A great incremental step for you would be Levis 501 + Hoody. Get a pair of "Rigid" or "Black". https://www.amazon.com/Levis-Original-Shrink-Jeans-34WX34L/dp/B0018OHOA6/ref=sr_1_1?crid=2ZHEOCJARHB7G&keywords=501+stf&qid=1666300497&qu=eyJxc2MiOiIzLjM0IiwicXNhIjoiMS45NiIsInFzcCI6IjEuNDkifQ%3D%3D&sprefix=501+stf%2Caps%2C81&s...
Just be careful with the first wash, it will stain anything else that is washed with it, plus it will shrink a size.
Those are 501s, but not 501 Shrink-to-Fits.
The fit actually looks very comfortable while still flattering.
Those Levi's aren't fake, they're just "used" since they've been washed a bazillion times or the equivalent in post-processing, which was done after the originally raw denim was sewn into that pair of jeans.
They'll stretch out a good bit in the waist and hips, referred to as the top block, within a day or two of wear, and become even more comfortable.
You should immediately purchase a pair of Levi 501 Shrink-to-Fit (STF, unsanforized), since they are always raw denim, and are only $36 right now at levi.com or at Amazon. I would think a pair of STF 501s in size 34x34 would be just about the right size for you after shrinkage. But be sure to measure them before you soak/wash them, using the Blue Owl Measuring Guide. And then measure them again after you've soaked/washed them to get a feel for how much unsanforized jeans shrink. And you should definitely soak or wash them before you start wearing them to shrink them down closer to their final size since unsanforized denims shrink a butt-load the first time they hit water.
There is only one model of Levi's non-selvedge indigo x white 501 Shrink-to-Fit (STF). And the PC9 model number for it is 00501-0000. They are also available at Amazon-US.
Edit: if you're interested.