If you are one of the people who believe that close-fitted dresses and skirts are not a good idea for argentine tango dancing, let us tell you here that the new body-hugging styles are a game changer!
According to the new trend that comes straight from Argentina, your outfits should closely hug your curves while showing off all your feminine assets. Airy skirts, and voluminous movements belong to the past, from now on you will see this pencil-type-of-outfit dominate on the dance floors.
The secret to master these outfits, is to find styles that are very elastic and have small slits or tails. Pick designs that emphasize on your curves, accentuate your waistline and make your legs look irresistibly sexy!
With all that being said, we took a leap of faith and we crafted a big array of bodycon style dance dresses and pencil skirts. Although, the silhouettes got tighter, we maintained basic tango elements such as bright colors, lace details, unique pattern combinations and of course comfy & stretchy materials that create small tails and ruffles.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org
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.
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.