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What are four ways to tie a sarong?

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Four ways to tie a sarong include the one-shoulder dress, the side-slit dress, the harem pant jumpsuit and the halter dress. To tie a sarong in the one-shoulder style, hold the cloth vertically under one arm and bring the top two corners over the shoulder, securing them with a double knot. Bring the two edges together at the waist and tie them in a double knot as well.

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To tie a sarong in the side-slit dress style, hold the cloth behind the back vertically and wrap it underneath both arms. Tie the top two corners above the bust using a double knot. Bring the two edges together at the waist and tie them together in the front using a double knot. Twist the knot at the waist to the side to create the side slit of the dress.

To tie a sarong into a harem pant jumpsuit, hold the cloth in front of the body vertically and wrap it underneath the arms. Secure the top two corners in the back with a double knot. Gather the bottom of the cloth together in the front and pull it back between the legs. Grab the two corners of the fabric and wrap them around to the front of the waist. Secure the fabric at the waist using a double knot.

To tie a sarong in the halter dress style, hold the cloth in front of the body vertically and tie the top two corners around the neck using a double knot. Keep the cloth in front of the body and twist it to form a keyhole. Gather the edges of the fabric at the waist and tie them behind the back in a double knot.

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