Generally, for taller men it's a good idea to avoid overly skinny/slim jeans as they tend to visually mess up your proportions.
If you do decide to go with slim fit, go for lighter colors (dark colors has an additional slimming effect).
Personally, based on your outfit description, I'd go with boot cut, low waist dark jeans:
It would give contrast between upper and lower body (important for taller men) and make your legs look strong, without adding too much bulkiness to the look.
Hope this helps
I've never really been a fan of bootcut jeans because they doesn't seem to sit on most shoes well.
True, bootcut does limit the choice of shoes you can wear, but I would argue that overall visual proportions are more important than any single piece of clothing. And great pair of boots are almost always pretty damn cool
Here's a pretty solid article when it comes to jeans by fashionbeans:
http://www.fashionbeans.com/2010/the-es ... ans-guide/
and even though they diss bootcut jeans in the article, there's a relevant comment below the article:
"Given I am 6ft4 with large feet I find bootcut fits me best. I can’t imagine wearing any other type of jean as it alwasy makes my feet look absolutely huge (which they are). At least a bootcut takin up some of my plimsoles makes me look a ‘normal’ size. Therefore I simply don’t agree with the bootcut comment"