As the world moves forward, there are still certain things that might remain true to tradition. Being well-behaved is one of them. So many books have been written about good etiquette and being a good host. From being a good company, well- versed, and knowing your forks and knifes, we are sure this article of our own very best tips will help you polish your skills.
All aspects of daily life are subject to refining if one wants to pass muster as a true gentleman or lady. But it’s never too late. While class may not be for sale, good manners can be taught. And learned. Those who keep the 16th Century manners manual by Monsignor Della Casa on their bedside table – even they should never let their guard down.
When inviting guests for supper, gentlemen and gentlewomen always act naturally mighty. Time to add some more expertise under your sleeve.