Sarongs As Slings And Things

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SereneScene - August 24

Sarongs are wonderful accessories to have with a child. What is a sarong? Sarongs are long cuts of beautiful fabric that can be used in countless ways. The Indonesian people have used them for at least 1000 years. It surprises me that so many people are unaware of this awesome fashion. In Indonesia, where my family is from, you will see mothers using sarongs as baby slings, baby blankets, and baby shades in addition to wearing them. A sarong is very portable and versatile. It folds up very easily and will fit almost anywhere. They embody freedom while making a fashion statement. Maintain your style; there is no reason to let a newborn slow you down. I have looked around and found that 1worldsarongs . com sells the highest quality sarongs and clothing in the largest variety of styles. This includes traditional sarongs (with original batik designs), plus sized sarongs, embroidered sarongs, hand painted sarongs, fringed sarongs, fringeless sarongs, half sarongs, sheer sarongs, gauze sarongs, along with dresses and skirts. 1 World Sarongs is a fair-trade business and everything is handmade in Indonesia. They even go the extra mile and donate 10% of their profits to the Red Cross. Some of their designs include: Hibiscus, floral, tie-dye, animal prints, seash__l, Hawaiian, Sun, Celtic, smoke, bamboo, plumeria, butterfly, dragonfly, baliku, and dragon. I was browsing the site and found a discount code for you all; Use the code "new-member" with your first sarong and pareo purchase to receive a 10% discount on your order. I hope I have contributed some helpful info to all those mothers, and soon to be mothers, out there! Feel free to add other usage suggestions and ideas. This IS NOT spam. Please do not mark it as so.

 

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