These are possibly the widest trousers I've ever worn - you have to be careful not to get tangled up in them when you walk. But they feel very glamorous and are surprisingly comfortable.
There are 2 generous pleats either side of the waist, which drape over the stomach, and 2 pockets:
|Pocket and pleat detail|
In the photo above you also get a little glimpse of the belt loops.
Carrying on with the masculine theme of the trousers, I used a metal zip for the fly front. Here is where I slightly deviated from the instructions and added a panel behind the zip. This extra step isn't in the instructions, but all the trousers and jeans I've ever owned have this - seems a bit strange that Vogue would leave it out...
|Fly front, with extra panel behind zip|
I also added a half lining to the back section of the trousers, to give the fabric some support and also to prevent any transparency issues:
|Half-lining at back of trousers|
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