Vintage Inspired Jacket | Lambeth

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Size Guide
Revival Retro size guide
UK size USA EU Brand
6 4 32 6 32 25.5 36
8 6 36 8 34 27.5 38
10 8 38 10 36 29.5 40
12 10 40 12 38 31.5 42
14 12 42 14 40 33.5 44
16 14 44 16 42 35.5 46
18 16 46 18 44 37.5 48
20 18 48 20 46 39.5 50
22 20 50 22 48 41.5 52
24 22 52 24 50 43.5 54
26 24 54 26 52 45.5 56
28 26 56 28 54 47.5 58
30 28 58 30 55 49.5 60

This size chart provides a guideline of the body measurements that our sizes are created for.

For garment measurements check 'size and fit' advice in product listing



  • This vintage inspired jacket features a stylised oversized collar, nipped in waist and slightly flared peplum that gives rise to an appearance of an hourglass figure
  • The back has an inverted pleat to allow for more movement when wearing it as we want our clothes to be beautiful and practical so you can invest with confidence
  • Always retrospective rather than fashion forward, Revival Retro owner and head designer Rowena has drawn upon the female silhouettes of the 1940s and 1950s to create high quality jackets with a touch of vintage inspiration for the modern figure.
  • More room in the bust and hip than you tend to find on the high street
  • Made from a good quality soft Italian wool mix fabric with subtle herringbone weave that adds depth and texture to create interest and allure
  • We also offers a choice of bottoms to pair your jacket with to make a women's suit. In fact there is a whole mix and match capsule wardrobe that you could shop here.
  • Proudly manufactured in London


  • The following measurements have been taken by laying the jacket flat, pulling it taught and then doubling that measurement:
UK 6: 33” bust, 28” waist
UK 8: 35” bust, 30” waist
UK 10: 37” bust, 31.5” waist
UK 12: 39” bust, 33” waist
UK 14: 41” bust, 35” waist
UK 16: 43” bust, 37” waist
UK 18 - 45” bust, 39” waist

    Material & Provenance

    Outer: 50% wool, 30% polyester, 20% cotton. Lining: 100% polyester


    The Lambeth Jacket

    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.

    We source this cloth from a mill in Italy. We choose a blend rather than a pure wool for our mix and match separates because it means these everyday wear items can be machine washed rather than dry cleaned.

    Our research has shown most of the mills in the UK specialise in wool that can only be spot cleaned or dry cleaned, so we might source this for a jacket but don’t generally use pure wools for trousers, skirts, culottes etc.

    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.

    Our wool mix is woven to order and freighted by road to London where we make the garments. 

    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 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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