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  • n  a loose skirt consisting of brightly colored fabric wrapped around the body; worn by both women and men in the South Pacific

  • The airline is known for (and shamelessly plugs) its beautiful, sarong-clad "Singapore Girls.
  • The man was wearing a mundu, a white sarong, and a blue singlet, and he had been watching me from his balcony for several minutes.
  • Eventually, O Lam Myit, the 75-year-old village patriarch, shuffled up, his eyes milky, his longyi (or sarong) frayed, a ragged prayer cap on his head.
News & Articles

  • Fashion Jewelry Supplier Apparel & Sarong Announces the New Arrival of Rastafarian Friendship ...
    Jewelry and clothing distributor Apparel & Sarong adds new Rastafarian friendship bracelets to its wholesale fashion jewelry catalog. (PRWeb June 12, 2013) Read the full story at
    June 12, 2013 - PRWeb
  • No More Itsy Bitsy Teeny Weeny Bikinis At This Year’s Miss World Pageant
    If you are a fan of the Miss World pageant, this year you will notice something different, none of the contestants will be marching across the stage in an itsy bitsy teeny weeny-- yellow polka dot or otherwise-- bikini. According to the New York Times, the contestants will have to forgo their normal 'skin-flaunting' two piece for a rather modest one-pieces, covered by a sarong. Why the sudden ...
    June 8, 2013 - The Atlanta Post
  • Bikini ban at Miss World pageant. Why?
    Bikini ban? The Miss World pageant says no bikini contest this year. The ban comes amid hard-liner Islamic protests. Contestants must wear traditional Bali sarongs, instead.
    June 7, 2013 - The Christian Science Monitor

  • Nicole Kidman in Entertainmentwise
    According to the Sun, Kidman said recently: "I'd like to be a mum again." "I always thought I'd live on a Fijian Island. I love the idea of being in a sarong, with hair down to my bum and kids following me around."
  • Terri Irwin in
    His sarong still hangs on the bed,Terri writes in the book, according to extracts printed in The Times. "But the reality is sinking in more and more."
  • Jacob Zuma in Independent Online
    Ms Zuma said: "The way she was dressed (in a sarong) I thought she was definitely trying to entice my dad, to sleep with him".

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