“The attributes of a great lady may still be found in the rule of the four S’s: Sincerity, Simplicity, Sympathy, and Serenity.”
Before you can convince people you’re attractive, you have to believe it yourself.
A lady never kisses and tells.
Always say “please” and “thank you“. Civility never goes out of style.
Only wear heels if you know how to walk in them.
Enjoy the fact that you are a woman and men will enjoy it, too.
Never show too much leg or too much cleavage at the same time.
Don’t act stupid when you’re not.
Never, ever make a sex tape.
Let people know that you think they’re wonderful.
Avoid false compliments.
Remember birthdays and send thank you notes.
Underwear is not a misnomer. Exposed thongs are not glamorous.
Be nice to your server; not because it’s nice, but because we’re human beings.
When in doubt, dress up.
Carry yourself with confidence. It’s sexier than any low-cut dress.
If you make a mistake, acknowledge it and apologise.
Drink responsibly. There’s nothing adorable in being sick or comatose.
Be on time. Nobody likes waiting or being interrupted.
Tuck in your chair when you get up to leave.
It’s not always what you say. It’s also how you say it.
Beauty is not just visual; it employs all of the senses.
Don’t laugh at another’s mistake. A lady knows no one is perfect.
Your make up does not have to look natural, but make sure it looks clean.
Don’t chase perfection. Embrace your vices – they humanise you.
Only share negative opinions if you are asked for them first.
A lady is always well read and well informed. Knowledge is power.
No open-mouthed kissing in public. No one wants to see that.
Wear perfume. (But not too much as to stink up the room you are in.)
A lady never takes pleasure in the misfortunes of others.
Don’t take out your bad mood on others. No one should be punished for being your in company.
You can toy with a man, but never with his emotions. Hearts are fragile things.
A lady know the power of the Little Black Dress.
A lady of class is rich; not in wealth but in culture.
Realise that happiness is a choice; it’s your life and it’s up to you if it’s a happy one.
Tracksuits and sneakers belong at the gym.
Dress the part: You don’t have to wear a suit or dress but a lady always wears clean, coordinated clothing.
Being a lady is about being kind. It is true elegance.
Practice martyr-free modesty: In everything she does, a lady will acknowledge those who helped her before she takes any credit for herself.
A lady will not flaunt herself, her valuables, or her accomplishments
A lady is not self-absorbed.
Never lose your cool: Don’t let people get under your skin, no matter how much they try.
If you have nothing good to say then don’t say anything at all – take that to heart!
Be well mannered.
You will and should be judged by your friends, choose them wisely.
Actions speak louder than words.
Never say that you’re leaving for the bathroom. Simply excuse yourself.
Don’t complain about things you can’t change – like waiting in line or the weather.
Don’t engage in prolonged public displays of affection.
Never talk on your phone when in a restaurant or at the movies.
Don’t tell sexist or racist jokes.
Do not interrupt people speaking to you.
Never ask if you look fat.
It is imperative that you develop good posture, which isn’t too hard to achieve.
Listen more than you speak.
Hear others out before assuming your way of doing things is the superior way
Don’t burp or fart out loud, in front of people.
If you say you will do something, follow up on it.
Don’t be a drama queen. It’s unpleasant for those around you.
Don’t use fake tears to win something.
Don’t talk with your mouth full.
Don’t eat with your hands.
Be a tidy person, organized and systematic.
Don’t leave mess where you go.
Don’t bite your nails.
Don’t talk too loud.
Don’t mix and match patterns from head to toe. (no more than 2)
Know what type of clothes flatter you and wear them. Don’t wear something just because you like it, even if it makes you look fat or disproportioned.
Look people in the eyes.
Don’t eat your roll like an apple. The courteous way to dine on bread is to tear off a bite-size piece and pop it in your mouth.
Too much silver or golden fabric, glitter or all these combined is something that should really disappear. On some occasions they can definitely be taken into consideration, but not when going to do the groceries.
Don’t buy smaller clothes hoping that in time they will be just right. Choose what fits you!
Don’t make a tragedy out of everything.
Don’t shout on the street, laugh noisily and when you have to talk on the phone leave the group for a few moments.
In order to create a good image of yourself, try not to show all your feelings. When succeeding, show a moderate joy even if it’s the greatest thing ever.
When you feel envious (it happens) try not to show it.
Don’t give satisfaction to others and don’t be rude.
Don’t promote yourself aggressively, by handling the things the right way you will definitely attract the attention you deserve!
Keep your legs together when you get into or out of a car.
Don’t groom in public, in the car or at the table in a restaurant.
If you’ve chosen to dye your hair, don’t let it get to the stage where we see more of your roots than the actual hair colour.
Don’t sit with your legs wide apart in a skirt – it looks kinda slobby and not so ladylike.
A lady is always modern, timeless and positive.
A lady knows her company will be desired because of her good sense of humor.
Exercise and stay fit ! A lady isn’t overweighted.
A lady knows that her smile is her best accessory.
Always classy, never trashy.
A true lady doesn’t start fights.
Be refined, polite and well-spoken.
Don’t ever forget your value, don’t underestimate yourself.
Never let a man define you. Be amazing on your own!
True beauty comes from within.
A lady knows her limits no matter what.
A lady holds her head high, but never her nose.
Be the woman a man needs, not the woman that needs a man.
“Being a woman doesn’t necessarily make you a lady.”