We're busy women. Our customers are often busy and important women too. Yes, we love to dress up and look fabulous but if you're travelling or have early meetings, you can't spend hours getting ready.
So maybe it's time you stepped inside our capsule wardrobe...
Rowena has been very busy curating the latest pieces for our own range and as usual, has made elegant tailoring and high-quality materials the top priority. All of our woollen separates have been designed in-house and made in London from a gorgeous charcoal herringbone fabric woven in Italy. And they're machine washable!
There are two new figure flattering jackets to choose from:
This vintage inspired jacked flaunts an oversized collar and nipped in waist, which creates a flattering hourglass shape that can still support bustier ladies. The slightly flared peplum adds to the fantastic silhouette.
Here we see influences of feminine tailoring from the '40s and '50s but for modern women. This form flattering jacket has an extra button detail on the back and once again, has been made with bigger boobs in mind!
So you have two jackets but what do you wear on the bottom? Well, we have FOUR options for you to choose from. No matter your shape, size or mood, we're sure there's something you'll love.
The Holborn Trousers
High-waisted, wide-legged trousers to give your day that 1940s kick.
The Curvy Pencil Skirt
Super sophisticated and teams up nicely with our jackets to complete your stunning silhouette.
The Handy Pocket Skirt
A staff favourite. Not only a flattering shape but super practical.
The A-line Culottes
Want to mix up your work wear a bit more? They're a popular choice among customers and once more for those in the back, they have pockets!
Of course we can't have you going out in the world with nothing on underneath! Add a pop of colour with our new Liberty print blouses. Stylish, vibrant and 100% cotton, you'll look and feel fresh all day.
We hope you have fun playing in our new capsule wardrobe. Why not tag us on Instagram to show us how you're wearing Revival Retro's own range?