Topshop once revealed that it sells one pair of jeans every 10 seconds. Most of us will have owned a pair of the Jamie jeans at one point or other and probably tried on the spray-on skinny Jonis, but there are 803 results for jeans on the Topshop website.

Denim shopping is something many of us put off—wiggling into a pair of skinnies in a starkly lit changing room isn’t exactly fun. But I went into the Topshop changing rooms armed with as many jeans as the team would let me take in so that I can tell you the pairs that you should try and what I loved about them.

If you want to buy something other than the Jamies, keep scrolling to see and shop the best Topshop jeans right now.

The “editor” jeans have become a new hero product and have classic cropped straight legs. This pair is updated with stiff denim, bleached washes and exaggerated ’00s fading. These have a very extreme crop, so I went for a 32-inch leg on this pair. 

I’m going to be honest: On the hanger, these looked quite terrifying to a straight-leg–only kinda girl like me. They have very wide trouser legs, however, on the body, they look much less extreme and the trousers widen at a very flattering point on the thigh. Off the body, they look like they are wide from the crotch down. I went up a size in these, going for a size 12 instead of my usual 10.

The “dad” jeans are another new addition to Topshop, which are similar to a classic boyfriend jean with a loose fit and are in rigid denim, with a button fastening instead of a classic zip. I hovered in between a size 28 and 30 on these, however, went down a size, as I found they are more generous than the slim wides. I also went for a shorter leg length (a 30), to exaggerate the crop on the ankle. 

The word “balloon” is not something I’d want used to describe my jeans, and when I saw these, I thought they would look ridiculously “pantaloon” like, but actually, they somehow work on and don’t look too baggy. 

The flared Jamie jeans are an older style and have all of the leg-lengthening qualities of traditional flares but aren’t too wide, so they aren’t as “retro” or intimidating as other styles. 

These really are statement jeans, as they have a super-wide leg and thus won’t be for everyone, but I like the fit of the waist, and they’d look great with both ankle boots and sandals.

These straight-leg jeans were popular during London Fashion Week with the Instagram set back in 2018, and have become a new classic everyday jean. 

This post was originally published at an earlier date and has since been updated.