The combination of qualities expected of an ideal knight (man toward woman), especially courage, honor, courteous behavior, justice, and a readiness to help
When it comes to relationships and dating, chivalry has sometimes went away or been improvised with the changes in social norms.
Chivalry has evolved and it is reasonable to understand that common courtesy and respect never go out of style. While many of today’s men have lost sight of these simple acts, or perhaps never learned them in the first place – the gentleman who holds himself to higher standards will always work to keep them alive. Plus they cost nothing to implement. Stay consistent.
Call, don’t text a date invitation
Just the fact that you would take the time to actually call a woman to ask her out on a date gives you extra points. Plus, you’ll be able to tell how excited or enthusiastic she is (or isn’t) about accepting your offer by actually hearing her voice. Lastly, this helps with coordination so it goes smoothly.
Pick her up for the date.
Rather than suggesting a meeting place, always offer to pick her up from wherever she may be. It doesn’t matter if it’s extra driving than just going straight to the destination, these are the times when the extra effort matters. If you don’t know each other very well and she politely declines because she is more comfortable meeting at your destination, of course you should graciously accept the alternative suggestion – the important part is that you offered in the first place.
Open the door for her
The door to the restaurant, the car door, the door to the car picking you up. Whatever door is relevant to you both walking through, please do not lose sight of this simple but often overlooked act of kindness.
Walk on the street side of the sidewalk
The purpose of is to show your willingness to be splashed instead of your lady should a passing car splash through a puddle. Furthermore, in some countries people would throw trash out of windows, and the person walking closer to the building, was less likely to be hit. While the origins, again, are from a time not like today – the idea is the same: Protection. It’s an effortless way to show her that you care.
Walking her to her door
At the end of your date, especially early on in the relationship, walk her safely to her door. This is especially important if she lives in a city. It shows you’re willing to put effort into protecting her and makes her feel safe – two important aspects of building her trust and comfort. Alternative if you didn't take her home.. Send a little message to make sure she got in alright.