A pair of early 1940s (possibly late 1930s) wide leg cuffed pants. These pants have pleats on the front and a side seam pocket on the seam opposite the fasteners. These pants fasten with a button and zip at the side waist. The fabric is soft and drapes beautifully and feels like rayon (the feel of the fabric is one of my favorite aspects of the pants!).
Front rise: 15.75"
Back rise: 17.75"
Condition: Good with notable flaws. These pants have been worn and loved. There is uneven fading, particularly on the front. There are some spots, the most notable being some light spots on the waistband and a large rust spot on the left front leg. The pants also have a few wear spots and mends, the largest being a repaired hole on the back left leg (see two last photos for a close-up as well as what the repair looks like from a bit further away).
Quick final note: the dye on these pants is not stable; they had fading before I handwashed them, but there was dye fade that happened when I washed them. If you want to avoid further fade, you could dry clean. Otherwise, I would handwash quickly in cold water and then blot with a towel before air drying flat.