These lasses are on a bit of a budget, but if it’s volume of material that you’re after, there’s reams of stuff here. The blokes look pretty dapper, though.
Ah, Austen really loved her class wars. When Mr Dashwood dies, he leaves behind a wife and three daughters who are rendered destitute and penniless.
They rely on a kind relative, who takes them in and gives them shelter. But the Dashwood girls’ lack of status means they’re deemed undesirable for marriage; even when Elinor gains the affections of the affluent Mr Ferrars, his family force him to end the affair.
If They Changed Costumes:
The Dashwood girls really should learn to appreciate what they've got. Time spent in some threadbare
garments should humble them. Of course, that would make them even less suitable for the gentlemen whom they wish to attract...