Scout Sixteen - Black Denim for Guys

Scout Sixteen - Black Denim for Guys Scout Sixteen - Black Denim for GuysScout Sixteen - Black Denim for Guys Scout Sixteen - Black Denim for Guys Scout Sixteen - Black Denim for Guys

Buying denim is often a study in practicality. You’ve probably seen your favorite men’s magazines and websites touting the rise of indigo and/or dark jeans, but let’s talk about indigo’s distant cousin: black denim. Black jeans should be a staple in every guy’s wardrobe for both their universal appeal and functionality for everyday wear. I don’t splurge often but I would advocate saving up and purchasing a quality pair that will last you years. It’s easy to consider black jeans a throwaway staple, but wouldn’t you rather spend $200 every 5 years instead of $60-$100 every year?

When I was in Los Angeles last month, I popped by Nordstrom and bought this pair of ‘luxe performance’ black denim from 7 For All Mankind. They’re under $189 and couldn’t be more comfortable; the inside of the jean feels like soft cashmere. As an aside, if you haven’t been in Nordstrom lately I’d strongly suggest stopping by and perusing their amazing stock of premium denim. (I also picked up a pair of Hudsons in a light wash!)

Black denim is and always will be a serious staple for my week; I can wear them with practically anything and they camouflage the small stains I acquire running all over the City. If you don’t own a pair of black jeans, you’re seriously missing out!

7 For All Mankind Denim / Muji Shirt / Aloha Rag Trench Coat / Frank & Oak Sneakers

* Special thanks to Nordstrom for sponsoring this post. All opinions and content shared within is my own. *


  1. Hudson’s denim selection has seriously stepped up as of late. I was shopping the other night and couldn’t get over all the joggers/moto pants/and the like that they had. Your hair today.. spot on (was just talking about hair envy over your hair with someone, before you posted this).

  2. Hey Justin, love the look – especially the Frank & Oak sneakers. They seem like a good alternative to Common Projects. Are they good without socks?

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