Need some advice on my upcoming purchase.
Just bought a schott perfecto 118 jacket and really loving it. The problem is I don't really have any high rise jeans to go with the rader short leather jacket. I just tried on the raw lee 101 logger and liked the high rise, tapered legs but can't stand the very yellow contrast stiching.
Would like some alternatives from you guys. high rise and tapered leg is a must, preferably raw selvage. going to wear with black boots, t-shirt/henley and the black perfecto...
raw indigo jeans aren't going to look great with black boots and a black jacket, i'd say go with a grey. also you don't want high-rise jeans, just make sure your shirt is long enough and wear regular or low rise jeans. unless you're like 6'4" or something in which case the jacket is probably too short.
Lol, so you think that dark indigo jeans are going to look great with black shoes and a black jacket then, huh? I'd like to see an example of this because it looks mediocre at best, and usually worse than mediocre.
Unless you meant to suggest that he should wear high-rise jeans with a leather jacket, in which case I don't even know what to say to you.
Willy's outfit in that picture blows the other one out of the water, and it's mostly because the brown jacket/white shoes go with that color blue much better than black does. You're really saying if you changed the color of that dude's jeans to a grey it wouldn't look better? I don't see how posting a mediocre outfit disproves my comment that those colors at best look mediocre.
Look, I wore black boots with bluejeans the other night, I'm hardly saying it's the worst thing in the world, just that if someone is purchasing jeans with the intent to wear the same outfit all the time it's going to look a lot better if he bought grey or black jeans instead, thus my advice to the original poster.
I've not said I'm just looking for indigo ones. I thank you for your advice on going with black/grey ones, actually I really like the look of the Fullcount 1108 in black. I like (want) them raw because I want to break em in, wear and tear them myself.
Thanks all for your advice (and the following discussion, always interesting to hear different opinions on classic styles)