I rarely find anything to critique Jacqueline Kennedy's fashion choices .. However, to me this picture seems to show a family that is not entirely in sync. Here it is Easter 1963, Catholic Mass. Mrs Kennedy and the children are all dressed in varying forms of light weight, casual clothes that show lots of bare arms and legs. Then you have the President who is wearing a full, dark suit. It's interesting that wearing a sleeveless dress and a very short dress for Caroline was deemed appropriate for coming into Jesus Christ's Presence in the Eucharist on Easter Sunday. Would Mrs Kennedy and children been dressed the same for a meeting with royalty from another country? They were of course a lovely family and I have always admired Jackie. But this is a point that I think is worth mentioning. It shows that casual dress was already making inroads in the U.S. well before the cultural revolution exploded.