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If you thought oversized clothing had been left in 2018, think again. Much like last year, brands across the board are opting for loose-fitting styles — whether it’s with tees, shirts, or pants. Most recently, baggy jeans have been making a huge comeback, with celebrities such as Travis Scott and Offset recently attesting to the trend.

The likes of Balenciaga and ADER Error have long been releasing collections with oversized garments as their signature, but more recently, luxury brands such as LOEWE have been following suit, not forgetting high-street destinations such as COS.

Now, for those looking to add some oversized steez to their spring wardrobe, we’ve trawled through our go-to fashion spots to bring you the best loose-fitting pieces of SS19 — with options starting at just $35.

Highlights from our scaled-up selection include a Black Programme white tee from Guerilla Group (above), some characteristically all-black oversized tailoring by Juun.J, and a pair of Carhartt WIP loose-fitting denim pants.

Peep all our oversized clothing picks below.


Oversized Cotton T-shirt


Buy at cos

極惡 (Supervillain)

Guerilla Group Black Programme

Buy at Guerrilla Group

Oversized T-Shirt

Matthew Adams Dolan

Buy at ssense

Oversized Logo T-Shirt


Buy at ssense

Oversized Distressed Printed Cotton-Jersey T-Shirt

Maison Margiela

from $422
Where to shop


Oversized Light Cotton Shirt


Sold Out at cos

Oversized 3D Patch Polo


Buy at ssense

Oversized Cotton-Corduroy Shirt Jacket


Buy at Mr. Porter


Crewneck Sweatshirt

ADER Error

Buy at Slam Jam

Over Hoodie

Palm Angels

Buy at ssense

Oversized Chimney Sweater


Buy at ssense


Baggy Trucker Jacket


Buy at ssense

Oversized Shirt Jacket

Raf Simons

from $669
Where to shop

Oversized Blazer


Buy at ssense


Simple Pant ‑ Denim

Carhartt WIP

Buy at Carhartt WIP

Black Wide-Leg Cotton-Twill Trousers


from $740
Where to shop

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