How to Tie a Sarong
Does your beach cover-up never seem to stay on? Designer Milo Migliavacca—whose batik-print silk wraps are sold at the Four Seasons Resort Bali at Jimbaran Bay—shows how to do it right.
1. Hold unfolded sarong behind your back, leaving excess fabric on left side. Fold right side to middle of waist.
2. Wrap left side across your waist, pulling up the right edge. Continue wrapping around the torso.
3. Switch grips, and tie ends together in a simple double knot at the right hip.
4. Tuck knot and ends into waist and smooth out. Sarong should hang flat and reach below ankles.
Marguerite A. Suozzi is an associate research editor at Travel + Leisure.