The essential fits, newest washes and latest innovations in denim, plus fresh ways to style your jeans for spring
Great jeans start with the fit
Whether you wear jeans every day or they’re strictly for weekends, chances are they play an important role in your wardrobe. Finding the perfect pair can feel like a never-ending quest, but M&S denim is here to save you the slog. Our men’s denim collection is based around five fits – straight, slim, tapered, loose and skinny. The straight fit is the most classic, making it a versatile wardrobe staple. Our slim fit is streamlined, with smart five-pocket styling. The tapered fit slims towards the ankle, making it flattering for all body shapes, while our relaxed loose fit is roomy throughout the leg. The skinny fit is sleek as opposed to spray on, ideal for a smarter look. Our jeans come in both shorter and longer lengths to suit your height, with a wide selection of styles available in Big & Tall sizes, too.
Try our latest washes, fabrics and innovations
For perfectly worn-in jeans without the wait, our vintage washes look great straight off the hanger – and we’ve added a new lighter vintage wash as well as tapered and loose fits for a more relaxed look. Our denim is designed with comfort front of mind, from our 360°-stretch jeans with Flexifit tech to our water-repellent Stormwear jeans that won’t get soggy if you get caught in the rain. Plus, all our denim represents brilliant value for money, with pairs including our £20 regular-fit jeans and our premium-quality Japanese selvedge jeans for £60, a fraction of the cost you’ll find elsewhere.
Choose responsible denim
Finding the right fit and style is essential, but responsible production is crucial, too. All our denim is made with responsibly sourced cotton and, working with Jeanologica, we’ve reduced our water consumption throughout the denim-finishing process, therefore using less of our planet’s vital resources. Find more outfit inspiration, whether you’re planning outdoor adventures or looking to upgrade your activewear.
Words: Sarah Lafarge and Miranda Eason