’s second favorite English team had a more vivid design nine years ago, below.
I would think it would. The opponents, too.
In my wardrobe, I have two dress shirts that fall into or near this color scheme. One is a light pink gingham and the other a more bold color. I will match them with dark navy or black slacks.
I often wear one or the other on “rose” Sundays. I don’t usually dress to match liturgically. But I will poke at one of our retired priests who fusses slightly over wearing a “salmon rose” chasuble on the two Sundays. Anything to prop up the liturgical ship, I guess.