Shelley in a spread for Woman's Day, May 1973
Shelley appeared in a spread for Woman's Day magazine in May of 1973 called "Yes! The Dress". It featured different dresses to wear from day to evening. One of the dresses Shelley modeled as a sleeveless number with a pleated skirt by Stanley Wylins for Oak Hall - which was perfect for running up steps, two at a time if needed. It came with a matching cardigan for those cold air-conditioned rooms. Black accessories and belt, a black purse and a matching turban polished her look. A matching hose and pumps tied everything up. Shelley looked every inch like the mid-70s sophisticate. And if I may add, the pic is so reminiscent of the Audrey Hepburn train station scene in Sabrina (1953).
a closeup of Shelley from the spread