Synonyms for Baggy:

adj.

all (adjective)
loose-fitting.
drooping (adjective)
loose, bulging, roomy.
large (adjective)
extensive, expansive, majestic, colossal, enormous, big, huge, capacious, princely, comprehensive, humongous, massive, grand, cavernous, bulky, grandiose, sizable, vast, gigantic, tremendous, copious, gargantuan, spacious, roomy, magnificent, generous, prodigious, large, awesome, giant, lofty, mammoth, soaring, immense, ample, great, elephantine, impressive, voluminous, towering.
slack (adjective)
bulging, shapeless.

n.

brief, backless, button-down, Clingy, best, casual, button-through, A-LINE, boot-cut. baggy (noun)
loose, loose-fitting.

Other synonyms:

brief, backless, button-down, Clingy, best, casual, button-through, A-LINE, boot-cut. Other relevant words:
bulging, loose-fitting, loose, brief, shapeless, A-LINE, backless, button-through, Clingy, button-down.

Usage examples for baggy

  1. Let's not get baggy Albert." – Star-Dust A Story of an American Girl by Fannie Hurst
  2. Two sweet- faced nuns in sombry black with their pure white night caps on under their clost black bunnets and veils, and follerin' them some fierce lookin' creeters in red baggy trousers embroidered jackets and skull caps with long tossels on 'em; Persians mebby, or Arabs. – Samantha at the St. Louis Exposition by Marietta Holley
  3. Half an hour afterwards a group of people appeared in the distance, and on approaching closer, they proved to be the two gendarmes leading their blown horses as they walked beside a picturesque group of apparently simple peasants, the three men wearing the typical soft, baggy cap and blue smock of the country folk. – Normandy, Complete The Scenery & Romance Of Its Ancient Towns by Gordon Home