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How to be a

Wrap Queen

The Kini Flowers Playbook

Photography by Alexis Fairbanks and Alexandra Hehlen

Sarong, So Right

Like your favorite cocktail concoction, Kini Flowers can be whatever you want them to be. Learning how to twist and wrap is as easy as “bend, and snap.” We gave them a spin and compiled some sweet styles that’ll keep you covered and cool for the dog days of summer.

TheBikini Cover‑Up

Step 1

Hold the sarong at both ends.

Step 2

Wrap it around your hips, and double tie the ends below your belly button or at either hip.

The
Halter Top

Step 1

Hold the sarong at both ends.

Step 2

Start with the sarong behind your back, and bring the ends beneath your arms to the front of your body.

Step 3

Cross the ends over each other, creating a big “X” at your collarbone.

Step 4

Tie the ends behind your neck.

The
Twist'N'Tie

Step 1

Hold the sarong at both ends.

Step 2

Start with the sarong behind your back, and bring the ends beneath your arms to the front of your body.

Step 3

Tie the ends just once (not into a knot) at your chest.

Step 4

Tie the ends behind your neck.

The Option

Twirl the individual ends and then twist them together for about two inches before tying them behind your neck.

The
Sweet Heart

Step 1

Hold the sarong at both ends.

Step 2

Start with the sarong behind your back, and bring the ends beneath your arms to the front of your body.

Step 3

Double tie the ends in front, tight enough so that the sarong fits as a strapless top.

The
Tube Top

Step 1

Hold the sarong at both ends.

Step 2

Wrap the sarong over the front of your body, pulling the ends underneath your arms to your back.

Step 3

Tie the ends in a knot or bow at your back.

The
Last Shawl

Step 1

Drape the sarong over your shoulders, with the longer, straight side behind your neck.

The Option

Tie the two ends in a knot at your chest. Or pull the ends underneath your arms and behind your back, tying them in a small bow for more structure.

Well Ladies, That's a Wrap

From Bali to the Big Apple, Hawaii to Colombia, early bloomers have already started wrapping freestyle. We’re handing it over now so you can give it a twirl and show us what you got. Tag @kennyflowers_ for a chance to be a featured wrap queen.

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