Interesting pair of high waisted dress trousers that were altered as the owner gained weight. Clearly there was a shortage of fabric at the time with only khaki to hand. The alterations cannot be seen with the jacket on, and of course one would never remove one's tuxedo. Button fly. There is also the remains of a leather kick strip stitched to the inside bottom of one leg. According to the buttons, they were made by tailors Murdoch & Holmes in Mildura. 1920s, perhaps older.
Waist 100 cm (39.5") You have the option of having the alterations reversed, making the waist 5 cm (2") smaller
Hips 102 cm (40")
Waist to crotch 38.5 cm (15.25")
Inseam 75 cm (29.5")
Outer seam 109 cm (43")
Leg width at the thigh 30.5 cm (12")
Leg width at the knee 27 cm (10.5")
Leg width at the bottom 23 cm (9")
Excellent, apart from the interesting alterations. No moth holes. The lining is very clean. The hook at the waist has been moved as part of the alteration, leaving a slit in the original place, as shown.