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How To Tie A Sarong

A sarong is a simple, yet elegant way to add sophistication to your swimwear look. It’s a staple for any resort-wear wardrobe and provides coverage, comfort and versatility for your warm-weather getaway.

While sarongs are an easy-to-wear and elevated resortwear style, their versatility means they can be worn in various ways to create unique looks. They are easy to style up to take you from day to night or create a more effortless shape to take you by the pool.

Discover how to tie a sarong below and how you can pair this back with our premium-designed swimwear at JETS Australia.

Sarong

1. Skirt Style

The most classic of looks, the skirt-style sarong ties around the waist and falls gracefully to the ankles – perfect for an evening stroll along the shore. This is the classic styling of a sarong and is designed to go easily over your must-have one piece for your next summer vacation.

2. Halter Dress

To create an effortlessly elegant look, tie the bottom of your sarong at your ribcage, do a traditional wrap around your back, cross over at the front and secure them with a double knot. The most versatile styling option to ease from the pool to long lunches and even to the warm summer evenings. The dress design is best worn under a minimal bandeau top and your choice of form-fitting bikini bottoms.

3. Strapless Dress

Elevate your resort look with this bandeau styling. To create this look, hold the sarong horizontally behind you but rather than your waist, this is at the height of your bust. If your preferred styling is a front knot, hold the top corners and tie them together until you meet your chest. This free-flowing styling is easy to adjust and is an effortless yet sophisticated choice. As this creates a strapless neckline, the bandeau bikini top is the easiest style to pair this sarong with.

More ways to wear? The wrap sarong is the most versatile piece for your vacation wardrobe and there are no rules on how to tie this resortwear piece. Try the multi-wear styling options in this article and find the elevated wrap design that works for you.