The origin of the beach sarong is from south-east Asia and have become popular for mainstream holidays as they are an easy go to coverup for walking from your sun lounger to the beach bar.  How to tie and wear these beach Sarongs is not as tricky as you think.

Wear a short sarong on the side to slim the legs and draw the eye downwards. 

 how to tie a beach sarong by browns lingerie

Wear as a dress tied around the neck.

tie a pareo around the neck to wear a sarong as a dress


Wear as a long skirt 

A sarong  is the most versatile of all the beach cover up options and can make a beach outfit feel more sophisticated and complete a swimwear look. The long piece of fabric can be stylishly wrapped and tied as a skirt, halter dress, strapless dress, one shoulder dress , the combinations are endless. 

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