Sarongs

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What are sarong cover-ups? A Sarong is a easygoing piece of fabric that is wore by many different people around the world for numerous different reasons. typically the sarong is made of a rayon material and is long enough to wrap around you at least once, most likely twice.

It doesn't take much to put one on. Usually people search for ways to wear a sarong, but most certainly the easiest way is to easily wrap it around your waist and tie it. You have the choiceof using a sarong tie or not. Sarong ties can be coconut, mother of pearl, a resin abalone mix (these are for certain stunningand made of quality notable materials that will last and shine for a long time!), or cheap plastic (we don't recommend these - very tacky). Just go search google for the words: Sarong Clips. You're sure to find a great tie, clip, or buckle to match your sarong!

Here are 10 fun filled facts about Sarong wraps that will help you gain wisdom about them:
1) If no ties exist, a pin may be used, the fabric may be tightly tucked under itself in layers, the corners of the main sheet may be around the body and knotted, or a belt may be used to hold the sarong in place.
2) In Mauritius they are called pareos.
3) Designs vary greatly and range from checkered square motifs with watermarked diamonds and plaid to simple geometric lines.
4) However, there is a trend towards adopting sarong either as a fashionable garment, or as a formal garment worn with national pride, only on special occasions.
5) In the Philippines it is also known as a malong (in Mindanao) or patadyong (in Visayan).
6) The fabric of the misnomer "sarong" is generally quite light, often rayon, and may feature decorative fringing on two sides.
7) Malay men wear sarongs woven in a check pattern; women wear sarongs dyed in the batik method, with, for example, flower motifs, and in brighter colors.
8) In Samoa it is known as a lavalava (also lava-lava).
9) The dyeing technique of batik is associated with sarong production.
10) It was also the traditional undergarment for men prior to the introduction of pant-like pyjamas during the Turkish and European colonial periods.

 

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Sarong wraps in North America can repeatedly be purchased on a beach for a a realistic price. If there is no beach around, you can most often find one in a fancy tropical resort or similar. Another great place to look is online. There are many websites that offer numerous unique ways and styles of sarong cover-ups. The prices run from favorable to reasonable to fair. Some sites offer free shipping if you purchase two (2) or more. Tie the FREE Priority Mail Shipping offer in with selection and value and I'd say you have a winner!

Sarong cover-ups can be used as a cover up for a bathing suite, as a towel for the bath or beach, as a wall hanging decoration, as a blanket, and several other uses as well. These fabulous material items are simple and plain but excessively useful! Whether you are looking to go to the lake, heading to the pool, or looking for a swim suit cover up, a sarong is a past perfect versatile item that no woman (or man) should be without.

AllSarongs.com offers many sarong wraps at extremely reasonable prices. The have a wide variety of skirts and dress made of sarong material as well. The site uses a third party check out so you know your financial data is secure and they offer very quick shipping if you simply and solely order 2 or more sarong wraps from them. That's not a very costly order either. Other sites offer free snail mail shipping if you spend twice as much with them. All Sarong cover-ups send them in a priority mail package with a 2-3 day average delivery time. The advantage when pick where to get a sarong is clear.