Fashion feature from UK Woman’s Own magazine, December 18, 1965 issue:
SWINGING PARTY-TIME FASHIONS (at London’s Scotch of St. James Club)
It’s here! The time for parties - smart, casual, simply elegant or even just plain fun. Think of the occasion and pick something sensational to wear. Like these glittering pop styles, after-six sophisticates, simple lines for home entertaining or pretty, casual styles for office parties. - Suzanne Grey
From left to right: pop star Susan Maughan in a gold lamé dress with gored skirt, V-neck. By Simon Massey, 9 gns. Also in silver.
Model girl Pattie Boyd chooses smooth black crepe with spotted bow and matching flutes on hem - perfect on a blonde! By Marlborough, £6 19s. 6d. Black only. Sizes 10-16.
TV commère Anne Nightingale (behind Pattie) wears an ankle-length black wool dress with white collar and hem. By Miss Novell, £5 19s. 6d. Sizes 10-16.
Top Of The Pops Samantha Juste picks a pink chiffon flamenco dress, dotted in white. By Shubette, 7½ gns. Other colours: black and banana.
Singer Julie Grant chooses a turquoise felt shift, studded with enormous purple circles. By Lee Cecil, 99s. 6d. Also in black/pink.
In the background and making up a really fun party at the Scotch club in St. James’s, the 'Hollies' and new group, Adam, Mike and Tim. Hollies’ Allan Clarke upper left.
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SOURCE of scan is the Pattie Boyd’s Sixties Style group at Yahoo!