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October 26, 2018

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Custom-made Tango Performance Dresses

Performance dresses that were custom-made by conDiva for tango dancers. 

Custom-made Tango Performance Dresses by conDiva

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October 18, 2018

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September 27, 2018

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Get Ready For Autumn Milongas

Elephant gray or burgundy tango dress?

Elephant Gray Tango Dress With Lace Details And Ruched Fishtail Skirt

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September 22, 2018

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Argentine Tango Barridas

Argentine Tango Barridas by Erica & Matt

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September 15, 2018

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Dare To Wear A Sequined Tango Dress

Nothing like a sparkly sequined dress.

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August 15, 2018

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Argentine Tango Gancho Variations

Improve your Gancho technique with this video!

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August 01, 2018

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Sizing

Not sure what is the right size for you? Use our chart below and find what size you should get. If you need additional assistance free feel to contact us directly.

*** Don't forget that we also accept custom orders.

In case of measurement deviation related to the size chart, send us your exact measurements so we can custom fit your item. You can email us at hello@condiva.com

The cost of custom-made clothes depends on the design and fabric you choose.
For full customizations on clothes from the site, there is a 20% extra charge on the initial price of the item.  
 
Small customizations like length adjustment etc, are free of charge.

conSignore men's sizing

Men's Pants - How To Measure Yourself For Perfect Fit
Using a soft measuring tape measure around your waist, where you normally wear your pants. Insert your forefinger between the tape and your body to allow ease of fit. The measurement should be in centimeters. The size you need to get should be half the circumference of your waist. 
* Do not measure other pants, and do not measure over garments.

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