According to Our Editors
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They are cute, but more importantly, they are comfortable enough for all-day wear.
"A few months ago, I truly did not understand how I was going to willingly put on jeans again.
The Madewell Balloon Jeans (£71, originally £95) have completely changed that – they are the only pants I want to wear when leaving the house. " — Allison Ingrum, editorial operations specialist
Really good quality at an affordable price point.
Mom jeans are tricky for curvier girls like me but the stretch in these makes them so comfy.
They're high waisted but the stretch in them means they aren't tight around my thighs, which I love.
They come in a few different colours as well so I have them in black, light blue with rips, and the washed denim colour."
— Chloe Dunn, social content producer
They feel like they were custom made
"I've never met jeans that fit my waist so well and allow me to move with ease through my days.
These AGOLDE Pinch Waist High Rise Kick Jeans (£129) feel like they were custom made, which is why I wear them all the time." — Shelcy Joseph, assistant editor, shop
They're a subtle high-rise without being uncomfortable and the very classic blue means they go with everything.
"I've genuinely re-bought this exact pair of Bershka DNM LAB Mom Jeans (£60) multiple times because I actually can't live without them.
— Navi Ahluwalia, assistant editor
Comfortable, stretchy, long-lasting, very decently priced, and flattering
"The Uniqlo Women Ultra Stretch Skinny Fit High Rise Jeans (Long) (£35) are comfortable, stretchy, long-lasting, very decently priced, and flattering.
I've tried skinny jeans, mom fit, baggy jeans, and high-waisted — you name it, I've tried it.
The only thing that turns me off the brand is how tricky it can be to find the exact same pair again.
There are so many variations (which is great for different body types) but I never seem to be able to buy the exact same pair.
Either way, I've bought countless pairs of jeans from Uniqlo and they all work wonderfully.
I've even worn them on a long haul flight before, which tells you all you need to know."
— Tori Crowther, editor
Jeans you can lounge in...
"These Citizens of Humanity Annina Jeans (£221) are jeans you can lounge in — and that's something I don't think I've ever said about my jeans.
Don't get me wrong, they look great dressed up to head out of the house, but they're the only pair I don't strip off my body the moment I get home.
They're soft and roomy with a wide-leg and they just get better with wear."
— Hannah Weil Mckinley, fashion director
Designed with a delicious amount of stretch at the hips and a smaller waist that fits curvier girls like a glove.
"If you're all too familiar with jeans that squeeze your hips or flatten your bum then you'll love the Tru The Label Stella Pant (£69).
Plus, I love the slightly flared cut and frayed-hem, the details add '70s bombshell energy."
— Kara Kia, associate editor
The pair I've been living in because they basically feel like sweats.
Especially coupled with a spaghetti tank, I love the early 2000s vibes they emit." — Sarah Wasilak, fashion editor
They look cool with everything from booties to sneakers, and I'm never dying to take them off at the end of the day.
"I'm a sucker for comfy straight leg jeans and these Citizens of Humanity Charlotte High Rise Straight Jeans (£168, originally £280) are my ultimate favourite.
— Krista Jones, editor, commerce
the lightest denim I have ever come in contact with.
"I generally stay away from non-stretch denim, but I have fully fallen in love with these Etica Tyler High Waist Vintage Straight Jeans (£87, originally £135) because it is the lightest denim I have ever come in contact with.
Seriously, I did not have to wiggle and shimmy to get into these, which is a huge win.
They're pants I can, and will, wear all day long.
Plus, the silhouette is the perfect wide leg; it's not straight, but it doesn't feel overly exaggerated, so I can wear them for any occasion too. I can't sing their praises enough."
— India Yaffe, associate editor, commerce