Tango Clothes for A Vintage Look - conDiva Tango Clothes for A Vintage Look – conDiva

Tango Clothes for A Vintage Look

We love accessorizing our outfits and restyling them in a simple yet elegant way!
This time we wanted to create a vintage look that is great not only for tango appearances but also for special occasions such as weddings, formal parties etc.

vintage look with tango clothes - conDiva

Only a few curated items can do the trick!

vintage look with a tango dress by conDiva

In order to create a vintage look from the 20's we picked a midi open-back dress paired with chic black fishnet tights that elegantly define the legs, while adding a nice texture and contrasting perfectly with the forest green dress. The open peep-toe heels prolong the legs and make this outfit even sexier.

tango dress for a vintage look - conDiva

The ruched details give a feminine note to the simple line of this dress.

vintage style tango dress by conDiva

Beaded accessories combined with satin accents add glamour details than won't go unnoticed. And of course, no vintage outfit is complete without a headpiece that beautifully holds back the subtly wavy hairstyle. 

You can find the dress in many colors here >>> 

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