How do you know what size you are in leggings?
You can determine your leggings size from the waist, hip, and inseam measurements. But since leggings are supposed to fit tightly, we recommend taking your weight and body height measurements into accounts.
Should you size up or down in leggings?
Firstly, leggings should be completely opaque—no exceptions. If you can see your skin through them when you stretch, squat, or bend, that means they’re too tight. You’ll want to go a size up or try a pair made of a different fabric or material. In that case, you should definitely go at least one or two sizes up.
What is a free size?
‘Free size’ is not a size, it’s a style of apparel that is generally loose and flowing (although it can be stretchy instead of loose), such as a gown, kaftan, serape, etc (or, in the case of stretchy ‘one size’ clothing, usually a jersey piece).