Ah, now these guys mean business. They've chosen a distinctive shade of blue known as Mechanic's Oily Overalls. It tells me that they are industrious, mechanised and well-oiled. They will get the job done, but they may not always wash their hands.
The canary is an attractive bird, with bright yellow plumage and a cheery, optimistic tune. But in mimicking the songbird, the man who sports this vivid shade will also turn out to be easily dislodged from his perch and prone to fly north for the summer.
A lovely, soothing, calming blue, evocative of summer skies. This tells of a team relaxed and completely at ease with themselves, serenely going about their business. They may be so relaxed in fact, that they are in danger of falling asleep on the job.
Now these shirts tell a story. At first glance, Ferrari red appears the epitome of virility, power and success. In reality, it usually masks deep-seated insecurities. Men who wear this shade are likely to have performance issues.
I like these Preity shirts, they put me in mind of red and white roses; of romance. However, the men who wear them are easily distracted by a pretty face and are likely to spend their time in the field composing sonnets or picking daisies.
English red and blue. I can only foresee bad luck for the wearers of these ill-fated shirts. They should change them immediately.
These colours trouble me. Every time I look at them, I am reminded of burning effigies. The abundance of black is also deeply symbolic; suggestive of secretive plotting and dark intrigue.
Electric blue shirts are a sign of sparky confidence. This team will have a lot to say for itself and be full of energy. They will be the life and soul of the party at first, but eventually everyone will get sick of them.
Andrew Hughes is a writer currently based in England