15 WAYS TO WEAR THE SARONG

Think you’re not a sarong girl? Think again. If there's one item that's going to work hard in your wardrobe, it’s this. As the leaders in resortwear, we have unearthed 15 ways to wear the sarong. Here’s why I’m waxing lyrical about this piece - the ultimate wardrobe chameleon - and why it continues to reign supreme.

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Head Scarf

The chicest way to elevate your beach look - or any look - at the moment is the head scarf. This also doubles as the ultimate yesterday's-hair disguise. Wear as headband in a twisted top knot a la Jen, or loose and long down your back. 


Winter Scarf 

Maximise the wear of your sarong by keeping it alive in Winter. Bella Hadid owns the runway in this soft sarong/scarf teamed with lush knitwear and (gasp!) another sarong. 

 

 

 

Wrap Skirt 

Wear your sarong from day to night, in this uber chic wrap skirt style, as seen on Who What Wear

 

Strapless Knot Dress

Show off your sarong-tying skills with this neat little Darcy Bloom Wrap. Easy to execute and cute to wear, it’s a no brainer when you’re on a beach holiday or treating yourself to a day at the dayspa.

Turban

While it would seem that the turban is reserved for the luxury set and the likes of KK, you may surprise yourself on how this chic accessory can easily transform your look from zero to hero. Not for the faint-hearted, the turban is for the fashion-forward woman who knows what she wants and draws a crowd for all the right reasons.

Belted Scarf 

If there’s anyone who knows what’s what on the fashion scene, it’s Olivia Palermo. Ever elegant and timeless, she wears the sarong scarf tucked into her belt for uber chic vibes, naturally. 

 


Wrap Halter Dress

This shape is so flattering on any body. Just wrap, tie and off you go. It couldn’t be easier. We’re taking notes from Alessandra Ambrosio


Knotted Scarf

When autumn rolls around, don’t hide your sarongs just yet. This sneaky little item doubles as a lustrous scarf, tucked neatly into a coat or shirt. It Girl, Blake Lively, wears it gloriously well. 


Cape

Tie your sarong at the sides, underneath the arms, for the ultimate trans-seasonal cape. 

One Shoulder Dress

Noone rocks the one shoulder sarong dress like Rihanna. Team with divine earrings and heels for a look that says effortless chic. 


Knotted Halter Dress

Also known as Queen of the Sarong, Rihanna wears hers knotted into a halter dress. It’s the perfect style from boat to beach to bar.



Grecian Dress

Don’t be fooled by the unassuming sarong. She has made a return and this time around, the sarong isn’t beach-bound. The new iternation of sarongs are being worn to from desk to dinner - just add heels and voila. 


Centre Front Knot Skirt 

The sarong is well renowned for the centre front knot skirt. Ultimately, this is where she holds her own in the fashion scene. Our sarong is finished with tassels, making this piece all kinds of adorable. Pair it with your bathers during the day, or a crisp white shirt for work and off you go. 

Shawl

If you’re heading into winter, or balmy days are turning into cooler nights, the sarong is your best friend. Head directly from pool to restaurant with this neat little coverup over your arms. 

Beach Towel

When you’re planning on travelling light, the last thing you need is a hefty towel in your luggage or handbag. The sarong is our saviour when it comes to parking ourselves on the sand, with the added bonus of leaving the beach exactly where it is.