I took for granted everyone knew how to wear the sarong until a girlfriend saw me on the beach and exclaimed: “Oh this is what it’s meant to look like”
If I could only bring one piece with me on holiday, I would choose the sarong. It can be worn from morning to night, with a bathing suit, with a T-shirt and accessorised for a chicer look It’s a dress, its a skirt, everyone these days makes their own version of the sarong which is a large piece of fabric worn by women in South Asia..and in some places even by men. Here are a couple ways to wear it...and there are many more!
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