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Etiquette in Everyday Life (1920s). London: W. Foulsham & Co., Ltd. First edition. Manners in Society: >If you visit, leave your coat and umbrella in the hall. >Do not shake a ladies hand first, let her do it. >Do not stare at people or things in the room. >Do not talk about the weather, talk about music, art, literature, sport. >Cross a room to open a door for a lady.

Etiquette in Everyday Life (1920s). London: W. Foulsham & Co., Ltd. First edition. Manners in Society: >If you visit, leave your coat and umbrella in the hall. >Do not shake a ladies hand first, let her do it. >Do not stare at people or things in the room. >Do not talk about the weather, talk about music, art, literature, sport. >Cross a room to open a door for a lady.

c1900 Twentieth Century Etiquette Book Annie Randall White Bride Toilet Health Manners Dress Fashion Courting Marriage Wedding Costume Palmistry Language of Flowers Color Plates Many Illustrations

c1900 Twentieth Century Etiquette Book Annie Randall White Bride Toilet Health Manners Dress Fashion Courting Marriage Wedding Costume Palmistry Language of Flowers Color Plates Many Illustrations

smart phone etiquette. and such a cute way to present it! i would like to make copies of this and plaster it everywhere! everyone could use a little reminder.

Smart Phones, Dumb Users…

smart phone etiquette. and such a cute way to present it! i would like to make copies of this and plaster it everywhere! everyone could use a little reminder.

Great website with "To Be a Lady" quotes.  Don't agree with all, but I like the concept.

Great website with "To Be a Lady" quotes. Don't agree with all, but I like the concept.

From: http://www.blacktieguide.com/History/07-Jazz_Age.htm The rules for corresponding accessories also remained the same at first.  One notable exception was the renewed allowance for the white waistcoat to be worn with a dinner jacket.  This popular practice of the early years, combined with a corresponding preference for peaked lapels instead of shawl collars, was seen by period authorities as an attempt to impart the formality of the full-dress outfit onto its replacement.

From: http://www.blacktieguide.com/History/07-Jazz_Age.htm The rules for corresponding accessories also remained the same at first. One notable exception was the renewed allowance for the white waistcoat to be worn with a dinner jacket. This popular practice of the early years, combined with a corresponding preference for peaked lapels instead of shawl collars, was seen by period authorities as an attempt to impart the formality of the full-dress outfit onto its replacement.

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By the 1920s with much shorter hairstyles  Vintage Fashion   men s hairstyles | hairstyles

By the 1920s with much shorter hairstyles Vintage Fashion men s hairstyles | hairstyles

1920s apricot velvet cape with pleated chiffon trim and a large bow at the back of the neck accentuated with a cluster of hand-made silk flowers. A similar cluster of hand-made silk flowers appears at the front of the cape just above the pleated chiffon trim.

1920s apricot velvet cape with pleated chiffon trim and a large bow at the back of the neck accentuated with a cluster of hand-made silk flowers. A similar cluster of hand-made silk flowers appears at the front of the cape just above the pleated chiffon trim.

♥ Always look respectable- you never know who you'll run into!

♥ Always look respectable- you never know who you'll run into!

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