Presenting the ByGungur Sarong, classic beachwear reimagined in line with our unique fusion design, adaptable wear concept. The ByGungur Sarong can be worn as a multi use beach dress or wrap skirt. As all our designs it adapts to your body to give the perfect, most flattering fit to your body shape. We’ve added straps finished with little bells to give increased adaptability and versatility.
These stunning block print sarongs are made using the Bagru technique, a traditional Indian block print method. This means that each hand made and stamped sarong is an authentic piece of craftsmanship, a one off design you won’t find anywhere else.
We’ve carefully chosen each print design to combine with our Kimono Sarongs and Sarong Tops, so you can wear each piece alone or create a complete outfit.
Take a look at our tutorial section to see the different ways to wear the ByGungur Sarong, or get creative and find your own way.
The fabric is a fine hand-printed 100% Cotton voile.
Taking care of your clothes is taking care of the environment. Washing at low temperatures and using gentle spin cycles are more delicate with the garments, helping to maintain the color, shape, and structure of the fabric.
At the same time, it reduces the energy consumption used in the care processes.
Machine wash at 30ºC maximum temperature – short spin
DO NOT MIX WITH OTHER GARMENTS. May bleed
Don’t use bleach or bleaching agents
Iron at 110ºC maximum temperature
Don’t dry clean.
Don’t put in the dryer.
• NOTE 1: The color of the product may vary from the image. This is due to the difference in calibration of the screens of different devices from which it is viewed.
• NOTE 2: We have selected these sarongs with Bygüngur’s own style, but it is still a handmade product. For this reason, there is always an element of human error, whether it be a block print design overlapping or areas with variations in color intensity. However, for us, beauty lies in imperfection. No two sarongs are alike. They are unique pieces of art.
• Due to the 100% handmade printing technique, the sarongs may contain some imperfections in printing.