Marrying into wealth—and improving the family gene pool in the process—is not as easy as it appears.
One must have finesse, tact, and that all-important insider knowledge.
Who better to guide you than Persuasion’s Sir Walter Elliot? He graciously shares advice with My Dear Vulgarian Miss in his column at Jane Started It!
Come and sit at the feet of the one who was Born to be Seen.
Here are the topics Sir Walter has covered:
• Self Assurance
• Church Attendance
• Humble Brag
• Author Bother
• The Fortune Hunter
• Jane Quotage (to celebrate JASNA)
• Gym Dropping
• Sir Walter, NaNoWriMo Plot Doctor
• The Fauxpology
• Buffet Momentum?
• Holiday Houseguesting
• The Manolescent
• Glamour Gowns
• Nerd Flirtation
• William Elliot on Managing the Marriage of Convenience
• Post-Valentine Damage Control
• Riding to Hounds?
• Birthday Mine
• Useful Irish Wit
• Spring Fever
• Beached Whale?
• Haters Gonna Hate
• But is he Mr Right?
• His Mumsie Dearest
• Your Mirror, Your Friend
• Bridesmaids, meet the Medical Spa (May 23)
“Some people like my advice so much that they frame it upon the wall instead of using it.”
Gordon R. Dickson (1923-2001)
“Advice is seldom welcome, and those who need it the most, like it the least.”
“Today I will gladly share my experience and advice, for there are no sweeter words than ‘I told you so.’”
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