Sarongs are single pieces of fabric wrapped around the body and worn as either a skirt or a full-body wrap. The demand of pareos is depend on the region of world. They may be worn by both men and women, depending on the culture, and are traditionally found throughout much of south-east Asia, India and the Pacific islands. They have become popular in the global mainstream and are available in a staggering array of styles, colors and fabrics.
Now day’s cotton fabrics are widely used to design pareos. The sarong is common wear for women, in formal settings with a kebaya blouse. Malay men wear sarongs in public only when attending Friday prayers at the mosque, but sarongs remain very common casual wear at home for men and women of all ethnicities and religions in Brunei, Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Sri Lanka, and much of the Indian subcontinent.
Scarves are worn successfully and stylishly by both genders. A scarf is a piece of cloth that tied or wrapped around one’s neck, head, shoulders, or waist. This type of garment is worn for warmth, fashion, or even religious or cultural reasons. Typical scarves are used to keep warm during cold months as well as to keep one’s hair clean in dry and dusty climates.
Now days scarf with pareos are most trendy and popular fashion in latest generation. All scarves can create the same effect or style. There are three basic scarf shapes: square, rectangle, and triangle. Scarves are purchased based on a practical or utilitarian purpose or simply because the person fancies the color or design.