Hourglass Shirt

£69 Sale

Size Guide
Revival Retro size guide
UK size USA EU Brand
size
Bust
(inches)
Waist
(inches)
Hips
(inches)
8 6 36 8 34 28 38
10 8 38 10 36 30 40
12 10 40 12 38 32 42
14 12 42 14 40 34 44
16 14 44 16 42 36 46
18 16 46 18 44 38 48

These measurements are approximate. Please check the item's description for any additional information on size and fit.

Colour
Size

Description

  • This short sleeved fitted shirt is specifically designed for curvy women with a bigger bust and smaller waist. No gaping on the bust.
  • Our Fitzroy dress has been such a hit and loved by women with bigger boobs, that customers started asking if we could make it into a shirt. So we did!
  • The nipped in waist looks gorgeous teamed with both trousers and skirts
  • Featuring a classic v-neck and wide open collar for a flattering neckline.
  • The short sleeve is a comfortable length and gives plenty of room for larger biceps.
  • The soft tencel fabric is a delight on the skin and all the gorgeous pleats sit beautifully. We have carried the pleating to the back of the shirt to give you a feminine shape all the way around.
  • Machine washable.
  • Made in Britain

SIZE & FIT

  • The most important measurement on this is the waist as this is the smallest point.
  • Measured across the front of the shirt at the waist line:
  • UK 8- 33cm
  • UK 10-34cm
  • UK 12- 38cm
  • UK 14- 40cm
  • UK 16- 42cm

Material & Provenance

100% tencel
Provenance

Provenance

The Hourglass Shirt

Revival Retro carefully considers our fabric selection. Not only must the fabric be appropriate for the garment and desirable by our customers, we also consider impact on the environment, where and how it is made.

Wherever we are able to use our buying power we do, but large parts of the fashion industry still operate business models based on high volume and as a small business making limited production, fabric companies often turn us away as we are not buying thousands of metres. We are always looking for friendly and ethical fabric suppliers with whom we can work, otherwise we turn to stock fabrics companies. The latter does mean we have less transparency about the fabrics we buy. The situation isn't the perfect sustainable credentials we are working towards but we keep looking for new partners to work with.

We believe clothing should last and part of enjoying wearing something time and again means the ability to machine wash plays an important part in facilitating that.

In 2020 we discovered a marvellous little business in the Cotswolds that is trying to revive the art of British button making and using sustainable materials to create new buttons using traditional techniques. Now we’ve found them we are in the process of changing over all our garments to source from this company in future.

 Our own range is Made in Britain, in fact it was made locally in London. We have a great relationship with our factories and are regularly in and out so we get to know who made our clothes.

At the heart of any business is it’s people and Team Revival care and are involved in the design and decision making over every garment we produce. 

Read more about Revival Retro's considered approach to buying here





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