You may have bought 'seamless' products before, which turned out to have seams after all - the terminology manufacturers use can be confusing! It's a minefield!
So to make things much easier, this is how we describe the seaming (or lack of) in all our ranges:
Seamless are woven in one piece to have no joins at all, this can sometimes make them a bit thicker. They are very stretchy and fit the contours, a bit like magic gloves. As they stretch the fabric gets thinner so they aren't actually as thick or small as they may first feel out of the packet. If you are on the cusp of a size with seamless we always recommend buying down as you want them to be fully stretched so there is no 'spare' fabric to bunch up.
Seamfree can be made in thinner material and are not woven so they must have joins but in the brands we stock the seams have been adapted - oversewn, hand linked, sewn flat, or other means of comfort to make sure the seams lie flat. The join will show as a line.
Please check size charts before placing an order to avoid unnecessary returns, but it can be tricky so we are happy to firstname.lastname@example.org
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