Banned Apparel has a great sizing to their garments, but you should always check the size chart to ensure that you get the best fit! Check out the size chart here!
About Banned Apparel
Cheribomb Retro LOVES being a stockist of Banned Apparel! Banned Apparel has been a purveyor of the vintage fashion scene since their launch in 2011 and have paved the way ever since. Their dedicated, talented, design team carefully research each piece using historical references. Adding touches of upcoming trends ensures their collection remains fresh and current whilst paying homage to decades gone by.
Banned Apparel’s reputation in the plus sized market precedes them. From their blog: “Today’s plus size is very different to the 1950’s sizing which started at a modern size 10/12! Plus sizes had more to do with shape rather than measurement which is why “stout” was a better description back then. 1950’s plus size dresses and skirts were typically tea-length and could be tank style, cap sleeve, short sleeve, or full length. Necklines were very modest, and dresses were often embellished with nice buttons or playful necklines with bows or scalloped edges.”