We are all born charming, fresh, and spontaneous and must be civilized before we are fit to participate in society, according to American etiquette maven Miss Manners. And this is just the book to remind us what civilization looks like!
When was the last time you enjoyed High Tea Sure, it sounds fancy and formal and something that requires more time and money that most folks have. Not true. Hie thee to the nearest bakery, pick up some scones and an assortment of biscuits. Buy some interesting teas most supermarkets carry a fine selection. Invite a few friends. Boil some water, brew up a pot, and wag your pinkies to your heart's content! This is just one of the many ways to bring some class back into a d'class kind of world.
Chicks with high-heeled manners mind their shopping p's and q's no cell phones while paying for an item; no wearing something, leaving the tags on, and returning it!
Learn a thing or two about finger food it's acceptable to eat asparagus with your fingers, if its al dente.
Email may be easy, but it's brought on an epidemic of shorthand rudeness! Bring some politeness back into your world with tips for writing real letters.
Sprinkled throughout with trivia and tips on etiquette from the time of yore to your time, plus quotes from high-mannered women of all ages, as well as quizzes that will test your manners and teach you to mind them.