Sunday, July 31, 2016

Complete 5-Day Wardrobe

Shelley in a spread for Harper's Bazaar, Aug 1977
for more go to:
$130 Wardrobe

Shelley was one of the highest-paid models in the 1970s. She started out as a part-time teen model in the 1960s, then went full-time in the '70s when she graduated from college. By 1976, she jumped to Supermodel status when she landed an exclusive contract with Revlon to endorse their Charlie line. She appeared on the cover and pages of numerous major publications including Vogue and Harper's Bazaar.

Shelley in a spread for Harper's Bazaar, Aug 1977
for more go to:
$130 Wardrobe part 2
http://shelleyhack.blogspot.com/2013/11/130-wardrobe-part-2.html
and:
$130 Wardrobe part 3
http://shelleyhack.blogspot.com/2013/12/130-wardrobe-part-3.html

In August 1977, she appeared on the pages of Harper's Bazaar. In the spread called "Your Complete 5-Day Wardrobe for Under $130", she modeled five basic fashion pieces a woman could mix and match into 5 different looks. They were: a shirt, a tunic, a pair of jeans, a skirt and a sweater. Also included were ten Go-With-Everything accessories that could be added as finishing touches. They were: a natural leather bag, aviator sunglasses, a gold watch, a pair of boots, a wine leather shoulder bag, a woven belt, a shoulder pouch, a pair of kiltie shoes, a shawl and bangles. Readers were shown how to mix and match all the pieces and look fabulous from Monday to Friday. And who better to show them than Supermodel Shelley herself.

closeups of Shelley from the Aug 1977 Harper's Bazaar spread