Sarong Wraps

Sarongs come in all types of colors, shapes and sizes and so do the women that wear them. That's why plus sized sarong cover-ups are an significant aspect of a sarong website. Some websites claim to specialize in them and then offer only many colors or styles. Others tack on large fees or mark-ups and make the product cost too much to purchase.

Like regular sarong wraps, plus size sarongs are usually made of a soft rayon material and are carefree to care for. We advise an carefree machine wash in a light or delicate cycle. Also we suggest either using a light detergent or no detergent at all. Always wash with like colors and if you're concerned about it running or bleeding, read the label, read the products website or do a fast test in the kitchen sink. Hand washing is always a good rapid way to care for your sarong while also saving water. Line drying and machine drying (on a low heat setting) both fine. If you do use the machine, dry for a short period of time and check on it every 5 minutes (assuming it's by itself). If you find that your sarong is not made of rayon then we advise not using the mentality above and to read the care label on the product. If it does not have one, it may be a good idea to follow care instructions of another clothing article of the same or similar material.

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Plus Size Sarong cover-ups
Plus Size Sarong cover-ups

About Pareos:

In Samoa it is known as a lavalava (also lava-lava). In India similar articles of clothing are the [phanek] in Manipur, dhoti (or dhuti in West Bengali, vertti in Tamil, pancha in Telugu,panche in Kannada and Mundu in Malayalam). Among the other actresses to don the sarong for film roles are Maria Montez, Gilda Gray, Myrna Loy, Gene Tierney, Frances Farmer and Movita. Many modern sarongs also have printed designs, often depicting animals or plants.   

Plus size sarongs are often enough 88 to 94 inches long and most often still the average 45 inches wide (holding it lengthwise). This is frequently to effortlessly configure some of the more detailed dress styles of tying it. Many and various styles are available online, most websites will send instruction and some even sell instruction (don't waste your money buying instructions). These larger pareos are oftentimes fabric for the majority of Plus Sized women to wear, as a dress and as a wrap. Try one on, you'll love it!

If you're looking for a spectacular addition to any wardrobe, try a plus size sarong. They can come as a dress, a skirt, a wrap and much more. Imagine it as a fashionable wrap for when you'd like to add a layer or even be a little little while more modest by covering just a little bit more skin that a sexy dress may cover. This also comes in handy when you want to cover up from the sun when in bright daylight where the sun's rays are most dangerous. Pareos also can make an delightful wrap or shawl that can compliment your curves and hide areas you may not desire to show. There are so many ways to wear a sarong and unfortunately numerous women don't know how to wear them or where to begin when tying them. In fact, that is the most broad question about plus size sarong wraps - how do I tie it? The perfected part is, most websites provide instructions and tying details. All Sarongs without doubt provides an extensive tying instruction PDF and includes links to videos you can watch over and over again online until you have it perfected!