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If you want to make it easier, drape the sarong over your shoulders and allow it to drape similar to a cape with no tying required. Instead, cross the two ends under one arm and pull to the shoulder to tie at the top. It will create an open slit on the side, which you can hold together with safety pin if you want to partially close it. Pair with gladiator sandals and an arm cuff to play up this fashionable theme. Ultimately, the number of ways to tie a sarong is left up to your own creativity. The same goes for the various ways you can wear one, too.

The main choice is as a cover up for your swimsuit when headed to or from the water, but there are ways you can layer it and turn it into different looks. A few sarongs and swimsuits will have you nearly covered. The choice is up to you! For short sarongs or a style that leaves a gap between fabric like with the toga or simple knot tie methods, pair with shorts for a chic look.

Play around with matching colors and prints and slip on a pair of designer sandals to complete your outfit. A colorful sarong with white shorts is a striking look for summer. You can also opt for a minimalist look with a black-on-black sarong.

You can mix-and-match in several ways to meet the destination, occasion, or your mood for the day. Create a sexy silhouette by adding a belt to the bandeau or halter styles. Let the sarong shine as the main fashion piece but add a skinny belt made of straw, a scarf, or other lightweight material to add shape to your look but still keep things breezy. Accessories always make a look more fun and can easily add a touch of elegance to pair with your sarong. An armful of delicate bangles or a pair of dangly earrings are a stylish combination to keep the look carefree.

A long necklace and the bandeau style or a brooch pin to hold your toga together are also ways to make a fashion statement without needing too many extras. A sarong also works well as a makeshift shawl, towel, or scarf if you want to cover your shoulders only. It can also be folded in half and tied as a billowy shirt.

How to Tie a Sarong

There are plenty of ways to create effortless styles with only a few pieces. A chic caftan, stylish maxi skirt, tunic, or a pair of wide-leg pants can also be great packing options when deciding what to wear.

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These all work well over a bathing suit or one-piece to wear all season long. A caftan is a smart choice if you want more coverage from the sun. The Black Emily Caftan hits mid-calf with thigh-high side slits that embodies boho chic. For a throwback look, add a scarf around the neck or use it as a headband and keep the ends loose to achieve a chic, effortless look.

A maxi skirt can be paired with your swimsuit top or you can slip on a cotton, button-down shirt and tie in the front. Add a printed t-shirt and sneakers for a sportier look or a classic tank top when lounging for the afternoon. Depending on the design of your maxi skirt, you can also pull it higher and up over your chest to create a strapless dress instead. Tunics are a shorter alternative to maxi skirts or caftans. They still cover the shoulders and chest area but typically hit mid-thigh rather than go full-length.

Tunics are one-piece pullovers that offer coverage that work well for city-exploring. Cover ups like the Flower Amber Tunic or the Arena Amber Tunic have side cutouts for a flirty look that creates a sleek silhouette. Finally, throughout your travels, there may be areas where even more coverage is required. A pair of wide-leg pants are easy to slip on over your swimsuit while still remaining comfortable. All of these cover up options are easy to roll up and fit into a bag or suitcase and take with you on your next day trip or weekend getaway.

Make the most of your packing list no matter where you go by adding a sarong or one of these alternative pieces to the mix. Swimsuits and cover ups are must-haves for the beach. There are also a few extra items you can throw in your tote to make sure you have all you need when headed to the shore. Sun protection tops the list. This includes sunscreen, sunglasses, and a sun hat if you want more coverage for your ears and neck.

If you plan to take part in water activities or hike nearby, pack a pair of shoes with a sturdier sole and shorts to allow you to explore comfortably.

How to tie a sarong and use it as a beach dress!

Pack the beach essentials first and then add anything you may need for a day of adventuring. When it comes to summer fashion or packing for your next exotic trip, remember that looking effortless is key. Simply hold the sarong at your back near the waist and bring both ends together to tie a knot. There will be a slit which you can leave at the side or move to the front. To make a shorter skirt, simply fold the sarong in half first before bringing the ends together to tie.

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Make a bow, double knot it, or secure with a hair tie in a pinch. It all works well for this simple style. Create a halter look by holding the sarong at your back behind your shoulders and grabbing each end. Bring each side under your arms and to the front. Pull the right end toward the left side and the left end toward the right. Tie the ends together at the base of your neck as loosely or tightly as needed. Since this look provides the coverage of a regular summer dress, you can pair the sarong with sandals or wedges and wear to a casual lunch or dinner or for an afternoon of shopping.

It can allow you an outfit change without having to find a dressing room nearby. For a floaty, boho look, start with the sarong at your back and bring to the front under your arms, similar to how you start the halter style. Rather than tie at the nape of your neck, wrap the sarong evenly around the body and tie a bow at the front, back, or side. Tuck in any uneven pieces if you want a more streamlined look or leave loose for a more laid-back version.

Wear with your favorite flip-flops and add a few arm bangles, a pair of feather or hoop earrings, or a straw tote to complete the look. The goal is to keep things simple and laid-back when wearing a sarong wrap. Tie both corners of your sarong together at each end of the fabric to create two arm holes. Slip it on like a shawl for a kimono-like trend. If you want to make it easier, drape the sarong over your shoulders and allow it to drape similar to a cape with no tying required.

Instead, cross the two ends under one arm and pull to the shoulder to tie at the top. It will create an open slit on the side, which you can hold together with safety pin if you want to partially close it. Pair with gladiator sandals and an arm cuff to play up this fashionable theme.

Ultimately, the number of ways to tie a sarong is left up to your own creativity. The same goes for the various ways you can wear one, too. The main choice is as a cover up for your swimsuit when headed to or from the water, but there are ways you can layer it and turn it into different looks. A few sarongs and swimsuits will have you nearly covered. The choice is up to you! For short sarongs or a style that leaves a gap between fabric like with the toga or simple knot tie methods, pair with shorts for a chic look. Play around with matching colors and prints and slip on a pair of designer sandals to complete your outfit.

A colorful sarong with white shorts is a striking look for summer.

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12 Sexiest Ways to Tie a Sarong

You can also opt for a minimalist look with a black-on-black sarong. You can mix-and-match in several ways to meet the destination, occasion, or your mood for the day. Create a sexy silhouette by adding a belt to the bandeau or halter styles. Let the sarong shine as the main fashion piece but add a skinny belt made of straw, a scarf, or other lightweight material to add shape to your look but still keep things breezy.

12 Sexiest Ways to Tie a Sarong

Accessories always make a look more fun and can easily add a touch of elegance to pair with your sarong. An armful of delicate bangles or a pair of dangly earrings are a stylish combination to keep the look carefree. A long necklace and the bandeau style or a brooch pin to hold your toga together are also ways to make a fashion statement without needing too many extras. A sarong also works well as a makeshift shawl, towel, or scarf if you want to cover your shoulders only.

It can also be folded in half and tied as a billowy shirt. There are plenty of ways to create effortless styles with only a few pieces. A chic caftan, stylish maxi skirt, tunic, or a pair of wide-leg pants can also be great packing options when deciding what to wear. These all work well over a bathing suit or one-piece to wear all season long. A caftan is a smart choice if you want more coverage from the sun. The Black Emily Caftan hits mid-calf with thigh-high side slits that embodies boho chic.

For a throwback look, add a scarf around the neck or use it as a headband and keep the ends loose to achieve a chic, effortless look.