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How to Dress, Act, and Speak Like a Lady

How to dress like a lady You can often tell a lady by the way that she dresses. She has great style but isn't superficial. Her style is often neat, simple, feminine and classic. She doesn't follow the latest fashion trends but will adopt a trend if it becomes well established. The style of her clothing is modest, the aim of her clothes is to cover her body in such a way that nothing is left on show that may be distracting.

She takes care not to expose too much of her cleavage or bottom and therefore avoids low cut tops and too short skirts. Her clothes fit her well, being neither too tight, so that you see every lump and bulge, or too big that they look frumpy.

A lady chooses good quality clothing as she knows that they will last her for many years. She is prepared to spend money on good quality clothes as she knows she will save both money and shopping time in the future. Take a look at the YouTube clips in the previous section on Iconic Ladies and you will see that their clothing is modest, feminine and classic.

Hairs styles A ladies hairstyle is usually feminine, and easy to look after. Ladylike styles include a classic bob or a shoulder length style that can be worn up in an up-do, in a ponytail or left loose around her shoulders. Sometimes a lady may choose to have longer hair but always ensures it is in tip top condition A lady pays particular attention to her hair, knowing that it can make or break her look.

It is no good wearing good quality clothes if your hair looks unkempt. She washes and conditions her hair regularly and maintains its good condition, with regular trips to the hair salon to keep it free from split ends. Take a look at the YouTube clips above on iconic ladies and you will notice that they all have fairly simple, yet feminine hairstyles. Grooming A lady pays attention to her grooming. She tries to be well groomed at all times. Basic good grooming is simple and doesn't take long - just a few minutes each morning.

Ladylike Accessories A lady wears feminine low-key and tasteful accessories such as the following: Earrings - small pearl or diamond stud earrings are neat and classy for daytime.

Dangling earrings look beautiful with an evening dress. Necklaces - The pearl necklace is a classic, but coloured beads are a nice alternative. Brooches -Use on blouses, knitwear, jackets and coats for an individual look. Scarves - A scarf is an easy way to smarten up an outfit and add a splash of colour.

Handbag - a good quality handbag in a classic, simple shape. Shoes A lady likes to wear feminine style shoes. These include feminine styles such as ballet pumps and high heel court shoes. In winter she may like a simple long boot with a heel, in summer some pretty summer wedges and for evening some strappy high sandals in a metallic leather.

How to speak and converse like a lady A lady enjoys meeting other people and talking with them. First and foremost, during a conversation, a lady never intends to say the wrong thing.

She never aims to embarrass anyone and would be mortified to think that she had upset or insulted someone. As a result, a lady is very careful about the subjects she discusses with others. She will avoid gossip and topics that are too personal, such as the persons age, relationship status, salary or whether a lady is pregnant or planning to become pregnant.

A lady knows how to begin a conversation, for example, by either asking the other person a question or by making an observation and asking the other person what they think. When attempting to meet new friends, a lady asks, 'What do you think?

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She gives the other person lots of opportunity to speak and has cultivated the art of being a good listener. If during the conversation, the lady receives a compliment, she will accept it gracefully, with a simple "thank-you".

As a Lady Would Say: Responses to Life's Important (and Sometimes Awkward) Situations

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Sheryl Shade Publisher: Gebundene Ausgabe Brand: Publication Date: Book Details Author:It not only offers suggestions for the correct thing to say in more than social situations, but it gives humorous examples of the wrong thing to say as well. Try to find a form of exercise that you enjoy. Tice, K. Whilst she enjoys the whole process of dating, a lady will not let a man pressurise her into sleeping with him before she is ready. Scarves - A scarf is an easy way to smarten up an outfit and add a splash of colour.

Firstly, it may sound obvious, but in order for a woman to become a lady, she needs to act like a lady and not like a man.