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White Sarong

Wearing white sarong has been long time favorite of people in hot and tropical countries. White is always the right color, when it comes to summer. White sarong don’t just reflects light and absorbs perspiration, white sarong also quite stylish, and they go great with all colors and prints. As we all know, sarongs are… Read More White Sarong

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Get Stylish In Your Sarong

An article from thefashionspot.com titled How to Wear a Sarong, the Forgotten Hero of Water-Adjacent Dressing by Cordelia Tai. “Karl Lagerfeld says nay. Rather than feed the fashion set’s constant need for the new, at Chanel’s Cruise 2018 presentation, Lagerfeld paid homage to the eternal beauty of ancient Greece — and the sarong wrap. One… Read More Get Stylish In Your Sarong

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Wearing Black Sarong

Sarong became must have item in women’s wardrobe. It’s a simple and elegant accessory to wear with any swimwear. When comes to shopping for a sarong, color become a major factor when choosing a sarong, beside the style, type, pattern and material. People usually will vision sarong in multi color or colorful patterns. It is… Read More Wearing Black Sarong

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Origin Of Sarong

An article written by Obbie Afri Gultom, titled Indonesian Skirt : The Famous Indonesian Sarong in Travelfoodfashion.com, “According to historical records , Sarung are originated from Yemen. In that land Sarung commonly called “futah” the commonly dress for men. Sarong were originally used by Bedouin tribes who live in Yemen. Sarong of Yemen comes from… Read More Origin Of Sarong

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Celebrities Wearing Sarong

From the article title Celebrities In Bikinis, “The mom-of-one met the new year in style, pairing a messy ponytail and a vibrantly colored purple-and-orange cover-up with her maroon bikini in Hawaii.” “The actress rocked a classic black one-piece swimsuit while on vacation in Hawaii. She accessorized the number with a tie-dye sarong, stone earrings, and… Read More Celebrities Wearing Sarong

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Overview About Sarong

Traditionally, in countries such as Asia, Africa and the South Pacific sarong has been worn by men and women. Sarong also known as pareo, surong, lungi, malong, mundum, sulu, toga, lamba, sarama or kanga. Sarong is simply a rectangular piece of fabric that is generally wrapped around the hip as long or short skirts or… Read More Overview About Sarong