The rest of my kit is mostly black running shorts or tights, and tops in various colours - black, orange, green, read, blue, fluro yellow... All from women's ranges, so I've never felt constrained to pink.
Maybe it depends what ranges you buy from; mine tend to be Nike or Adidas but, as it happens, my one pink top is New Balance.
I often run very late, for the same kind of reasons as you Nell3 - Quite common for me to run in the evenings at 9.30 or so.
And next week I'll be in America with work... 'tummy troubles' (if you know what I mean), make it difficult to run early morning before my meetings; then in the evenings I'll have to go and eat with colleagues, meaning I can't get my run in early in the evening as I'd prefer... so I expect to be running at 10pm or later. My body clock will be all over the place!
Surely what makes some of these careers heroic is that, even though they have a pretty good idea of what they'll face, they still choose that career (in part) to make the lives of other people better.
And for a paramedic, say, faced with something like a large road accident with multiple severe injuries, to have the strength of character to get on and get the job done in circumstances many people might find too traumatic.