What is the difference between « cet costume vous va bien » and « cet costume vous convient »?
Thank you for your question! I noticed you wrote 'cet costume'. It should be ‘ce costume' because ‘costume’ starts with a consonnant and not a vowel or mute h.
Cet appartement =this flat
Ce manteau = this coat
Coming back to your actual question...
‘Convenir à’ is more used in a context such as ‘appropriate for’
Ce costume vous convient pour votre travail = this suit is appropriate for your work
Ce costume me convient pour mes cours de gymnastique = this suit is appropriate for my gym lesson
‘Aller à’ is used in a context such as to fit/suit along with a pleasing feeling.
I hope this is helpful.
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