Travel Aids - How to Wrap A Sarong
For a skirt, hold the sarong lengthwise and wrap it around the waist. One wrap around gives the wearer a side slit. Wrap the sarong twice around the waist for more coverage. Tie the two ends in a knot or pin them together.
For a halter dress, hold the sarong by the two top corners lengthwise behind your upper back. Pull the two corners under the arms and bring them to the front. Overlap the fabric. Tie the two corners behind the neck. Adjust the sarong to cover the chest completely.
The fabric for a sarong is for sale in any market in Southeast Asia. Buy a sarong or two in the market. The women will gladly teach you how to wear a sarong.
Not going to Southeast Asia, buy a sarong to wear to the local beach. Wear your sarong while resting in the back yard or garden. Sip your favorite summer drink and picture yourself on a sunny beach in Malaysia, Thailand, or Indonesia! Check out the selection at Amazon.com. Use the following link.
This sarong is over five feet wide. Any body shape can wear this sarong. A size 22 can wear it wrapped around the waist with a generous overhang. There are pattern sarongs as well as the solid ones pictured.
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Road to Bali
Bob Hope and Bing Crosby travel the high seas to Bali. Travel with them in this wonderful classic film. Enter the world of sarongs and balmy nights. Plus, enjoy the antics while wearing your sarong!
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