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Sarong & Pareo

Boho Pareo & Sarong: the essence of carefree style by the sea

Embrace the carefree spirit of the seaside with our collection of boho pareos and sarongs. These versatile, vibrant pieces reflect boho style, characterized by freedom, color and joie de vivre. 

Made from light, flowing fabrics, our pareos and sarongs are ideal for draping in style for a day at the beach, adding a layer of sophistication to your swimsuit. 

Their bold patterns and vibrant colors capture the essence of tropical exoticism, transporting you to sunny beaches wherever you may be.
But the beauty of boho pareos and sarongs also lies in their versatility. You can turn them into a dress, skirt, top or even use them as a beach blanket, giving you a range of possibilities for expressing your personal style.

What is the difference between a sarong and pareo ?

The terms "sarong" and "pareo" are often used interchangeably in the fashion world, but they have different origins and can sometimes refer to slightly distinct styles. 

A "sarong" is traditionally a garment worn in various parts of South and Southeast Asia, including Indonesia, Malaysia and the Philippines. It is generally a large piece of fabric that can be wrapped around the body and worn in a variety of ways, as a long skirt, dress or top. 

On the other hand, the "pareo" is a term of Tahitian origin, used in Polynesia to designate a fabric similar to the sarong. It is usually worn around the waist or wrapped around the body in various ways

In terms of function and style, there's little difference between a sarong and a pareo. Both are versatile, lightweight pieces of fabric that can be used in a variety of ways, and both are favorites for the beach or pool because of their casual style and ease of use. 

How do you tie a sarong ?

Tying a sarong is a simple process that offers many styling possibilities. Take your sarong and unfold it completely.

Wrap the sarong around your waist, so that its ends meet on the side of your hip or in the middle of your body. Make sure the fabric is well spread out, to avoid unnecessary creases.

Take both ends of the sarong and tie a knot. You can tie a single knot for a casual look, or a double knot for added security. Adjust the knot to a comfortable height on your hip.

Finally, adjust the drape of the sarong so that it falls flatteringly. You can let it fall loosely for a casual look, or tighten it a little for a more structured look.

How do you tie a pareo ?

Tying a pareo is a simple art that lets you explore a multitude of styles. Start by unfolding your pareo completely. Hold it horizontally in front of you.

Pass the pareo behind your back and hold both ends in front of you. Make sure the fabric covers your back.

Bring both ends in front of you, level with your chest. Cross the ends to create a V-neckline, then tie a knot or twist with the ends to secure the pareo.

Adjust the fabric so that it falls nicely on your body and shows you off to best advantage. You can let the fabric float freely for a more casual look, or tighten the bow for a more structured silhouette.

And voila, you've created an elegant beach dress from a simple pareo! Don't forget that pareo is a very versatile garment, so don't hesitate to experiment with different styles of bows and draping. 

Our boho clothing collections

Our collection of boho pareos and sarongs is the ultimate expression of the freedom and carefree spirit that characterize boho style. Whether you're basking in the sun or dancing to the rhythm of the waves, our boho pareos and sarongs are here to add a touch of color and creativity to your adventures.

Explore our collection and let these wonderful fabrics take you on a journey of style and expression.

If you're charmed by the versatility and exoticism of our collection of boho sarongs and pareos, we invite you to explore our beautiful collection of Boho Skirts. They're the perfect choice for adding a touch of boho grace to your wardrobe, whether for a stroll around town, a night out with friends or a day at the beach.