Wide-legged pants are back. And I really like this pair.
McCall's 6515 is a great pattern to interpret this trend.
I cut the size 14 and lengthened by 3 inches because I plan to only wear these pants with flat sandals. It was really easy because there is only the front, back, waist bands and it has an invisible side zipper. I probably cut, altered the pattern and sewed these up in less than 2 hours.
The pattern suggest a narrow hem. And since I used this lightweight, drapey poly crepe (I *think* I bought this fabric from Hancock Fabrics.) -- the narrow hem was sufficient. These type of pants are meant to "flow". If I chosed a woven (or even a fabric like a ponte), I would go with a wider hem. I think this is a great pattern if you're on the palazzo pants wagon this season. And I also think that view A, would sew up beautifully in a ponte or a double knit.