Re: Let go
I'm simply delightful and I don't think I could wear this shirt either. You can have maybe 2 of the 3 - butterflies, sharp pink or this yellow shirt - but 3 for 3 and, well, you know... I agree with PopeYmir. Black to red alone would make this more "guy-friendly." It's that violent pink with butterflies that screams for most guys, "Oh my God, it was so dark when I left, I put on whats her name's tee instead of mine; what will my buds...what will the taxidriver say...the doorman...what will everyone say!?!?!?"
As for this shirt looking good on the model, I'm sure he looks good no matter what shirt he's in and even better out of it. That doesn't mean he'd wear it.
Afterall, Radiomode doesn't just want to win, place or show; I'm sure he wants to sell as many shirts as possible at $2 a pop. Appealing to woman AND men facilitates those big sales that make a Woot shirt not only an artistic win but a financial success. That's why what males think does matter here. Hence, the forgoing constructive criticism.
That said, I only press the I'd Want One button if I'd really WANT one. So while I applaud Radiomode's fantastic design here and think it is eye-catching and special, I can't vote for it if I'm not willing to put my money where my mouth is. If I'm afraid that I'll be asked why I'm shopping in Macy's Juniors department (queens can be vicious you know), I can fully understand why any other male would be hesitent to wear this stunning, but particularly girly, shirt. Gettng rid of that shocking pink alone would go A LONG way.