August. Warm evenings. Outdoor parties. Barbecues. And the time when nightbirds come into their own! It doesn't really matter what you wear. Anything goes. But Beatle girl Pattie Boyd shows you how you can be comfortably stunning. So come on...IT'S PARTY TIME!
RIGHT: The hipster pants are by Pentasport with fly front fastening and cost about £1 15s. The Prison bar shirt has contrasting pastel and white stripes and there's also a knockout black and white combination. By Feminella it costs £2 2s.
LEFT: Pale pink blouse in a washable crepe spun fabric. It has a puritan collar and raised squares on the bodice of contrast stitching. By Majestic of New York. It sells at £4 9s. 6d. The skirt is a deep plum colour, with an unpressed front pleat and angle pockets, is in a washable cotton corduroy and also sells at £4 9s. 6d. by Majestic again. RIGHT: Dress with a matching headscarf by Marlborough in navy and blue cotton with a small motif and a double frill at the hem. Price is around £5 5s. The dress is also available in a full-length version on a slightly paler background.It has an even more delicate design.
LEFT: Finely quilted skirt with matching headscarf. By Estrava, it is available in three different colour combinations and costs £8 8s. The pale blue yoked blouse is by Feminella and costs £2 2s. RIGHT: Light wool tartan skirt with a matching sleeveless bolero. Underneath, is a long sleeved shirt with deep cuffs and a rounded peter pan collar. The three piece costs about £8 8s.. By Slimma.
All images and original text scanned by Sweet Jane from RAVE Magazine Issue No. 7 August 1964