How to Measure for a Hat
How To Wear A Mask (Or Not)
Say "What ho!" to Stiffy Byng. She's Bertie Wooster's best friend. Jeeves has asked her to demonstrate the various methods of wearing a mask.
Miss Stiffy Byng
Miss Byng apologizes for the state of her hair. Her maid was unavailable to assist.
Always correct. The mask is worn over the nose and under the chin, and the elastic straps are securely fastened around the ears.
When ties are worn instead they are securely fastened over and under the ears. Gentlemen should attach white ties for a formal dinner occasion.
The addition of a nose wire has been shown to be most effacacious in assisting in the avoidance of condensation on eyeglasses.
Just because all the young men are doing it does not excuse one from exposing one's nose. This method is most unhygienic.
No, it is not a sporty look.
As ilustrated, it most definitely will not protect one's hair while motoring.
While some people wear their bandit scarves in this manner in order to consume food or beverage, this method is not recommended.
It is better to remove one's mask entirely to avoid soiling it.
Please do not undertake to emulate the ways of the so-called Bright Young Things. That path will only lead to misery.
Young men at the Drones Club have been known to affect this method of mask-wearing whilst hurling bread rolls at a target.
It recommends nothing whatsover.
Jeeves conveys his most respectful thanks to Miss Byng for undertaking this task, particularly the more distataseful poses. Bertie says she's a brick.