I have a friend who says that you find your clothing style in college and never really change it. I'm glad to say that while I was once a fan of jean jackets and stirrup pants they have not reappeared in my wardrobe since graduation. Oh, also no denim mini-skirts, though I did have a doozy back in the day.
But I did love chintz, need chintz, surround myself with chintz and that has never changed. In or out, thumbs up or down, I always seem to have a little (or a lot) hanging around.
Painted walls, chipped furniture, hand-dotted brackets and needlepoint, needlepoint, needlepoint. I love every page. Haslam's own words make it a treasure.
You can find Folly de Grandeur here.
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