formfitting

form·fit·ting

 (fôrm′fĭt′ĭng)
adj.
Snugly fitting the contours of the body: formfitting jeans.

formfitting

(ˈfɔːmˌfɪtɪŋ)
adj
(Clothing & Fashion) figure-hugging

form•fit•ting

(ˈfɔrmˌfɪt ɪŋ)

adj.
designed to fit snugly around a given shape; close-fitting: a formfitting blouse.
[1895–1900]
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They entered the scanner barefooted and in formfitting bright colour underwear.
This vibrant dress from Star by Julien Macdonald will inject bold colour into a formal line-up with a flattering, formfitting style, nipped-in waist and a halter neckline.
Dressed in head-to-toe caramel, she sports formfitting pieces that show off every facet of her movement.
Kennedy and Decker were responsible for at least some of the innovations that transitioned baseball from formfitting to flexible padded gloves.
Melania Trump, wearing a formfitting black dress, shook hands with Bill Clinton before the debate kicked off.
Former Miss World Rosanna Davison looked every inch the supermodel in a formfitting black gown which showed off her ample assets.
She often wears formfitting, flamboyant outfits in her videos, which have also featured such visual non sequiturs as a disco ball and dancers in rabbit heads.
Shell-type transformers allow for compact design, low energy losses and high seismic capacity due to their formfitting design.
The sock-like Flyknit, though, is virtually seamless and incredibly formfitting.
He will be mixing soft and hard looks with loose and formfitting silhouettes to make the trend work.
Weft knitted structures, especially those used for hosiery, knitwear, and underwear, have unique properties of formfitting and elastic recovery based on the ability of knitted loops to change shape when subjected to tension.
This shirt is available in black or white and made from a comfortable, formfitting polyester/ spandex blend.