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Vibrant Beach Sarong
Vibrant Beach Sarong
Vibrant Beach Sarong
Vibrant Beach Sarong
Vibrant Beach Sarong
Vibrant Beach Sarong
Vibrant Beach Sarong
Vibrant Beach Sarong
Vibrant Beach Sarong
Vibrant Beach Sarong
Vibrant Beach Sarong
Vibrant Beach Sarong
Vibrant Beach Sarong
Vibrant Beach Sarong
Vibrant Beach Sarong
Vibrant Beach Sarong
Vibrant Beach Sarong
Vibrant Beach Sarong
Vibrant Beach Sarong
Vibrant Beach Sarong
Vibrant Beach Sarong
Vibrant Beach Sarong
Vibrant Beach Sarong
Vibrant Beach Sarong
Vibrant Beach Sarong
Vibrant Beach Sarong
Vibrant Beach Sarong
Vibrant Beach Sarong
Vibrant Beach Sarong
Vibrant Beach Sarong
Vibrant Beach Sarong

Vibrant Beach Sarong

$32.00

The vibrant beach sarong will add a pop of color to bathing suits or summer outfits. For summer nights when you need a light shawl or strolls to the beach when you want a cover up around your waist. The beach sarongs are handwoven by the women of Sololá in the Guatemalan highlands, using traditional techniques for weaving the garments. The beach sarongs are offered in a variety of vibrant colors to choose from and are incredibly versatile and work well as a light weight scarf, headwrap or even a belt. The scarves are small and will fit perfectly into a purse or a bag, making them easy to travel with to instantly transform any outfit. Our Trama Textile cooperative, enables our weavers to earn a fair wage, while preserving ancestral traditions.

What do you need to know?
Material: 100% Rio Blanco Cotton
Size: 6” x 63” (16cm x 160cm)
Care: Hand-wash in cold water, treat stains with mild detergent, lay flat to air dry
Made in: Sololá, Guatemala

As all our products are handmade, you may notice small irregularities. These are not faults but simply unique features resulting from the artisan nature of the techniques used to make our products.

Impact: By purchasing TRAMA products, you are providing a fair wage to the women and helping to preserve cultural traditions of the indigenous people of the highlands of Guatemala.