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Stylish Ways To Tie A Sarong
Heavy bottomed women who feel a little self-conscious about their swimsuit bodies can take tremendous solace from a sarong. A sarong is the perfect cover up for a semi-clad body. They are awesome, light and do not weigh you down. They also give adequate protection if you want to stay out of the sun. Here are some stylish ways to tie a sarong
Stylish Ways To Tie A Sarong
In this, you need to first take the two long edges of the sarong and tie them behind your neck. Do not tie them too tightly. You have the option of tying it up like a halter or tying it up loosely to resemble a cowl neck. Now take the edges below the waist and tie them up behind the back. In order to secure the sarong well, make sure you double knot the edges so that the sarong does not come off. This sarong resembles a dress.
In this toga dress, take one end of the sarong and tuck it in your bikini strap under one arm. Now take the opposite top corner and pull it tightly over that arm. Remove the tucked in edge and tie up these two edges together to form a secure knot. Make sure the sarong is wrapped up tightly around your body.
Bandeau Cascade Dress
This is a stylish and very simple way of tying a sarong. In this, hold the long side of the sarong horizontally out behind your back. Wrap the sarong around your back horizontally. Now bring both the top edges of the sarong to your chest and tie them up in a double knot in the front. Tie the knot in such a way such that the dress cascades and falls beautifully on the front of the body.
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Bring the two long ends of the sarong and fasten them securely at the back in the form of a knot. This will become the halter neck. Now take the remaining two edges of the sarong and wrap them up tightly around your waist. Secure it at the back in the form of a knot.
Hold the two corners of the long side of the sarong and wrap it snugly, horizontally on the back. Now take one corner of the sarong and bring it diagonally across to the opposite shoulder. Wrap the other end at the bust and bring the edge of this corner to the back. Tie up both the ends securely on the back of the shoulder in the form of a knot. This becomes a wrap dress.
One of the simplest ways to tie a sarong is like a knotted skirt. Take a short sarong and securely tie the two edges of the sarong on one side of the waist. This is like a skirt sarong. The sarong is tied in a way to reveal the length of one leg. It looks simple and stylish and works well for women who are not afraid to flaunt their beach bodies.
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