Topshop’s Editor jeans hailed ‘best’ jeans for ALL body shapes

Are these the best jeans on the high street? Shoppers hail Topshop’s new £49 Editor style as the ‘best’ denim for ALL body shapes (and they’re selling out fast)

  • Topshop launched the new Editor jean design just two weeks ago
  • The £49 must-have comes in three shades grey, mid blue, and bleach 
  • Customers say the high waist, straight leg jean is better than vintage Levi’s

Topshop has sent shoppers into a frenzy with £49 jeans that fans have described as the ‘best’ for all body shapes – and they’re almost sold out just two weeks after launch. 

The high waisted, straight leg Editor jeans come in three shades of no stretch denim with raw hems that sit on the ankle, and shoppers have compared the product to Levi’s, which cost twice the price. 

Customers are flocking to get their hands on the trendy design, especially the grey-wash jeans, which are now only available online in one size. 

The mid-blue and bleach versions are also being snapped up fast with numerous sizes out of stock or running low already, with multiple shoppers saying the jeans are the perfect fit.  

One buyer tweeted: ‘@Topshop Editor jeans fit me perfectly’, while another gushed: ‘Bought the new Topshop editor jeans today and they are just the best.’

Topshop’s new Editor jeans have proved to be a huge hit with customers who have hailed them as the best fit for all body shapes 

The straight leg, high waist, ankle grazer denim jeans come in tall, medium and petite, as well as three shades, including mid-blue, bleach and grey for just £49


Fellow shoppers have praised Topshop for the great fit of its £49 jeans, while another shopper has likened the cult product to ‘vintage’ Levi’s but for a fraction of the price

Blogger Emma Hill has described the Editor jeans as the ‘best jeans’ Topshop have released, beating their iconic Jamie and Joni jeans to the hotspot

While a third praised: ‘The @Topshop editor jeans are bloody wonderful.’

Blogger, Emma Hill, even went as far as to say the Editor jeans are better than Topshop’s iconic Jamie and Joni jeans.

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In a Twitter thread, she said: ‘More of a ‘proper’ denim rather than the stretchy denim.  They’re like a pair of Levi’s. By far the best jeans Toppers have come out with recently.’

A separate Instagram user has admitted she would strongly recommend the item to others.  She shared: ‘These are the editor jeans again from Topshop, would 100 per cent recommend.’

Topshop’s Editor jeans are currently available in three colours, but the brand is tipped to be launching even more shades, including lighter and darker denims

A fifth Topshop shopper likened the brand’s £49 product to Levi’s Ribcage Straight Ankle Jeans, which retails for almost double the price. 

Taking to Twitter they shared: ‘First wear of the jeans today. Wanted a pair that resembled a vintage Levi’s look and so far they fit the bill.’

Fans of the jeans will not have to wait long to get their hands on the denim staple, as Cosmopolitan has reported new colours are set to hit next month. 

The upcoming drop is set to include lighter and darker denims.

Topshop launched the new Editor jeans at the end of January, and just a few weeks later the items are already selling out

The high street brand has described the cult item: ‘These high rise, straight leg jeans in grey no stretch denim with raw hems are so flattering. 

‘Pair a classic staple top for minimal yet effective style. 100 per cent Cotton. Machine wash.’

Topshop has proved to be a huge hit with shoppers recently, especially after the release of its satin bias midi skirts. 

Since selling out several times, the high street giant has since released an array of new colours and prints, as well as a dress version. 

The mid blue Editor jeans are available in waist sizes 24 to 36 inches, and leg lengths 30 to 34 inches for just £49

Topshop have proved to be a huge hit with shoppers as they caused a storm with their sell-out satin bias midi skirt, at the end of last year.  Following a surge in popularity, the cult skirt was designed in various colour ways and prints, as well as a dress version

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