Maria Maria


Every Linda Ayre dance dress is individually custom cut to your personal body measurements for a perfect fit.

Linda Ayre’s Argentine Tango costume collection is designed expertly, draped and seamed to enhance the female figure and has a strong attention to detail in every piece.

Please call to discuss your fabric and customization options.

Style 1663

It’s not just a dress. We make it an experience!

Custom Add Ons are available for dancewear…

* Add undergarments into this garment – “Add Ons”
* Matching Jewelry is available for this dress – “Accessories”
* Custom rhinestone – “Inspiration”


Look wonderful and comfortable at the same time is not a problem any more with this beautiful knee-length, halter-top red dress which is custom cut to fit you perfectly. The top incorporates lace with polka dots and sits on a peplum waist.

This new dress style also includes extra power stretch fabric lining that reinforces the waist dress giving you more suppression without the need for wearing uncomfortable shapewear.

Style 1663

The Poetry of Tango
The Follower
“She pivots
And her dress
Rises and falls, flows and ebbs,
lights and shadows, like waves at the shore.”
Eran Braverman

I enjoy advising you to choose the best style for your choreography

Argentine Tango is the most passionate dance. Elegance should always be on your mind when you choose your outfit. Linda Ayre’s designs for Argentine tango aim to make you look good plus, at the same time, can move and feel comfortable while dancing for performance, competition or social dancing at a Milonga. Your boleo or back kick will be emphasized differently dependent on the fit of your tango dress and flow of the skirt giving you complete freedom of movement.

Linda Ayre Argentine tango dresses are designed not only to fit your body perfectly but to emphasize your every move and make you look effortlessly elegant, sophisticated and unique.
Wear one and you’ll agree. It’s more than just a dress; it’s an experience.

I know how important is to feel good about yourself when you dance. The clothes you wear change your attitude and expression. This is perceived in your dance. Clothing should be your second skin.” – Linda Ayre