Whether as a scarf, skirt, top or halter dress: This summer, the sarong is everywhere. Wrapped or knotted, this trendy piece of fabric offers multiple styling possibilities. And the best thing is: With every purchase of a 0.75 ml bottle of Mionetto Prosecco, you will receive a free, stylish, orange sarong in the Mionetto design (while stocks last).
Now all you need to know is how to turn the sarong into a summer top or bandana, and how can you use the fabric to jazz up other accessories – your favourite handbag, for example? Fashion blogger Kim Umlauf knows all and will let you in on a variety of sarong styling options this summer, at instagram and the POS as well as in our exclusive on my-sparkling-wine.com
For a summer hairstyle, first lay the sarong out flat in front of you. Take the upper left corner and fold the tip towards the middle of the fabric. Don’t forget to smooth it out! Now do the same with the opposite corner. When you are done, the tips should meet in the middle. Starting at the upper left corner again, fold the diagonal edge once towards the middle of the fabric. Repeat on the opposite side. Now simply fold the fabric in half lengthwise. Make sure the bottom edge is right on top of the upper one. And you’re done! Now simply tie the folded sarong loosely around your head for a casual summer look.
If you like wearing off-the-shoulder tops in summer, this sarong styling might be the one for you. First, hold the sarong behind you. Now cross the two ends in front of you, and then again. Pull the ends around you on the left and right, keeping them below your breasts, and tie them behind your back in a tight knot. Enjoy your new look!
The sarong can also highlight your summer outfit, for example as a fluttering belt to complement your skirt. To create this look, simply twist the sarong, place it around your hips and pull one of the ends through the inner loop from bottom to top. That’s all it takes to create a great effect!
If you like, you can also just wear the sarong around your neck as a light scarf or turn it into a headscarf for a trip out in the convertible. Play around with the fabric to find out what you like and enjoy a sparkling summer with Mionetto Prosecco.