Thanks for the comments guys. It was a bit of an experiment. I used to wear jeans with an OCBD and an unstructured blazer quite often, but I always felt most jeans were too casual for this. So, I asked Luxire for a pair without contrast stitching, on seam pockets and side adjusters. They also have buttoned/jetted pockets in the back, to keep the lines clean. Luxire executed it perfectly, as they're great at interpreting ideas. The jeans hold a crease for about a week of wearing, so sometimes I wear them with a crease and sometimes I don't. Some say they're neither fish nor fowl, which is true, but I like them precisely because of that. Denim has become so ubiquitous in our society, that it's original workwear role has long been forgotten. I thought it would be a fun experiment to blur the lines between classic menswear and workwear even further. After all, why would creased cotton chinos be ok, but creased cotton denim not? Either way, they elicit strong (positive and negative) reactions online, which is part of the fun. I doubt most people in real life have even noticed there's something different about my jeans, besides from a few questions about where I got them. On an interesting side note, BN tailor has started posting bespoke creased and cuffed jeans on their instagram, so I guess I'm not the only one whose has these thoughts. I don't think I'd wear mine with a tie though.