If you’re a guy, this one is for you. Some of these may seem obvious, but they are good reminders. After all, being a gentleman never goes out of style.
Dress well. You don’t have to wear a suit everyday but wear flattering clothing and look presentable.
Keep your hair, and facial hair clean cut. Don’t go overboard on hair products, you don’t want to look as though you haven’t showered in weeks.
Clean up after yourself. If you have company over, make sure your place is tidy and neat.
You only get one first impression, so make it a positive one.
Smell good. I personally love when guys smell nice, and I’m not the only one! Wear deodorant and invest in some cologne.
Have fresh breath. Guys, I’m sure you can agree that this is important.
Manicured nails. If you’re going to hold our hands, please make sure you don’t have dirt under your fingernails.
AVOID OFFENSIVE ACTIONS
Keep your language clean. Swearing is not as cool as you think.
Absolutely no farting (I hate to even say the word!), burping or any discussion of it.
Chew with your mouth closed.
Open doors. Including the car door—I literally get butterflies when guys do this.
Give up your coat when it’s cold.
When eating out let her order first, and take the first bite.
Walk on the side closest to traffic when you're with her so she feels safe.
Offer to pay for her. You don’t have to take her to a fancy restaurant, but treating her to coffee or ice cream is a kind gesture. If she says no that's fine, just show her that you're willing to cover it.
Treat waiters and servers with respect. How you treat others says a lot about you.
Be clear about your intentions. If you like a girl tell her; on the other hand, if you don’t want a relationship be up front right away. Never lead a girl on.
Ask a girl on a date. Don’t say “do you want to hangout.” Literally make a plan (with a set time and day) and ask her out. It can be as simple as a walk.
Keep your commitments. No one likes getting their hopes up, or a flaky person.
Don’t talk about yourself too much. Keep the focus on others.
Being humble is better than being cocky. No one wants to hear about how great you think you are, let her figure that out for herself.
Show her that chivalry isn’t dead!