What to Wear to a Public Apology: Blue

In this image released by CNN, host Larry King speaks with performer Chris Brown during an interview Wednesday, Aug. 26, 2009, on the "Larry King Live" show in Los Angeles.   (AP/CNN Peter Stone)

(User Submitted) – Looking back on a few decades of public apologies, blue appears to be the "it" color for people who say they are sorry in front of the world. Why blue? Color experts say we "believe" blue more than any other color. Bill Clinton went with blue in the form of a tie, as did Mark Sanford. Chris Brown, John Edwards, and Tiger Woods also wore blue to their mea culpas. Jesse James? He phoned it in. Read the full article.

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