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Banned Apparel, known officially as Banned Alternative Wear, is one of the more unique clothing brands in England. The company was originally started in 1990 as a single market stall in Greenwich, operating under the name Silver Stop Ltd. They fostered the Living Dead Souls brand while enjoying extensive growth through 2011. When Silver Stop ceased operations that year, Banned Apparel was born to carry on the company's legacy under the new brand.

It is hard to pin down Banned Apparel to a single fashion category. The name 'Banned' was chosen to reflect the company's desire to create products that were once in fashion but are no longer so. Banned Apparel brings them back by adding a sense of modern style to make what used to be great in the past even better in the present. They offer an impressive inventory that includes ladies and men's clothing, swimwear, plus size fashions, and handbags.

Banned Apparel was made famous by their nod to the 1950s rockabilly style. For example, consider their Wanderlust Halter Dress and Tiffany Headband. Both pieces pay homage to the 1950s with just a hint of modernisation to help you remember that you are living in the 21st century. The same kind of eclectic combination can be seen in their kitschy shoulder bags. Banned Apparel does produce some decidedly modern products as well, but they are loved for their focus on rockabilly styles.

Ladies love their patterned skinny jeans, bold miniskirts, lovely petticoats, as well as a rather extensive inventory of fashion accessories and handbags. Men appreciate Banned Alternative Wear’s unique clothing items such as their jackets, hoodies, and backpacks.