Time for a little flirtation. Dress by Ossie Clark for Radley.
Possibly one of my favourite, most lush photoshoots of the period by the legendary photographer (and filmmaker) Just Jaeckin. Scanned from Cosmopolitan, February 1974. That Ossie dress? I am largely speechless with desire… except for occasional gurgling sounds.
Lunch can be the nicest meal of the day... Dress and jacket by Daniel Hechter. Hat by Edward Mann. Russell & Bromley shoes. Photographed at Drones, 1 Pont Street, London SW1.
Be a liberated lady. Slip by Kayser.
Staying at home can be more fun that going out. Top and skirt from Laura Ashley. Man’s clothes all from Simpson’s, Piccadilly.
The lady loves to dance. Dress by Bernshaw, shoes by Russell & Bromley. Photographed at Bertie’s, 86 Brompton Road, London SW3.
Crepe dress by Simon Ellis, £8 15s
Photographs by Caroline Arber. Vogue, June 1970.
I wish summer would come. I wish my entire wardrobe consisted of these clothes. I wish every day could be a Caroline Arber kind of day…
Blouse by John Craig, £3 16s. Skirt by Pierre Elegante, £7.
Poppy red moss crepe dress with print by Celia Birtwell, by Ossie Clark for Radley, 11 gns at Quorum.
Dress by Gill Hutchings for Fair Lady, £4.
Blue-grey voile midi dress by Sujon, 7gns.
Rose and green jersey midi dress from Bus Stop, £6 15s
Bird’s egg blue and white spotted shirt and striped trousers at Pierre Elegante. Hat by Edward Mann.
Photographed by Elisabeth Novick, from Vogue, April 1973.
If I could spend most of my springtime dressed like this, I would be happy. Sadly, I am currently living in thick black tights and long sleeves while the entire country shivers its way into May.
Dungarees by Leslie Poole at Annacat. Hat from Liberty.
Left: Top by Alan Rodin, trousers by Ian Batten for Stirling Cooper. Umbrella from Biba — Right: Top by Karl Lagerfeld for Timwear, trousers same as left. Turban from Buckle Under.