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8 Ways to Style Your Sarong for Any Summer Occasion

When styled correctly, sarongs are the new skirts. Sarongs are often worn as beach covers over swimwear. However, we think that they can also add a touch of elegance to your favorite summer looks. The sarong can be worn in the city or on nights out. Are you ready to give this item a truly innovative, trend-forward spin? Here are eight different ways to wear a sarong to enhance your summer style.

Summer Indie Sleaze

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Good American / All Saints Byrdie

Monochrome looks are a great way to stay on trend, even if you’re just lounging around the pool. This all-black Good American ensemble will keep you stylish and on-trend as you enjoy the summer sun. With a trendy woven tote, you can carry all the essentials for a seaside party girl.

From Beach to Brunch

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Andrea Iyamah/ Bergdorf-Goodman/ Brother Vellies/ Net-a porter

You’ve found the perfect place to find swimwear that works overtime. The one-piece swimsuit from Andrea Iyamah can be worn as a bodysuit or paired with a printed scarf. Style it with your favorite sandals, and finish the look in Positano with a summer bag.

Keep It Classy

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Solkissed/ Solid and Striped/ Monica Vinader

A classic mini sarong is an investment you’ll never regret. Wear a stylish black one-piece with a matching wrap to your next summer soiree. Silver accessories will add some dimension to an all-black look.

Sandy Hues

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Skims / Robin Piccone / Otra Eyewear

This Skims sarong will be a great addition to your wardrobe if you like minimalistic designs and neutral colors. This sarong is dressy enough for everyday wear, but casual enough to layer on top of your favorite swimsuit.

As a Dress

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OAS Company / Andrea Iyamah/ Beek Shop

Try wearing your sarong as a dress rather than a skirt if you want to try something new. This gorgeous hand-printed, sarong is perfect for going from the beach to dinner. Slick your hair to give it a polished look.

Less is More

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Revolve / Oseree / Shopbop

This trend for micro mini skirts is still strong. A smaller sarong would be a great way to try it out, since you could wear it at the pool or on the beach. Kulani Kinis’ style is perfect for a sparkling swimsuit.

Crochet Chic

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Revolve / Jade Swim

Crochet is the material to have this season. Choose a crocheted maxi skirt, like this one from Beach Riot, for a look that is both fashionable and functional. Combine it with a crochet top that isn’t the same color as your skirt for extra coverage.

Structure play

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Eric Javits / Maisonette / Favorite Daughter

You can’t decide if you want to embody a siren-like aesthetic for the office or a carefree summer vibe. Combine a sarong in a bright color with a structured jacket to embrace both. Add a dramatic sunhat to the look for a striking finish.

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