Package your item(s) along with the. In appropriate and adequate packaging. Established in 2003 we live and breathe our unique fashion business Revival Vintage. We are a husband and wife team but what we lack in size we make up for in quality and customer care. We carefully handpick all you see but still manage to keep our prices affordable.For absolute authenticity, we sell true vintage plus quality timeless retro pieces to compliment them. We have developed a small range of own-label garments. These include men's vintage-inspired shirts and trousers plus women's replica vintage dresses. Revival promotes the celebration of the very best of the old and new without being influenced by gimmicky overnight trends. It is also a greener more economical way to look fabulous.
We are perhaps best known for our forties, fifties and sixties clothing for men and women but that's not all on offer. There are some great women's vintage accessories such as handbags, hats, gloves and seamed stockings.
Chaps, to complete your look we stock Mens 1940s style Fedoras and trilbies, trouser braces, cufflinks, ties, scarves and more. Additional to the online shop we trade at nostalgia events around the North of England. We also have a showroom in our home town of Huddersfield West Yorkshire where our customers always receive a warm welcome.
If you are interested in stocking our 1940s shirts and fishtail trousers wholesale customers are welcome. Sizing for our new reproduction vintage style items will always be shown within the listing description OR within the images. Our shape and proportions have changed slightly across the decades therefore the size labels in our original vintage garments (if present) may differ from the sizes Revival state they are. This is because we measure each garment carefully and size it as accurately as we can to a modern size guide.
We recommend taking a similar garment from your current wardrobe that fits you well and using the methods we have set out below to measure it and then compare it to the item that has caught your eye on our website. How we size and measure your vintage clothes. The bust measurement is the circumference taken from around the fullest bust line. We usually measure the front armhole to armhole and then double it, allowing enough ease for the bust cups where necessary.
The waist measurement is taken from the narrowest part of the waist whereas our hip measurement is from the fullest part. Entire length is from back neck to the dress hemline. The waist measurement is taken by measuring across the waistband and doubling it. If the skirt has a high waist or is very fitted we may add a hip measurement taken from the widest part of the hip. Skirt length is measured from the waistband to hem.
The bust/chest is measured by taking the width of the garment and doubling it. For example if a shirt measured 22inch across it would be a 44inch chest. If the item has a sleeve it would be measured shoulder to cuff or sleeve hem.
Garment length would be from the back neck or shoulder to the hem. The waist is measured by taking the width of the waistband and doubling it, so if the waistband width was 14inch they would have a 28inch waist. The length measurement is taken using the inside leg. Remember if you are measuring yourself you will need to allow a bit of?
For comfort when comparing to a garment measurement. Take a fabric measure tape.
Place around your head so that its just above the ears and positioned mid-forehead. Make a note of your measurement in centimetres or inches.
Find which size you should get by looking at the measurements in the description of the hat you'd like. Deadstock True Vintage Birdseye Tweed 1940s Style Unworn Suit Chest 52 XXL. This listing is currently undergoing maintenance, we apologise for any inconvenience caused. This item is in the category "Clothes, Shoes & Accessories\Men\Men's Clothing\Suits & Tailoring". The seller is "revival-vintage" and is located in this country: GB.
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