You may know the basic way to wear a sarong: the jump-in, wrap and tuck method. But LOVI has broken the barrier to take us into the future with innovative, stylish ways to drape a sarong. Here are some of the first we’ve tried. Although model by a man and woman, they are unisex in style. Let us know how you wear with your pictures at #loviceylon www.lovisarongs.com
1. The ‘James Dean’
- Once inside the sarong, pull all of the fabric to the right, ensuring the pocket is on the left.
- Fold fully towards your left from the corner to keep enough leg spacing for dancing around. Crease it till the very end.
- Loop the custom LOVI cord through the back loop and tie the knot from the front towards the left corner.
2. The ‘Audrey Hepburn’
- Watch out for those curves, while placing the right side pocket to the right thigh.
Place the sarong lining slightly above waist area to keep the length sassy. It’s all about the length!
Cut it from the left side towards the back and do a simple single drape to finish off with cord knot on front.
3. The ‘Grace Kelly’
- Nothing beats a minimal look. Place the pocket at medium hand length towards your right
- Pull back the lengthy end of the sarong, so the front is sleek cut.
- Place the finishing end on the back right and tie it with the ends lining with the cord in front.
4. The ‘Marlon Brando’
- Line up the sarong towards your right side with the pocket hanging in the right thigh.
- Keep it plain on the front, Brando style! Pull back the finishing end toward the right side.
- Keep leg spacing as you please to move about with ease among the ladies or gents and tie it in front with the aglets hanging down.
5. The ‘Marilyn Monroe’
Place the sarong at the right with the pocket in a fixed position. Always keep a favorite lipstick in that pocket!
Cut the hanging end from the left back corner towards the front, with leg spacing comfortable: Monroe was all about that walk.
Drape it from the front with a narrow small drape, and tie a knot with the cord in the middle! Ta da! Snap snap. Pose for the pictures, ladies.