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Navy is probably the most versatile colour you could wear. They’d look great with olive chinos or slim cargo pants. Blue on blue is not always bad.
Try and vary the shade of blue. Otherwise, you can find lots of other colour combos that work with navy.
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New Balance is an underrated company! They’ve been around for the longest time and make great quality shoes. 574 and M990 are both classic, simple silhouettes.
Also, it’s like walking on puppies.
Get them navy joints and you’re good to go. Personally I prefer the 574 and 1400.
Light has a chain stitched hem and elasthane for flexibility. I believe the denim is not as heavy as well, but I’m not 100% on that.
They would not get the same kinds of fades and contrasts as raw, unwashed denim. Actually, it shouldn’t even be called raw denim if it has already been washed! They will still fade, but not as much as unwashed denim. When the denim is washed, the water takes out all the starch which is why the washed denim is very soft. Without the starch, you can’t set in creases and folds as well and the denim won’t experience as much abrasion.
Most of the time you will have to get them altered. The jeans manufacturers cannot accommodate every single body type unfortunately so the fits must appeal to multiple body types at once!
Nudie High Kai has a 6.5 leg opening on a 32 waist. It’s a unisex jean.
Unbranded Tapered and the APC New Standard would be the closest fits.
They should be OK. They’ll form to your body as long as you keep wearing them.
Rogue Territory Black SK
Black Nudies Thin Finn
Naked & Famous Skinny Guy in Black Power Stretch
It’s tough to tell you the difference between the two general fabrics. Every denim is different. You can have good quality, non-selvedge denim and bad quality selvedge denim. A selvedge denim jean will usually have the selvedge ticker on the outseam:
The selvedge usually means the denim was woven on an old-school shuttle loom. This gives the denim some irregularities and imperfections that contribute to the way it fades. It’s how jeans were made originally and is a homage to past production and quality.