The pink is the only color really in my wardrobe, and I only have this shirt and maybe one other shirt that matches it. I think it'll become a lounger pair of joggers that can be used as pajamas but look nice enough to wear out if needed. They are very comfortable. Since I knew it would hardly match anything in my wardrobe, I decided to keep the cuffs, pocket trim, and waistband all in the floral fabric. I knew it would be almost impossible to match the black, and all the other colors would make it even harder to wear with shirts.
Here are three similar floral fabrics on black: blue pink orange floral on black, white blue red floral on black, multi colored floral on navy, and magenta coral floral on black.I used the Hudson Pants pattern. (I've used this pattern over ten times.) I made a size 2, and I lengthened the legs by 4". I also straightened the hip curve from waist to the bottom of the pocket. I really need to go in and fix the front crotch curve so there's a little less fabric there. Besides that, I made the pattern as instructed. They come together so quickly; I think that's my favorite thing about this pattern. I can cut them out and finish them in a day even with young children around and needing things.
I'm wearing my Maker tee using this maker tee fabric and these Converse Shoreline slip-on shoe (affiliate link) in gray and white.
And here's a quick movie to see the pants moving. And I have a great dance move at the end.