It doesn’t take much for me, clearly.
Extending my pinky whilst holding a wine glass.
I prefer to feel “classy” rather than “sophisticated” but given they are similar feelings then here are the things that make me feel that:
- Enjoying a can of San Pelligrino Limonata
- Chomping down a Ferrero Rocher
- Owning “guest towels”
Getting lunch from pret a manger
Wearing a shirt
Drinking short coffees
My new John Lewis underpants, which have contrast-coloured elastic on the inside of the waistband.
Stroking one out to some Elgar.
Nuts reader with classical record collection.
ordering a scotch with a single ice cube in it
I’m pretty sure this is not that sophisticated really, but goddammit feels sophisticated
Do you mean a shirt with a collar or are you suggesting that just not going semi-naked from is a mark of sophistication?
Eating a square of a posh block of chocolate instead of having a Boost.
When I’m at a restaurant where the menu has no pictures. I usually dress smart and wear a black polo neck with a thin gold chain and put on my onyx ring bought from Argos.
there’s a shop in Ely called ‘UClassy’. You should go there. It has a v. good range of Cath Kidston
If you have to ask, you probably aren’t.
Reading Russian literature
When I’ve cleaned my room and there’s no boxers or socks on the floor
when i was up visiting my granny at christmas she told me she had bought some “fancy” coffee
was nescafe gold blend.