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No Joke: We're Loving Topshop's Mom Jeans

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    The beauty of shopping at Topshop is having access to those statement-making pieces and unique (not exactly to be confused with Topshop Unique) silhouettes that the high-street store stocks season to season. Basically, it's a destination where we can hunt down of-the-moment trends. But, there are classics thrown in the mix, too. And, with the debut of Topshop's new denim campaign, there's no denying that the Brit brand pays just as much attention to the most common of closet must-haves that are definitely not to be taken for granted.

    The ads for the spring '14 denim line see the retailer introducing seven styles that range from super-skinny cuts to distressed, washed-out styles and cuffed, high-waist silhouettes. Look, Ma, we have the same jeans! Captured in white and black, the just-released photos show all the denim bottoms paired with simple, slouchy tops; moto jackets; and, well, more denim. Think of the slides ahead as a few more reasons to appreciate these reliable wardrobe staples — and maybe consider an upgrade, as the Topshop jeans just hit stores and the web today.

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