The simplest and most ancient Gehennese garment is a length of cloth (usually brightly coloured) wrapped twice around the waist or hips or above the bust and secured with a knot or twist, or by tucking the ends in, or by rolling the top down. According to taste and circumstances the sarong may be worn at any length from mid-thigh to ankle.

The sarong is an informal garment, worn under relaxed circumstances.

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