ETA: I'm not going to make the actual Vogue pattern, I don't have it but am going to change a pattern to achieve that look.
I need some more pants, as I live in them during the winter. I'd like to buy one or two, but that is a mission impossible. From experience I know that searching for rtw pants is HIGHLY frustrating for me. It takes hours to shop and try on, and nothing fits, so I go home empty handed. In the same time it takes I can sew a basic pair that does fit (without too much details that is).
But as I said in my last post, I like the RTW details, so I went snoop shopping on the internet. Granted, takes time too, but no frustration. Though there are some shops with models where I think that almost everyone without anorexia would be frustrated. Who would ever fit in their pants and still eat normal? I'm diverting.
A general observation: the style is wide or skinny. The last is out of the question for me, if not for the way I'm build, then my age doesn't suit skinny styles. But I like wide pants, they suit me well.
In the bottom left corner a Vogue pattern I like, boot-legged and with welt pocket details. It suggests being a bit low on the hips, though I've browsed Pattern Review for the reviews, and think that might not be too much. But the details can easily be added to another pattern.
The waist band details are nice, I particularly like the small welt pocket and the wide waist band in the middle, the picture with the blue blouse.
Cuffs are a trend too, not too sure I'm going to make them.
And the last picture: welt pockets in the back. I used them in my black pair of pants, and love those. These will certainly be part of my next pair of pants, that will be black/white fabric that looks a bit like the picture on the right with the cuff.
I might do the welts in black, or would that give too much contrast?