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HOW TO TIE A SARONG (SARONG / PAREO TIES, USES, ETC...)
How do you tie a sarong?, is the most frequently asked question. Tying a sarong is not as complicated as it may seem. Tying your sarong just takes a little patience, practice, experimentation and a relaxed attitude. One of the easiest methods is to tie your sarong as a skirt around your waist. However, sarongs can be utilized to make quick dresses, shawls, swimsuit cover-ups, scarves, turbans and much more. To help you get a better understanding of how to wear your sarong, we've included some ideas on how to tie your sarong in this section. Check out the pictures and read the instructions and before you know it you'll be a sarong tying expert!
WARNING: Sarongs are extremely addictive and once you start wearing them you'll never want to take them off!
Did you know that sarongs are quickly becoming one of the most essential fashion accessories? Why is this you ask? Simply, sarongs are amazing. They travel well, look great and feel fantastic. In a nut shell, sarongs provide convenience and fashion too.
Sarongs are easy to wear and very sexy, no doubt about it. So learn to tie your sarong in the best way possible. You want to look great and you don't want it falling off of while your walking down the street. That could be embarrassing. A sarong tie is a good idea too. Sarong ties give you a little extra hold and security.
We've included a few ways of how to tie a sarong. Plus we also have a booklet on how to tie your sarongs, some pictures of how to tie sarongs and sarong ties as well.
Check out our pictures and links below to get more info on sarong ties and uses. Stay tuned because there's more on the way.
Our new How to Tie Video!
"How to Tie a Sarong / Pareo!
There are so many uses for sarongs. They can be used as a short skirt or shawl on cool windy days. Many people use them as curtains, baby slings, scarves, shawls, wall hangings, table covers, bathing suit cover up and anything else you can dream of!
Sarongs are rectangular shaped, so you have the option of wearing your sarong in a variety of ways.
Here is an example of how to Tie Your Sarong in a "Long Skirt":
(1) Wrap the sarong around your body (waist, hips, chest)
(2) Grab two corners of the sarong and create a "tie" by pulling the ends vertically, then knot the tie and pull the ends horizontally (knot again to secure).
(3) Fluff out the tie to make sure that the right side of the fabric shows and that the knot looks good.
(4) The tie can be at the front, back, or side (ends may be tucked underneath).
Adjusting The Length
Adjusting the length is as simple as folding the sarong in half for desired length, then tie.
Ideas For Wearing A Sarong
Wear your sarong as a Skirt:
(1) After you tie the sarong you may select to pin the gap or you may Choose to leave it open for a more casual or seductive appeal.
(2) You may wear the sarong over a simple plain tank dress to create a beautiful "chic" look.
Wear your sarong as a Dress or Top:
Wrap the sarong above chest and tie. You may wear this style with a gap open over swimwear or as light evening wear. (Use a couple safety pins to secure). To shorten into a top, simply adjust the length by folding down before tieing. Create a bandeau style top by folding the sarong into a 5" to 7" wide strip and wrap around the chest and tie in front or back. Knot and tuck the tie underneath the bandeau.
Wear your Sarong as a Headband or Hatband:
Fold the sarong into a thin 3" wide strip and wrap around a hat or head-wear and tie.
Wear your Sarong as a Scarf or Shawl:
You only need to drape over your shoulder/neck and go!
Use your Sarong as a Wall Hanging or Tablecloth:
Hang your sarong on the wall (looks great framed) or drape over an end-table for a great decorator look or use as tablecloths for that special occasion.
More ideas, photos and information coming soon! Please check back.
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