What is a Sarong ?
A Sarong can mean different things to different people. It is known by different names across countries and time in history.
People in the South Pacific islands of Tahiti and Hawaii call sarongs. In France it is known as "Pareo". It has origins in the Southeast Asian countries as well such as Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia and the Phillipinnes where it is known as a "Surong". In India a similar garment is known as "Sri". While in Africa they refer to it as "Kanga". Surprisingly it was present in ancient times of Rome and Greece where it was called as "Toga".
We choose to use the the most popular name "Sarong".
There are many names, however there even more ways to use a sarong!!!
Sometimes people refer to Sarong as a bathing suit cover-up, expression of art or simply sarong.
A study of customer feedback reveals that people use it for creatively adorable uses:
1. Awesome Dress
3. Wall Hanging or Wall Art
4. Accents in the bedroom or living.
5. Comfortable and Sexy Skirt
6. Bathing Suit Cover-up
7. A Smart Shawl / Scarf
8. Table Cover
9. Seat / Couch Cover
10. Beach Blanket
11. Turban to tie you hair when you have just come out of shower or it's one of those bad hair days !
13. A cropped or Tie Shirt / Blouse
14. Fabric to Make Clothing
15. Halter Dress
16. Over the Shoulder Mini Dress
17. Goddess Dress
18. Shorts or Pants
19. Whatever your heart desires !
If you have a new use.
Please email us your new creative use with photos.
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La Leela Team !