Discover our 2021 Spring-Summer collection of practice dancewear.

Brand new colours, models - skirts, trousers, tunics and tops - and two original patterns to choose from.

Ideal not only for your dance classes but also as unique streetwear.



ARDORA - Perfection dressed in dance

A flamenco outfit should not only be beautiful and perfectly cut but it is just as crucial for it to be comfortable. And these are the exact features of ARDORA dancewear: beautiful, light and fitting perfectly.  Some may say that it is just a simple piece of clothing – we believe it to be a dance partner contributing to the harmony and the magic of flamenco dance. Our skirts, dresses, tops and waistcoats pay homage to traditional flamenco colours and patterns, while our practice skirts will bring a breath of originality to your rehearsal space.

Stun the audience in our professional stage outfits

Our outfits are designed for dancers and by dancers. All of our creations are made in Poland, a country with a long history of tailoring. Each textile we use has to meet a number of rigorous requirements. It has to be delicate, breathable, move beautifully, have a vibrant colour or a pattern alluding to the flamenco aesthetics. In pursuit of a perfect fit, we always strive for top quality and attention to detail.


New children's collection

Discover ARDORA's new children collection - lots of new models of tops, skirts and dresses in a wide range of colours and patterns available for girls aged 5 to 12. Both for the stage and for training.

Prêt-à-porter: democratic fashion 0
Prêt-à-porter: democratic fashion

The idea of prêt-à-porter was popularised by Robert Altman’s film from 1994. Sophia Loren, Kim Basinger, Marcelo Mastroianni, Tim Robbins or Julia Roberts to name just a few - this truly star-studded production revealed the ins and outs going on backstage during an exceptional fashion show…

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The impact of other cultures on FLAMENCO. 1

While describing flamenco dance, numerous researchers emphasise the impact other cultures (which at some point in history inhabited the Iberian Peninsula) had on this marvellous art. Most often, they highlight the importance of oriental dances (Arab, Jewish, Indian). However, we are not speaking here about borrowings or ‘quotes’ from other cultures. More than anything - these are influences and inspirations.

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Tiny yet titillating – a couple of words on earrings
Tiny yet titillating – a couple of words on earrings

Do you know that earrings are among the oldest types of jewellery? I’m pretty sure they have caught your attention on various flamenco shows. While these days they are purely ornamental, they used to have a completely different task – earring used to be a sort of ‘identity card’ which divided people into certain groups or cultures… These days everyone can wear earrings – children and adults, gays and straights – and while some are more discreet and others more ostentatious no one can deny that they are virtually everywhere. Despite having a particular body part in its very name, earring moved to other body parts as well – brows, lips, tongue, nose, stomach and even… the genitals. Once carefully hand made with precious stones and metals, natural resources, exotic wood, today they are often mass-produced with the use of whichever material someone chooses - be that a creative director of a fashion house or a simple artisan...

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Discover Spain through FLAMENCO 0

Spain truly is a magical country attracting tourist from around the globe not only thanks to its sunny beaches or culinary delicacies but also thanks to the art of flamenco! This fiery and sensuous dance has taken over the whole world, so it’s time to ask yourself: ‘where and when in Spain to go to get to know this art best’?

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