4 easy ways to wear a sarong

My packing essentials for a summer holiday include a sarong, so when I came across these 4 fresh ways to tie it by Harper’s Bazaar, I just had to share!

ONE SHOULDER

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Step 1: Hold scarf vertically under one arm and bring the top two corners over the shoulder and tie a double knot.

Step 2: Gather two edges at the waist and tie a double knot.

SIDE SLIT

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Step 1: Hold scarf vertically around back under the arms. Double knot the two corners around the front, above the bust.

Step 2: Gather two scarf edges at waist level and double knot around the front.

Step 3: Twist the waist knot to one side for a side slit.

HAREM PANTS

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Step 1: Hold scarf vertically in front of the body. Wrap the top two corners around to the back and double knot to form a boob tube.

Step 2: Pull the bottom of the scarf back through the legs

Step 3: Grab the two back corners and wrap it around to the front of the waist. Secure it with a double knot.

HALTER

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Step 1: Hold scarf vertically in front of the body and tie the two top corners around the back of your neck securing with a double knot

Step 2:  Twist the scarf in front to create a keyhole.

Step 3: Gather two edges at the waist, wrap around the back and secure with a double knot.

MY TIP 

How about combining two styles?! Use the top of the halter and bottom of the harem pants to make a 5th style!

Hope to see you on the beach “saronging” it!

Until next time, stay stylish!

oxo

Zeenat

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