Introducing our stunning silk sarong, featuring a floral pattern inspired by the sacred flower Nerium.
This beautiful handmade sarong is made of exquisite Indonesian silk, renowned for its softness, durability, and luxurious feel. The sarong features a stunning floral design with vibrant colors of blue, pink, and black, making it a perfect accessory to add a pop of color to any outfit.
The floral pattern is carefully crafted by skilled artisans, with each petal and leaf thoughtfully placed to create a harmonious and elegant design. The sarong’s lightweight fabric makes it perfect for layering, and its generous size allows for versatile styling options.
Whether worn as a scarf, wrap, or draped over the shoulders, this handmade sarong is sure to make a statement. It's a true work of art, combining traditional craftsmanship with contemporary style. This shawl is a must-have for anyone who appreciates the beauty of handmade products and the artistry of Indonesian silk.
Designed by Divya Threads
Handmade in Indonesia
Size and Dimensions
Standard Shawl Size - One Size 160cm x 100cm
Ways to wear your Divya Threads sarong
Silk scarves are versatile accessories that can add a touch of elegance and style to any outfit. Here are some ways to wear a silk sarong:
Around your neck: One of the most common ways to wear a silk scarf is to tie it around your neck. You can either knot it loosely or tie it tightly, depending on the look you are going for. This style works well with both casual and formal outfits.
As a headband: You can also wear a silk scarf as a headband. Simply fold it in half and tie it around your head, making sure to leave the knot at the nape of your neck.
On your bag: Another way to incorporate a silk scarf into your outfit is to tie it onto your handbag or purse. This is a great way to add a pop of color or pattern to your accessory.
As a belt: You can also use a silk scarf as a belt. Simply fold it in half and tie it around your waist, either over a dress or a pair of pants.
As a wrist accessory: If you have a small silk scarf, you can also tie it around your wrist to add a bit of color to your outfit.
In your hair: You can also tie a silk scarf around your ponytail or bun to add a touch of elegance and style to your hairstyle.
As a top: With a larger scarf, you can create a top by tying it around your torso in different ways.
Hip Sarong: perfect for the beach, summer holidays, vacations, poolside Shoulder Cover Shawl: perfect to keep you sheltered and comfortable from hot or cold temperatures as well as making you look elegant
Decor: It is even large enough that can be used as a wall hanging design or beach throw
Remember to experiment and have fun with your silk scarf, as there are endless possibilities when it comes to styling this accessory!
Washing and care for your silk garment
Silk is a luxurious and delicate fabric that requires special care when washing to maintain its shine and texture. Here are some tips on how to care for and wash a silk garment:
Hand wash: If your silk garment can be washed at home, fill a clean sink or basin with lukewarm water and a gentle detergent made specifically for silk. Avoid using regular laundry detergent, bleach, or fabric softener, as these can damage the fibers. Gently swirl the garment in the soapy water for a few minutes, then rinse thoroughly with cool water.
Don't wring: Do not wring or twist the silk garment to remove excess water. Instead, gently press the water out with a clean towel or let it hang dry.
Iron carefully: If the silk garment is wrinkled, iron it on the lowest setting while it is still slightly damp. Use a pressing cloth to protect the fabric and avoid direct contact between the iron and the silk.
Store carefully: When storing silk garments, fold them loosely and place them in a breathable storage bag or container. Avoid hanging silk garments for extended periods, as this can cause stretching and distortion.