Topshop Launches New Jeans |
It’s a fact that Topshop does the best denim on the high street, selling a pair of jeans every five seconds, so the launch of a new style is big news. Let us introduce their latest shape, the Editor…
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Inspired by the preferred jeans shape of stylish fashion editors, the new design from the high street behemoth has all the tropes of contemporary denim: a high-waisted fit, straight leg cut, ankle-grazing hem and original rigid denim fabric. Available in three washes (grey, dark denim and light denim tick every box), there’s also a Tall fit for long-pinned girls and Petite for those after a 28” length, making it an all-round winner – and with a £49 price tag, they’re the affordable update you need.

The best bit? They go with everything. You won’t feel too androgynous in a trainer thanks to bare ankles, but their cut (more feminine than a boyfriend) looks great with a heel too. Chunky knitwear works thanks to the straight fit, but that doesn’t rule out silk blouses, slub tees or crisp shirting – basically, anything goes. Shop the look below, and if you’re still devoted to longer standing Topshop designs, our favourites are also available.

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We love our Topshop boyfriend jeans for their versatility – perfect off-duty with trainers and a knit, they’re also a slim enough fit that they look great with heels and a blouse for a night out. No one nails the blue wash like the high street label, and these designs are proof.


We don’t care what the trends say – we’ll never tire of our skinnies for everyday ease. When it comes to Topshop, you either fall into the Joni or the Jamie camp – the former for its serious high waist, long leg and great stretch, the latter for its more structured fit.


These days you can’t go wrong with a classic straight; fans of a lower-slung waist than the Editor will love Topshop’s faithful light-wash versions. Add chunky boots and a biker for everyday cool.

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