HOW TO WEAR SARONG

Sarong is a must fashion cloth that you should have either at home or bring them with you when you travel. Sarong is lightweight, and doesn’t take space in suitcase and can be easily be dressed up.

It is also a functional beach essentials to have, and can be used in many ways, such as beach towel, beach cover up over your bikini, a simple skirt, or you can tie and turn it into a halter dress for evening dining.

There is a lot other used to, as your creativity.

 Here is some idea how to wear sarongs:

Strapless Dress

This dress is one of the more common ways of wearing a sarong. Holding the fabric length-wise, wrap the sarong from one side of your body to the other. Pull the top corners together tightly and tie or tuck them into the top edge of the dress.

 

Triangle Skirt

An easy, flirty skirt that shows off your legs. Fold opposite corners of the sarong together; don’t worry about the edges matching up perfectly, this skirt is meant to be uneven! Then, point down, wrap the longer edge of your triangle around your waist and tie at the hip.

 

Off-the-Shoulder Dress

A cool and sporty option for the beach or rooftop bar. Starting with the long side of the fabric held parallel with your arm span, place one top corner at the middle of your back and wrap the sarong around until your body is fully covered. Bring the remaining fabric to the front and pull the top corner over your far shoulder to tie with the corner in the center of your back.

 

Backless Halter Top

Show off some skin with this sexy shirt. First, fold a normal-length sarong in half length-wise. Holding the fabric in front of you by the natural corners of the sarong, take both top corners and tie them together behind your neck. Take the corners of the fold and wrap them around your waist, tying them behind your back.

 

Billow Shorts

These colorful shorts are comfy and easy to wear. Take two corners of the sarong so that the fabric is held out in front of you with the longer side parallel to your arm span. Then, wrap the top corners behind you to meet at the small of your back. Take the remaining fabric and pull it front to back between your legs, and tuck or tie it into the waist.

 

Mini Skirt

This cute and flirty mini skirt is perfect as a cover up over a swimsuit or paired with a tank top for a day on the boardwalk. Gather the corners of each short side together and wrap the fabric in one hand fully around your body until you are covered on all sides. Then, tie both bunches together in a knot or twist.

 

Modern Toga

Old-world technique meets new-age chic! Once again, hold the top corners of your sarong horizontally along your arm span. From behind, bring your arms and the fabric forward under your armpits to the front. Tightly pull one side under the opposite arm, and take the other corner over the opposite shoulder to form the sleeve. Pull the two corners together and tie in a knot.

 

Elegant Shawl or Shoulder Wrap

This shoulder wrap is the perfect sunny accessory for a sundress. First, fold the sarong in half diagonally so that the corners meet. Next, drape it over your shoulders. You can either tie the knot at your sternum for a classic shawl look, or move the knot to your shoulder for a fashionable asymmetrical look.

A sarong is one of the most useful beach essentials to have. Aside from adding color and flair to your beach fashion, its functionality and versatility also allows it to be used in other ways, such as a beach towel. There are a number of ways to tie and wear a sarong, from simple tie skirts to colorful halter dresses. Learn a few of the ways in which you can tie a sarong and maximize its versatility.

COMPANY HISTORY

BALI SARONG, a clothing manufacture and exporter base in Bali, Indonesia.

 

Start in 2000,  from a small operation production to earn more income after working hours.

 

Now business grows and have over than 100 in house workers and couple

hundreds outsource workers.

 

We are running 3000 m2 factory and 2,600 m2 printing & dyeing in house factory.

 

We have been exporting sarong and clothing mostly to USA, Mexico, Carribean, Australia,

Spain, Holland, New Calledonia, South Afrika,Panama, Puerto Rico and much more country for 16 years.

 

We do our best to be a trustable manufacturer and exporter that provide a good quality

line in competitive price.

 

 

WHAT WE SELL:

 

We have been exporting for more than 16 years.

Our main products are beachwear and pareos.

 

You will find a lot of different kind of sarongs and many style of beachwear such as skirt, manshirt, poncho, beach cover up, pants, ladies shirt, dresses, kid clothing as well.

 

Our product mostly made of rayon in several different quality depend on customer request. Bu we also make some item in cotton too if it needed.

 

 

PRODUCTION PROCESS:

 

Most of the production made in our factory. Fabric purchase are in white fabric, and we do printing or batik stamp, or tie dye over the fabric.

 

 

There is several type of batik technique for our fabric.

Most of fabric we use are hand works, even though we also use digital printing or rotary printing. But about 85% of our product is using the hand work technique.

We normally decide process base on the design. Some design, might be good using wax stamp or some might be good using printing. It depend on how many color you want, the size of the motif, and what effect on the fabric you want.

Some customer choose wax batik stamp instead of silk screen printing because the wax batik stamp front or back side are same, in the other hand the silk screen printing the backside is white as pic shown below (insert wax stamp batik and silk screen printing that can show the different).

Or some prefer rotary machine printing because it can do a lot color (it can 8 colors on the design) instead of the silk screen printing when the order qty allow.  Picture shown below is the silk screen printing and the rotary machine printing (insert silk screen printing and rotary machine print)

Whenever you want to make custom design sarongs, feel free to send us the design and we can suggest what process might be the best.

Here is the process we normally use for our fabric:

 

Wax batik stamp :

It is an old and traditional technique that has been years used. It start from stamping wax using design brass stamp OVER white fabric or color fabric and then do another dyeing.

 

There is several category using this technique:

  1. Mono color / white stamp sarongs/fabric:

Process: stamping design brass over white fabric. Here is some picture of the production process to make it understand the process.

(insert production process),

So the result is color background on white design as the picture below: (insert white stamp sarongs)

 

  1. Double Process sarong/fabric:

Process: Dyeing the fabric, and then stamping design brass over color fabric (longer process than mono color). Here pic of production process. (insert production process)

So the result is color background and another color on the design. As there is another process on them, it cost more expensive than mono color as below pic: insert double process sarongs)

  1. Full stamp sarong / Fabric :

Process: same as the above process, the only different is that the design is full all over the sarongs, so it need more wax and taking more time. (insert full stamp sarongs process), and off course it is more expensive as it cost more to make them. Here is some full stamp result:

(insert full stamp sarongs)

 

  1. Solid dyeing sarong / fabric

Process: colouring fabric using traditional technique

(insert solid dyeing process),

and here is some solid sarong/fabric:

(insert solid sarongs/fabric pic)

 

 

  1. Tie dye sarong / fabric

Process: colouring fabric using various type of tie. The more difficult type of dyeing fabric, different cost too.

(insert pic production process)

Here is some tie dye sarong / fabric:

(insert tie dye sarong/fabric pic)

 

 

  1. Silk screen printing:

Process: printing design over fabric using silk screen over fabric.

Price can be different depend on how many color used, that is imply to how many screen used. The more color, price will be more too as it need more working process. But most of the time maximum screen can be done is 5 screen/5 colors.

(Insert pic of production process)

Here is some silk screen printing

 

 

  1. Digital print fabric: this is machine printing that start used. It is simply printing fabric using machine. But is not used much as the cost still very expensive.

 

  1. Rotary print fabric: this is machine printing do by big manufacture. Normally we order the fabric from big factory. This the perfect printing, but the minimal order quite high.

 

Our handmade batik fabric collections are coming for variety of different color and designs. It is handmade naturally process with full sun drier. If any small inconsistency in color is as part of the process of handmade batik in Indonesia and as unique art of batik.

Some color will come out when the first washing but will not influence to other fabric color. They will lean at the second was process.

 

After fabric ready, we will do next step either cut into sarongs, or cut for clothing.

In sarongs, we cut the fabric in the size we need and then we do sewing at the end of sarongs or do fringe as the request.

And in clothing, after we cut the fabric, we do sewing, and once sewing finish, we check, measure, and pack once each polybag and certain amount in carton box and good ready to be ship.

 

 

pembatik dan bentuk kerjasama

 

We have around 100 workers for us but we also corporate with others to make the product.

We have around 30 batik outsource worker for us.

We gave them fabric, and then they do the working process.

This way, make our price can be competitive, and for the batik outsource worker.

 

 

Fair

We joined several fair both in Indonesia and abroad.

 

Here is some fair we have been join:

  1. Trade expo Indonesia
  2. Hongkong fashion week July
  3. HKTDC gift fair on April
  4. Milan
  5. Mexico

 

 

 

 

SHIPPING COST

 

Once order is completed and final balance have been paid, we will prepare Packing list / invoice for the export documentation, contact cargo/freight forwarder to pick up and we will make sure the cargo/freight forwarder handled your goods properly.

Once the container gone, the original document will be sent to customer at customer cost for CUSTOM CLEARANCE AND IMPORT DUTY.

For air shipment, the original document will be sent together with the goods.

If customer needed an-insurance at customer cost, customer should tell us before the container/air plane shipped.

If customer do not have a cargo/freight forwarder, we will quote using our trustable shipper and or we will give some recommendation of few cargo/freight

forwarder option, customer could negotiate price directly and make own decision.

There are 3 option of shipment: Courier (DHL, TNT, Fed Ex, post office), Air plane, and container(LCL or FC).

Courier is the simplest, fastest at the most expensive cost then the other option. The benefit is customer will receipt in customer house or office because door to door service.

Air plane is fast and suitable for cloths, take around 7 – 10 days working days to arrive. Customer needed to do custom clearance and normally give the jobs to custom broker to taking care with fee at customer cost.

Container is the cheapest way, take longest time, good for sarong, and other heavy goods. Customer needed to do clearance and normally custom broker do this jobs with fee at customer cost.

We are required by law to declare as actual content

We do not ship to PO Box number addresses

Any undeliverable shipment cause of incomplete delivery address being supplied is not our responsibility. Please ensure details shipping fill up correctly with zip code, phone number

Any damaged incurred during shipping is not our responsibility.

Any un-expected delay shipment that sometime happened because of out of our control is not our responsibility

If any order delay from the estimation arrival, please contact for investigation