9 Ways Of Wearing A Sarong August 17, 2017

You know what’s the best part of a beach wear? Yes, it is the bikini, but the sarong makes it twice as interesting and fun. If you find there was just one boring way to wear a sarong, you are mistaken. What if I tell you there’s more than one way to tie a sarong? And, all of them are simple to learn and easy to execute. Stay put because you are about to learn 9 different ways to wear a sarong.

How To Wear A Sarong – 9 Different Ways

 1. Side Knot

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Side knot or short skirt whatever you call it is the most common way of tying a sarong and is quite easy too.

  • Fold the sarong in half.
  • Wrap it around your waist, a little below your belly button.
  • Now, tie the loose ends, and you are done.

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2. Front Open Halter Style

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Show off your beach body with this front open halter style and look dapper. You can try a printed bikini set and a plain sarong for a peek-a-boo effect or a plain bikini with a printed sarong.

  • Hold the sarong horizontally at the back of your body.
  • Bring it to the front of your body.
  • Pull the left end to the right side and right end to the left side.
  • Tie the ends at the nape of your neck.
  • This style encompasses only the bust area.


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3. Long Skirt Style

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A style very similar to the side knot style. And just like side knot, the long skirt style is the most popular of the lot.

  • Hold the sarong horizontally at the back and near your waist.
  • Bring both the ends to the front and tie a knot.
  • You can leave this knot at the center or move it to the side making it look like a long skirt with a side slit.

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4. Brazilian Style Dress

Your sarong can make-do for a beach dress too, with this Brazilian style dress. This style is feminine, flattering and fun. Plus, it is effortless too.

  • Hold the sarong horizontally at the front of your body.
  • Take both the ends and pull it to the back.
  • Tie them at the nape of your neck.
  • Gather the ends of the dress at your waist level and pull the sarong up.
  • Take both the ends and tie it at the back of your body.

P.S – You could also take one end to the side of your body and tie it at the side for a side-slit style.

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5. Classic Halter Neck Style

A stylish and simple way to amp up your beach look. It’s snug, gives you coverage and suits any body type.

  • Start by horizontally placing the sarong at the back of your body.
  • Hold each end at either side.
  • Now, bring it towards the front of your body from under your arms.
  • Pull the left end towards the right side and the right end to the left side.
  • Take the two ends to the back and tie them at the nape of your neck.

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6. Dressing Gown

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Dressing gown or bathrobe style sarong is perfect for summers. This style is carefree yet stylish, plus looks effortlessly chic.

  • Start by horizontally placing the sarong at the back of your body.
  • Now, bring it towards the front of your body from under your arms.
  • Tie the tip of both the ends.
  • Take the knot to the back from over your head.
  • You can tuck the front part of the sarong into either side and add a waist belt. It’s a more stylish variant in this style.

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7. Kimono Style

Kimonos and capes are all over the place, so bring this to your beach wardrobe too with the help of your sarong. It takes less than a minute for styling it this way but looks fabulous.

  • Spread the sarong around your body like a shawl.
  • Hold the end of the sarong in both your hands.
  • Without the sarong slipping off your body, tie both the ends at the side near the wrist. They will look like faux sleeves.
  • Follow this for the other hand too.
  • The longer the sarong, the better the output.

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8. Halter Style With A Twist

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A discerning style for fashionable women. One little tweak to the halter style gives you this style and spruces up your body silhouette. A must try for beach fanatics.

  • Hold your sarong at the back of your body like a towel (very similar to the halter neck style).
  • Bring it to the front of your body from under your arms.
  • Pull the left end towards the right side and the right end to the left side.
  • Tightly tie the ends.
  • Before you take the remaining fabric to the back, twist it completely till they look like noodle straps.
  • Tie it at the nape of your neck.

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9. Bandeau Style

Take your regular towel style sarong to the next level with this romantic bandeau style. You will realize that a simple design element can make a lot of difference to the aesthetics.

  • Hold your sarong at the back of your body like a towel (very similar to the halter neck style).
  • Bring it to the front of your body from under your arms and trace the length of the sarong to collect the extra fabric.
  • Tie the ends into a huge bow at the front of your body and tuck the remaining at either side.

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Now that you know how to wear a sarong, what are you waiting for? Do you now realize that sarong is not only a stylish accessory but also a functional piece of clothing that completes your beach wear? You can play around with the sarong in any way you want. What is your favorite style? Mine is the halter neck with a twist. Don’t forget to leave a text in the comment section below.

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