My dear ladies and esteemed gentlemen,
You are most welcome to Good Manners, an online dry goods shop based in Boston, Massachusetts.
Good Manners specializes in the sophisticated high styles of our cultural past, embedded with new design ideas. For distinguished women and men living in the 21st century while maintaining a classical sensibility and taste, we offer fine apparel and accessories that won't break the bank. Please, take a moment or three to peruse our American made shirts, artisan ties, lacy flowery dresses, Victorian waistcoats, vintage inspired handbags, and other wonderful products.
We are, yours truly, and we appreciate,
There was once a girl from
Melbourne, Australia who used to run and play deep in the forest. Inspired by
the Aborigines, little Miss Jennifer made her own paints with colored rocks she
found in the rivers and created art. Jennifer continued to create art after
arriving in America, and though society tried hard label her – painter, drawer,
designer, animator, creative director – she remained a dynamic spirit
fascinated with color and style and texture. Now a resident of the Jamaica
Plain neighborhood of Boston, Massachusetts, Jennifer is frequently stopped and
complimented on the color and style and texture that she has applied to her own
appearance, as Jennifer’s choice of fashion is merely another avenue of her artistic
love. As an Australian of the British Commonwealth, Jennifer has a special
fondness for British styles. Her many years in America have also spoken to
Jennifer’s heart, and resulted in her love for vintage-inspired American styles
as well. Overall, Jennifer appreciates lovely and charming garments that
well-mannered people with colorful spirits would wear.
Born and raised in Rochester, New
York, Andrew belongs to the American northeast.
Having pursued a course of study in philosophy and physics at the
university along the Genesee River, Andrew is a man of ideas and ideals. At
heart a writer and a dreamer, Andrew is committed to the rebirth of American
society, on the shoulders of American industry, in order to restore the glory
of our history, and to inspire new heroes with high ideals, strong principles,
and good manners. Alarmed at the dismantling of American textiles and
manufacturing, Andrew’s preference in garments strongly favors those produced
locally or domestically.