A typical love story. The small town girl loved the idea of a big city. A city filled with arts and liberal thinking and culture and men. She moved herself across country. From the hot arid Southwest to the Ice Capital of the Mid-Atlantic States. Two items did not make the trip: 1] heavy winter coat, non-existent back home, and 2] satisfyingly thick blanket for comfortable sleeping (same reason).
With negative percentile body fat, her blanket had to be the best a department store within walking distance could offer. Wanamakers? Precise provenance is blurred in a haze of Philadelphia smog. But a thick attractive comforter was purchased. Durable, with excellent stitching, it probably cost a week’s salary.
Philadelphia is a cruel mistress. Some are taken to her bosom, nurtured, and blossom to fulfillment. Others, disillusioned, return home, leaving coats, boots, and blankets for other’s hopes and dreams. In time, the comforter was inherited and stored.
While I’ve never been a blanket guy, barely wanting even a sheet on cold nights, advancing age means thinning blood. The abandoned Laura Ashley comforter found new purpose. What a lifesaver it turned out to be this frigid April!
Whether enjoying your comforter trdelník-style or indulging full-court burrito, the vintage Laura Ashley makes every dreaming session a Top Hat affair.
Laura Ashley USA is headquartered in Fort Mill, SC. Revman International made my comforter decades ago for Laura Ashley. They continue to provide quality merchandise Laura Ashley customers want.
Vintage Laura Ashley Comforter 74″ x 86″ 5.7 pounds.