Somehow, I passed all my courses (including Modern Physics and Partial Differential Equations) so I guess those sundresses weren't TOO much of a distraction. And let's face it, they made college life a little more enjoyable. I'm going to regress a bit here, but just like these models, girls back then seemed to be a more innocent and sweet (1). Sigh!, maybe I see the past through rose colored glasses, but still....
Karen, Kathy, and Colleen! Three of the "K Club" gang in one pic! I'm not sure these are "sundresses", but who cares? These gals are rockin' it!
Why not throw in a final pic of Colleen, Kay, and Wendy Hill for a final "sundress push". Kay has got some serious "gull wing" collars going on there. Not that I would have noticed that when I was younger, no probably not (okay, once again, I may be guilty again of BUI - Blogging Under the Influence - and revealed too much, gotta stop now!).
footnotes: (they're back after a few weeks off!)
(1) What I mean is that gals back then seemed to know how to be sexy without being overtly hyper-sexualized. Sundresses were one of their primary weapons, used to good effect often. Today, girls seem to confuse being sexy with trashy, in-your-face shock treatment. No, no, no, the old ways that women back then charmed young men were MUCH more effective. Don't you agree?