Florida! <rimshot> Unfortunately, not a whole heckuva lot has changed since Derek wrote about his search for a higher rise pant a while back. One issue with finding a modern, flattering cut with a higher rise is that companies making higher rises are also mostly making more relaxed fits overall, so if you want a taper similar to the pleated trousers I reviewed, your options remain limited. Alterations can be done of course, and a pressed crease can give the illusion of a taper.
I have myself tried out J. Press’s cotton twill trousers ($120, pictured), and found them to be quite nice—I’d definitely wear them as office pants, rather than an equivalent to jeans. I don’t know the rise measurements offhand; the “regular rise” I tried were high compared to most modern cuts.
Bills Khakis M2 pant ($145) is similarly a traditional rise trouser, and flat front. Note the 9 inch width at the hem, though–pretty wide.
Another option might be military reproduction trousers like these officer trousers from What Price Glory, which are both high rise and wide legged (and only $45). Jesse has had good experience with What Price Glory, but we haven’t tried out these particular pants.