Shelley modeled classic warm weather fashions for the Liberty House catalog in 1976. Liberty House was a chain of department stores and specialty stores that had its roots in Hawaii and had expanded into the U.S. mainland. In one spread, she wore a classic blazer, vest, blouse and skirt ensemble by Evan-Picone, a fashion label founded by Charles Evans and Joseph Picone. The label became known for ladies sportswear; but in the 1970s, it became known for dressing career women. And Shelley looked ready for any boardroom in her outfit.