I love the batik print of my sarong.I bought sarongs for myself and hubby while shopping in a Malay shop. A sarong is about a yard wide and two-and-a-half yards long, and is usually wrapped around the waist.
The sarong is commonly worn by Malay people, but it can be a casual wear at home for men and women of all races and religions. For the men, it is worn as a kilt, and as a long skirt by the women.
Women's sarongs have flower motifs and are in brighter colors.
Men's sarongs are in plaid or checkered patterns.
The man's sarong is simple and less colourful.
Wearing a sarong is easy and convenient. No zip or button is required. It keeps your 'jewels' airy and cool too .... as you don't have to put on underwear. hehe.....
First Commenter - Maurica