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The **Pareo** is a simple garment-- a rectangular piece of cloth about 2 yards in length and 36 to 45 inches wide. It is worn by nearly all Tahitian men, women and children. This special cloth has other uses as well: as curtains, bed covers, car seat covers, beach spreads-- limited only by the imagination. Besides being the preferred garment of many, the pareo is perhaps the single most apparent folk art in French Polynesia. The pareo is a symbol of the Islands.
INDONESIA **SARONG** CATALOG SECTION
Batik sarong offer here are sarong made by batik method, a method that reach its peak in Java, Indonesia. Sarong has lot of name. Some call this rectangular cuts of light silky rayon fabric as wraparound, pareo, pareau, pakome (Thailand), lava-lava (Samoa), sulu (Fiji), canga (Brazil), malo (Tonga), or lunghi. Whatever people call it, they refers to the same thing, sarong!
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