You might also find a pair you like at American Classics in Endell Street.
Rivet and Hide offer an interesting selection of Japanese denim brands. They only have an online store, but if you want to try on jeans, you can make an appointment and visit their workshop in Parson's Green. http://rivetandhide.com/
If you don’t want to spend a lot of money, try on a pair of APC New Standard downstairs at Liberty. They look flattering on many people and the quality is ok. For most people here, this was the first pair of raw denim they bought. Alternatively, have a look at the Albam regular leg model. I own apc and Albam jeans and think that they are very similar in quality, price and fit. There are several Albam stores in London. Edwin is good as well, you can try on all their models from the mainline and the pricy Overworks line in their flagshipstore in Charlotte Road.
Hey, I'm new to this forum. I'm sure this has been asked but since there's a thread specifically for people like me I might as well ask here;
I'm from the UK, usually around London/Cambridge area so there should be good options. I'm looking to spend 100-300 on a new pair of jeans. I'm fairly regular build on the slimmer/taller side, so it shouldn't be hard. I think a lot of brands out there are pretty bad, even though I don't know much about jeans, and I'd like to look for something that will last a while to use as my go-to pair, for when I want to dress a bit more casually. I think it/d be best if I tried them on in person. Where/which stores/which brand should I look into?