The sarong, also known as a wrap, is an all-purpose garment. It is the perfect accessory for the beach. Made from 100% viscose, a fiber made from renewable resources, it is handmade and dyed in Bali. Despite its fineness, the fabric is light, soft and absorbent. It also dries very quickly.
A sarong can be used in many ways, including as a beach dress, wrap skirt, shawl, headscarf or bathing towel. It is a practical companion not only on the beach, but also at home, in the garden, at the lake or in the sauna. The sarong can be washed with similar colors at 30 degrees. Hang to dry.
With the purchase of a sarong, you support small artisan businesses and their families in Bali. Each sarong is unique and may vary slightly in color and size. The difference between a pareo and a sarong is mainly in their origin. The pareo comes from the west, from the Cook Islands or Tahiti. The sarong comes from the East, more specifically from South Asia.Otherwise, both beach accessories are worn like wrap skirts or simply to lie down and enjoy.