3 super easy, super stylish ways to tie a sarong

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Hold the sarong by a long edge in front of you. Pull the top corners under your arms and cross in the back, then bring corners to the front again, securing in a snug knot just about your waist.
Pareo tribal deluxe scarf, $90, Anita.


The halter

Hold the sarong by a short edge and tie the top corners behind your neck. Grab the outer edges at your hips, fold fabric up to waist and pull edges around behind you, securing in a knot at your lower back. Use a large sarong so there’s no gaping at the back.
Echo tropical print scarf, $78, The Bay.


The twist

Hold the top corners of a long edge of the sarong behind your back (like you would a bath towel). Bring the corners to the front under your arms and twist around each other a couple of times at the neckline, then wrap the corners around your neck and tie at the back.
Echo chevron framed printed scarf, $44, The Bay.

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