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With the many different patterns and the numerous options for how to wear a sarong, the fashion statements that can be created with the sarong are endless.
Fine Cotton Sarong 76X39 inch
Sale Price: CAD 4.50
List Price: CAD 10.08
Fine Cotton Sarong 76X39 inch
Sale Price: CAD 4.50
List Price: CAD 10.08
Fine Cotton Sarong 76X39 inch
Sale Price: CAD 6.05
List Price: CAD 10.08
Rayon Sarong with mirror work 65X46 inch
Sale Price: CAD 4.50
List Price: CAD 12.40
Rayon Sarong with mirror work 65X46 inch
Sale Price: CAD 4.50
List Price: CAD 12.40
Rayon Sarong with mirror work 65X46 inch
Sale Price: CAD 4.50
List Price: CAD 13.18
Rayon Sarong with mirror work 65X46 inch
Sale Price: CAD 4.50
List Price: CAD 12.40
Rayon Sarong with mirror work 65X46 inch
Sale Price: CAD 4.50
List Price: CAD 12.40
Cotton Sarong 68X40 inch
Price: CAD 6.98

Different ways and uses of sarongs-

Sarongs is one of the wonderful garment. You can wear a sarong in the morning and with the same fabric, have an entirely different look in the noon. Generally, a sarong is wrapped around the waist and worn as a skirt. This fashion is acceptable for both men and women in many sarong-wearing communities. Sarongs can also be draped on the upper body and wrapped to accentuate beautiful dresses. Sarongs are often brightly colored with beautiful patterns. Although the structure of the sarong garment is quite simple, the variations are endless. With many different patterns and the numerous options for how to wear a sarong, the fashion statements that can be created with the garment are endless.

Sarongs are popular in fashionable Westerners. The sarong is often worn by women during the summer time and at resorts as a swim suit accessory for pool-side or beach wear. Some women also wear a sarong in the summer months, draped and pinned as a dress. The most common way to wear a sarong in the West, however, is as a beach accessory.