Do YOU want to seem more upper class? Elegance coach reveals the 10 rules every woman must follow to ‘elevate her life’ – including NEVER being desperate for male attention, avoiding drama and not using slang 

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An elegance coach who shared self-help videos on how to infiltrate high society and have good manners in a posh setting reveals the ten principles every classy woman should follow to ‘elevate her life’.

London-based Anna Bay has 1.02 million subscribers youtube, where she shows the audience how to live the ‘feminine lifestyle’ in hopes of attracting a prosperous partner.

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After marrying her wealthy husband during the lockdown, the School of Influence founder recently shared a video showing the rules of elegant women to be followed – Including never being desperate for a man’s attention.

Swedish-born Anna also suggested that beautiful women avoid any drama and not ‘use swearing or abuse’.

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Here, FEMAIL reveals ten principles for any classy woman to follow, according to Anna…

never be desperate for meditation

Anna Bey (pictured), who lives in London, has 1.02 million subscribers on YouTube, where she shows viewers how to live the ‘feminine lifestyle’ in hopes of attracting an affluent partner.

The Elegance Coach said: ‘Elegant women do not despair. Not only are we not desperate for men – we don’t run after men, that’s the golden rule if you’re a pretty woman – but we’re also not desperate for guys in general, which means acquaintances, friendships, etc. .

‘We set boundaries and we understand our own worth. So we don’t settle for less, and we know how we should be treated. We demand respect because after all we respect others so that in return at least people respect us.

always be polite and respectful

‘We respect others too,’ said Anna. ‘That’s why we do so much with courtesy and courtesy. The reason why this is so important is because good manners and manners reflect class.

‘It doesn’t show your wealth at all because class is not an equal level of wealth, unfortunately not all wealthy people have class.

‘Class is something that has to do with respect, again, how you treat others, how you treat yourself, how kind you are, how humble you are, etc.’

After marrying her wealthy husband during the lockdown, the School of Influence's founder (pictured) recently shared a video explaining the rules to be followed by elegant women - including never having a man's attention. Including not being desperate.

After marrying her wealthy husband during the lockdown, the School of Influence’s founder (pictured) recently shared a video explaining the rules to be followed by elegant women – including never having a man’s attention. Including not being desperate.

avoid any drama

The Elegance coach insists: ‘Elegant women don’t make any drama. Women who are in constant fights, have problems with people, women who seem to be fighting with someone or the other every day – this is not a sign of class.

‘It signals that you’re a drama queen, that you’re probably insecure and that you have all kinds of problems going on.

‘But beautiful ladies, they don’t pretend. That doesn’t mean you can never have an argument or you can never feel upset or anything like that, but beautiful women choose their battles.

never be obsessed with the finer things in life

The Elegance Coach said: ‘Elegance women enjoy the finer things in life, but they never become obsessed, and they never really let it control their lives.

‘For us the finer things in life have nothing to do with being obsessed with materialistic things. We never let it dominate our lives, we never let it define our identity, and we never let it define our personal worth.’

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Anna concluded, ‘Stay away from dramas and dramatic ones as well as repetition.

don’t be jealous and spiteful

“Elegant women don’t get jealous,” said Anna. ‘Jealousy is of two kinds, one is very innocent, positive.’

The coach further explains that this type of jealousy leads you to look up to someone who is doing better than you, and feel happy for them, but also to ‘work harder and do better’ .

‘Then you have the malicious envious,’ said Anna. ‘He who will see his friend with that Ferrari, and talk behind this friend’s back’ [about it].

‘Elegant women, they’re really happy to have each other, they never really feel jealous. If they feel any kind of uncomfortable feelings, they really start to question themselves.

“Why I feel this way, it has nothing to do with me, it has nothing to do with the person.” Beautiful women, they feel inspired by the success of others, because they know that, even more is possible.’

Avoid slurs or slurs and communicate clearly

‘Elegant women communicate clearly,’ Anna insisted. ‘… which means we stop swearing, we stop using slang, we refine our vocabulary, we understand what topics are appropriate to talk about, and so on.

‘Cause do you know what happens when you don’t communicate clearly with people? Dramas, fights, issues, problems etc.

‘And what happens when you start to communicate clearly is that you end up making yourself heard, making others feel heard, in a non-judgmental way, listening to other people with compassion and in conclusion. Don’t go.’

Swedish-born Anna (pictured) also suggested that elegant women avoid any drama and 'do not swear or swear words'

Swedish-born Anna (pictured) also suggested that elegant women avoid any drama and ‘do not swear or swear words’

never judge people

Elegance Coach explained, ‘If we are able to celebrate our own uniqueness, then we must certainly celebrate other people’s uniqueness and differences.

‘Elegant women never look down on different people. First and foremost, there is nothing that signifies class and elegance more than being open-minded and non-judgmental.

‘I don’t like when women use elegance to make them feel superior to others. I think it’s not elegant behavior, it indicates a low class, and it’s something I don’t support.

‘I think it’s important that we have people who are different from us in our own networks, in our social circles.’

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