Traditionally worn by women from South-Asia, the sarong is now popular as one of the most essential beach wear around the world. This long piece of cloth is made up of soft fabric, is worn as a wrap-around skirt or dress and adds glamour to beach holidays. Before you plan for a holiday to the beach, make sure that a couple of dyed and printed sarongs for beach holidays are already in your possession.
Beach sarongs for a smart style statement
We all love to soak up the sun and feel carefree when it comes to beach fashion. While we look forward to wearing our favourite swimwear, kaftans and breezy short dresses, sarongs for beach wear are one of the most essential items for a trip to the beach, especially, if you want to save yourself from getting excessively sunburnt on the beach.
Sarongs with a side slit, can be draped around the waist over bikini bottoms. You can also wrap sarongs around your neck, which also works as a cute cover up for swim tops. Sarongs wrapped around the chest also look good if you want to cover up more, and still be stylish.
While beachwear is meant for alluring fashion that allows you to be carefree, sarongs add a classic charm to your look. Fit for both daytime soirees and evening parties at the beach shacks, wearing sarongs at the beach is a style statement most fashionable women swear by.
Sarong skirts are a statement piece for your wardrobe
The minimalist look and flowing silhouette of the sarong skirt make it one of the most versatile beach attires. Available in solid colours, and also in floral and funky prints, sarongs skirts can be paired up with bikini tops, crop tops, spaghetti tops, off-shoulder tops and tank tops too.
Layered sarong skirts in solid colours or with interesting prints also look great for any casual occasion. Double sarong skirts are perfect for romantic date nights on the beach. You can also opt for a side slit sarong skirt, which will surely turn heads at a beach party. You can also try patchwork sarong skirts, mini draped sarong skirts and sarong skirts with geometric prints depending on the theme of the party.
While we all prefer wild and bright colours on the beach, silk or satin sarong skirts in pastel shades lend a calming effect for a more muted occasion.
To sum it up
Sarongs and sarong skirts can be accessorised abundantly with boho jewellery pieces. neck pieces, bracelets and anklets made with beads and seashells. Make sure you check out the latest collections for sarong sets and sarong skirts by designers like Ritu Kumar, Payal Singhal, Wendell Rodricks amongst many others. There’s something to suit your every mood.