I can't suggest a particular pattern, but if it's your first try making pants, certain design details will make it easier. Either a straight cut waistband or a faced waist will be easier to construct than pants with contour waist. If you're comfortable with sewing together reverse curves, you could manage a contour waist. Burda patterns tend to construct pants in a different order than the big 4- the centre back seam and waistband are usually sewn together in one seam giving you the opportunity to tweak the fit some more. With Burda, the pattern sizing is true to your measurements.
I still wear the first pants I made -OK, only at the cottage. It was a Burda with angled front pockets and a faced waist. I was cautious and cut a size larger at the side seams- didn't need to compared to the big 4, so they were looser than they should have been.