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    7 Ways to Tie a Sarong

    Simply twist and tie your sarong to get the style and look you want!

     
    1. Pareau Bow
    Pareau Bow
    Hold the two corners of the long end of the sarong, one in each hand. Wrap the sarong around your body, under your arms and tie the two corners into a knot in front of your chest.
    2. Tahitian BeautyTahitian Beauty
    Hold the two corners of the short end of the sarong, one in each hand. Wrap the sarong around the back of your body to the front, under your arms so you are now holding the corners to the side of your body under your arm. Tie the two corners in a knot. Then grab the material around your waist and making a knot at the hip.
    3. Tropical Breeze
    Tropical Breeze
    Hold the two corners of the short end of the sarong, one in each hand. Wrap the sarong around the back of your body to the front, under your arms. Tie a knot with the corners in front of your chest. Next take the material from the back through your legs grabbing the two bottom corners and wrapping around your wait to tie in the back.
    4. Island Queen
    Island Queen
    Hold the two corners of the short end of the sarong in each hand tying a knot behind your neck letting the material hang in front of you. Next grab the material near your waist and wrap around to the back of your body to make a knot. For another look take another sarong and
    wrap around your waist over the other sarong making a knot on your hip.
    5. Sunset Beauty
    Sunset Beauty
    Hold the two corners of the long end of the sarong, one in each hand. Wrap the sarong around the back of your body to the front, allowing one corner to go under your arm and over your shoulder meeting the other corner to tie together.
    6. Hawaiian Princes
    Hawaiian Princes
    Hold the two corners of the long end of the sarong, one in each hand. Wrap the sarong around the back of your body to the front, under your arms so you are now holding the corners in front of your chest. Now take the two corners you are holding and switch hands, then wrap the ends around your head tying a knot behind your neck.

    7. Local Comfort
    Local Comfort
    Hold the two corners of the short end of the sarong, one in each
    hand. Wrap the sarong around the back of your body to the front and
    under your arms so you are now holding the corners to the side of your
    body under your arm. Then tie a knot using the two corners.