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Sarong - no more a swim suit cover up
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Jun '08
Gone are the days when sarong was just meant to be worn as a swimsuit cover-up at beaches and pool sides. The single piece of cloth has all of sudden become one of the most preferred fashion accessories globally. Fashionistas have come up with various options that can turn this garment into dresses, shawls, scarves, skirts and much more, one only needs to be creative enough.

Other than experimenting with wearing patterns, the market is also flooded with sarongs in fabrics like linen, silk, georgette and crape to let the fashion savvies world over wear it in their own way on different occasions.

For a party look trendy girls love to flaunt sarongs as halters or plainly as a neck knot, which are easy to sport and are extremely sexy. Bright colours in bold and shocking designs are exceedingly popular among party lovers.

A more chic look is achieved by wrapping a satin sarong in pastel shade that is teamed with stylish top and stole. There is nothing better for an extravagant evening beach bonanza.

According to fashion conscious generation one more reason for sarongs becoming a first choice among people heading for beaches on vacations or parties is that, they are very comfortable and hardly require space and can be just slipped in to handbags.


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