Strickland, clad only in a pareo, was standing with his back to the door, but he turned round when he heard the sound of boots.
"It's a comfort to get into a pareo when one gets back from town," said Jackson.
He painted her over and over again, sometimes with a pareo on and sometimes with nothing at all.
He pulled a note from the folds of his pareo and tossed it to me with a short laugh.
Arnold Jackson, no longer in spruce ducks, wore nothing but a pareo round his loins and walked barefoot.
I assure you, I can be just as solemn in a pareo and a wreath of roses, as in a high hat and a cut-away coat.
The pareo is a long strip of trade cotton, red or blue, stamped with a white pattern.