There were rich, cozy-looking linens, used for knee-length skirts -- inspired, perhaps, by a sarong.
The woman wears a flowing skirt of gay colors—bright red, green or white—with a silken saya or sarong of many colors.
My shoulders feel bound, too, and as to the sarong it is scandalously short.
The adults, both men and women, wear a sarong (except when the men content themselves with a breech cloth).
The sarong is more to the Malay than is the kilt to the Scotchman.
Most amusing instructions are hung up in the saloon as to the wearing of the sarong and kabaya.
She was dressed in the native fashion, sarong and kabaya, both of purest white.
We swallow it hurriedly, wrap a sarong about us, and take a dip in the sea, the while keeping our eyes open for sharks.
sarong photographed the creature in that overcoat, and spread the picture about the world.
His sarong was caught in the broken branch, and he hung with his head under water.
skirt-like garment, the Malay national garment, 1834, from Malay sarung "sheath, covering." OED traces it to "some mod. form of Skr. saranga "variegated."