6 Versatile Ways to Wear a Sarong

Summer is just around the corner and that means VACATIONS full of sand, sun and surf–oh, and sarongs!  A sarong is a comfortable, convenient and versatile garment for vacation, especially to tropical locations.  Nothing is chicer or sexier at the beach or by the pool–Much classier than wearing an old t-shirt or towel over your bathing suit!  They are a must-have for your stylish, classy beach or pool wardrobe.  Here are step-by-step instructions for 6 of some of the many alluring ways you can wear your sarong.  (We told you they are versatile!)

1. The chic one shoulder dress


Step 1: Hold the sarong under one arm vertically.

Step 2: Join corners above the shoulder and tie a knot.

Step 3: Gather edges at the waist and tie a knot.



2. The sexy short skirt


Step 1: Join opposite corners of sarong, folding in half to form a triangle shape.

Step 2: Wrap longest part of triangle around the waist and tie a knot.


3. The lovely long skirt


Step 1: Hold sarong vertically at the waist.

Step 2: Gather corners at the waist and tie a knot.

4. The hot halter dress


Step 1: Wrap sarong around from behind you, like a towel.

Step 2: Criss cross the corners behind your neck and tie a knot.


5. The cool cowl neck


Step 1: Join two corners behind your neck and tie a knot.

Step 2: Gather material at waist, join corners behind back and tie a knot.



6. The magnetic mini dress


Step 1: Fold sarong in triangle, as with short skirt.

Step 2: Wrap the longest part of the triangle around your chest and tie a knot behind your back.


And there you have it–6 awesome, creative ways to wear your sarong on vacation!  Wait, you don’t have one?  Silver Trendz can hook you up. Check out our collection of sarongs and scarves HERE.  They are so soft and pretty as well as colorful.  And you can feel good about your purchase–the garments are made from ethical, sustainable, organic cotton and viscose.

Once you get one, all you need is some water, a few palm trees, and maybe an umbrella drink!  (Don’t worry; we won’t judge!)