Dancing Days Footwear – By Banned Apparel


From pretty pumps to bold boots the ‘Dancing Days’ footwear collection by Banned Apparel will have you feeling like you’re a kid in a candy shop!


Earlier on in the summer, I was booked to model for the alternative clothing company Banned Apparel. The range is stocked full of eye-catching, vintage-inspired designs which include Rockabilly, Goth, Pin-Up, Streetwear, Steampunk and Nautical. Banned Apparel is ideal for not only those who love to stand out from the crowd but also for those who want to add a touch of vintage to their everyday style. If you are looking for shoes to accompany your quirky persona, look no further as Banned Apparel also have their own footwear range, Dancing Days’!


What I love about the collection is that you can see how much care and attention has gone into designing each pair of shoes. 

I had the opportunity to try some on for size…

Whether you are going to a party, wedding or just popping out to the shops, these unique designs will turn heads. Dancing Days really are putting the fun back into footwear! 

The fast-growing collection comprises of styles such as ballet pumps, mary janes, kitten heels, wedges, boots and sandals (to name a few)!

Ybo Vass, the talented creative designer behind the Dancing Days footwear collection recently went to Las Vegas to help further promote the brand.

Here’s a snippet of an interview with Ybo from the Banned Apparel Blog.


Hi Ybo, can you tell our readers a little about yourself?
“I was born in Transylvania, Romania from Hungarian parents, luckily in a town almost dominated by arts, painters, musicians, instruments , footwear and our local beer; the perfect setup for an aspiring artist! I was painting and drawing since a very early age, but somehow my passion wasn’t at it’s peak yet. I took a dip in fashion design, and felt the opportunities were so vast and challenging. I believe I had always a particular appreciation for accessories. The calling to design thousands of patterns, shapes, ideas on such limited surface.”
Why did you decide to become a fashion designer and, in particular, a vintage fashion designer?
“I feel lucky enough to have had the chance to get a break as a luxury footwear designer from ceramic design and persevere my calling. I had the chance to experience the hard journey from designing to production, but certainly did not lack it’s joy and success ! I knew if I truly believe in what I do it can take me far. My designer journey started in Bucharest and has taken me as far as London. I’m proud to say I achieved my goals , but there’s always room to dream bigger!
What motivates you as a fashion designer?
“As a designer I’m submitted to my calling, if I have a dream at night, I must make sure I fill my sketchbook on my beside table right away . I get inspiration from everything. Colours, shapes simply excite me!”
If you could pin point just one of your favourite pieces which one would it be and why?
“One of my favourite styles are the Mary Jane’s, I think they are timeless, the perfect shape that compliment every woman.” – @ybovass

Pic from the WWD MAGIC and FN PLATFORM at the Las Vegas Convention Center by @BannedApparel

It didn’t take me long to fall in love with Dancing Days by Banned Apparel – they really have got a style to suit every woman!

Visit Banned Apparel online – http://www.bannedapparel.co.uk/

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