Origin of loose-fitting
Examples from the Web for loose-fitting
A loose-fitting, almost Roman dress reflected what Lagerfeld described in the show notes as a “Roman typeface of design.”
The hair melds with his bohemian attitude, and loose-fitting, rarely tailored clothing.
He had opted for loose-fitting maroon pants and a dark grey T-shirt, and seemed more approachable without his robes on.
The man had a beard, and was dressed like the others in ordinary tribal clothing, a loose-fitting shalwar kameez.U.S. Prisoner Bowe Bergdahl’s Failed Attempt to Escape From Taliban|Sami Yousafzai, Ron Moreau|December 7, 2011|DAILY BEAST
In all seasons, winter and summer, apparently, he wore a long and loose-fitting overcoat.The Shadow|Arthur Stringer
Chuan Kai counted the bills and slipped them out of sight within the folds of his loose-fitting coat.The Mark of the Knife|Clayton H. Ernst
A screw is turned through a loose-fitting hole bored in the end of the arm and into the disk.The Boy Mechanic, Book 2|Various
The rotating band on the rifle shell, of course, stopped the gases that had slipped by the loose-fitting cannonball.Artillery Through the Ages|Albert Manucy
He and Krenski were garbed in loose-fitting garments of much the same style as Asher.