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What Does "freesize" Mean For Clothes?

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I know this is a stupid question but i need to know!
I was just wondering. I'm interested in buying clothes from Survey's but i don't have a clue what free size means? does it fit everysize, or does it only fit an XSmall?

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I've bought a good amount of clothes from Korea and China now and I can tell you that freesize is pretty meaningless without some measurements to go by. For the most part I would say they are American size small (since sizes tend run large here retail)

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Guest 쌀국수

it just means it will probably fit several sizes. that it is baggy. sort of like maternity wear. or something like this:

http://www.overstock.com/Clothing/Destinat...s=swing%20shirt

That's not it, I don't think. It's just a size that fits the average built person. Seeing that this term is used in Asia, the size runs a bit smaller than the average American. American sizes, I'd say it's usually between Small and Medium. There are some freesize clothes I fit in and others that I can't.

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That's not it, I don't think. It's just a size that fits the average built person. Seeing that this term is used in Asia, the size runs a bit smaller than the average American. American sizes, I'd say it's usually between Small and Medium. There are some freesize clothes I fit in and others that I can't.

^yea i agree. it really depends with the shirt. or the style//cutting of it. some freesize shirts were made like a size small, or a smaller medium. &from surveys you can probably tell from the pictures they include.

i wear american size m/l &yea, there are some freesize shirts i fit into easily and some that would fit my sister just right &she's a small.

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I wondered, too! But some of the surveys give the measurements in cm and I remembered seeing A&F having both inches+cm size chart so I compared it like that and it came out to be usually a Small size.

My sister bought a freesize top and it was loose, but it looked fine and not baggy.

I have yet to get my first freesize survey item, but I hope it'll fit fine!

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it means that itll fit you if you look about the size of the model thats modeling it...

i got a 'freesize' hoodie once

and im not FAT, but apparently i had to jam my not-stick-skinny-arms into them 'freesize' sleeves -_-

so theyll look good, on a typical thin-petite asian girl -_-

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Guest chocopersian

Free size generally mean S-M, but they sometimes fit L too. I ordered some t-shirts from G-Market, and it felt especially tight around the boob area, and I'm normally a S.

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Guest ichikawaii

i got a freesize shirt online XD

its pretty much a small o_o

luckily i fit it >_>

but its not really something i would always wear since i feel self conscious in it XP

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freesize is a general size...a lot of my clothes are freesize and i fit into them...or they are a bit baggy etc. Many asians are of similar build (in this case...skinny/slim etc) and thus this is what freesize is for. its about a small-medium

Saves trying on stuff lol

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