fit is not great - getting a serious aladdin effect
do a google image search for 'apc new standard' - most of the top images portray how blue jeans properly fit. since denim is such a rigid/stiff fabric, it needs to be closer to the body in order to look good. so a trimmer fit is the correct or proper fit
511 are not really skinny jeans, and judging by your figure, would suit you much better than these ones.
do a google image search on 'james dean blue jeans'. back then, they didn't call them skinny jeans, it was just the proper way the pants fit. nowadays, guys are scared to wear things that are form-fitting, so anything non-baggy must be called "skinny"
also, there's the issue of the ugly wash. i mean the artificial whiskering around the fly and artificial fading on the front and seat. it just looks really ugly.
the idea behind artificial distressing on jeans is to replicate the cool fading/whiskering you see on a great-fitting pair of blue jeans as they're worn over time. the problem is that artificial distressing  doesn't look cool, unlike the real thing  it's obvious that it's artificial distressing, and it looks funny
you would be much better off buying a plain-old pair of blue jeans WITHOUT any sort of artificial fading/whiskering/distressing. this includes blue jeans that have been stone-washed (almost all jeans that aren't a deep, clean blue have been stone-washed)
it looks like you got a pair in your usual pant size. you should NOT get a pair in your usual pant size, since denim stretches out during the first few weeks of wear, leaving you with a pair of even baggier pants than you already have
jeans should be a little tight/uncomfortable the first time you wear them. the material will stretch out over the course of several weeks, leaving you with a pair of pants that actually conforms to your figure. go with a pair of jeans that you can button without straining, but that are a bit tight in the waist, especially when you sit down
Edited by aaaeeeiiiooouuu - 1/21/12 at 6:40pm