For as long as we can remember, Topshop denim has been all about the Joni. The skinny fit jeans came in a selection of colours and fits and were reported to be Topshop’s overall bestselling item for several years in a row, but now, fashion insiders are predicting that the label’s new line will soon overtake them, and then some.
Introducing Topshop Editor jeans, a versatile style with a straight leg and clean hems, and made from – and this is crucial – stretch denim. That’s right, style and comfort are no longer mutually exclusive, much to the delight of customers, who have already caused the Editor styles to sell out in almost every size listed online.
The Editor jeans are currently available in in three options – a classic blue with a standard leg length, and bleach and grey options with a cropped leg – and each one is just as comfortable and wearable as the last.
To style your pair, Topshop suggests tucking casual t-shirts or blouses into the high-rise trousers to draw attention to your waist – and you get bonus points if you add a statement belt or a pair of on-trend strappy heels to bring the look together.
The cropped versions of the Editor jeans have already proved so popular they’ve received the noteworthy ‘Trending Product’ badge next to their online listing, which means they’ve got even more eyes on them than the rest of the Topshop site. So if you want to place an order, you’ll need to get in there fast.
Alternatively, if you’re out of luck on the internet, you can cross your fingers and try your local store for a wider range of sizes. After all, with a reaction like this, Topshop would be silly not to restock them, stat.
In the meantime, you’ll find us praying to the style gods for more colours and lengths in the Editor cut for the season ahead. Race you to the front of the queue when they drop!