Named one of the fashion icons of the 1960s, alongside Twiggy and Pattie Boyd, Pat Booth was a British model-slash-photographer-slash-romance novelist. Although she had success in front of the camera, gracing the pages of magazines like Vogue, where she really flourished was behind the lens. The talented blonde had a lucrative career shooting the likes of David Bowie, Queen Elizabeth II and Bianca Jagger, while also foraying into the world of writing with best-selling novels like "Beverly Hills," "Malibu" and "Palm Beach."
This 1967 shot captures Booth in her modeling days, wearing a look we'd love to copy on any lazy summer afternoon. Her barely there white shirt dress is the definition of sexy and who can tear their eyes away from that volumious hair. Would you wear a dress this short or this sheer?
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Art by Raydene Salinas