The Aristocrat’s Role

“To be an aristocrat is to be completely fearless. Not reckless, not self-destructive. You must face what comes. Address things as they are. Live life as you find it and make it what you want.” “Know your place. Don’t pretend to be something you’re not, a ‘friend of the common man’. I’m not a friend … More The Aristocrat’s Role

Old Money vs. New Money – Making An Impression

Impressions are important to us as humans. We determine whether something or someone is desirable or dangerous to us. When we meet people, we sometimes quickly decide whether or not we’re going to have things in common, become friends, or part ways quickly. First impressions, as we all know, weigh heavily, but perhaps too heavily … More Old Money vs. New Money – Making An Impression

Old Money vs. New Money – The Clothes

I feel like it’s been awhile since we reinforced (for our loyal readers) and introduced (to our new readers) one of the basics of the Old Money lifestyle: the clothes. So let me cover some important points that will articulate the how-to aspect of dressing in Old Money style. More importantly, I’ll review the even … More Old Money vs. New Money – The Clothes

Old Money New Woman Spanish – Special Thanks

As you all probably know, the Spanish language version of Old Money, New Woman entitled Rica de Cuna, Mujer Nueva, was recently published. We’re delighted with it and happy to begin reaching a new audience. I wanted to express our sincere gratitude for the incredible work that our translator, Diana Casòliba. She went far beyond … More Old Money New Woman Spanish – Special Thanks

Trust Me, We’ll Have Funds

Maurice, one of our community’s longtime members, asked a question recently about the role of trust funds. Of course, the term is probably one of the first things most people think about when they hear the term ‘Old Money’, with a list running something like: preppy, trust fund, Volvo, Nantucket, gin and tonic, cardigan and … More Trust Me, We’ll Have Funds