In today's world, the art of class has all but vanished, despite the fact that it is still a quality we all appreciate and respect. Being a classy gentlemen entails being intellectual, courteous, and well-spoken. Making tiny modifications to your appearance and behaviour can help you to be more sophisticated.
Here's how to be a gentleman in style.
What you should do:
- Be courteous. Take real interest in others around you and consider their needs.
- Always be nice. Hold doors open for people, pull chairs out for women when they sit, and do all the things you've seen classy guys do in old movies.
- Be self-assured and at ease with yourself.
- Maintain a clean environment. Grooming is necessary for success in class. Your fingernails and hair should be short and tidy. Your skin and clothing should be clean and odourless.
- Be considerate. Before you talk or act, consider your options. For gentlemen, forethought is a noble attribute.
- Be humble. Based on what you do, everyone will know who and what you are. Classy gentlemen aren't arrogant or cocky.
- Maintain a decent posture. Straighten your legs and sit up straight. Use your body language to communicate your excellent qualities.
- Put on the appropriate attire. Dress appropriately for the occasion. Your attire should be nice and trendy, but not overpowering. Remember that coats can be worn for occasions other than weddings.
- Keep your promises and keep your word. Although deeds speak louder than words, a classy gentleman's words are equally vital.
What you mustn't do:
- Don't be obnoxious. Maintain a low-key tone in your voice and throughout your character.
- Wear outfits that aren't too flashy.
- Except for a wedding band and a wristwatch, don't wear any jewellery.
- Wearing powerful colognes is not a good idea.
- Don't call attention to yourself; your impeccable manners will garner all of the attention you require.
- Don't be conceited. This goes hand in hand with modesty. It's important to stress this point twice.
- Please don't spit. This should be self-evident. It's not just unsanitary, but it's also unpleasant.
- Don't make fun of other people's blunders or insult them.