I own a pair of Oakley A-wires that I rarely wear any more. Â They tend to sit in the car for times when I don't have my other sunglasses. Â I never wore them with suits because I think they are too casual for that. I now have a pair of Maui Jims with polarized prescription lenses. Â They are a wraparound aviator-type wire frame. Â I find most of the Maui Jim frames to be kind of clunky but these were not as bad as some of the others. Â I wear them pretty much every day, regardless of attire.
I like the Persol frames, but they are part of the Luxottica Group which now owns or is licensee for Rayban, Revo, and most of the designer names (including the abovementioned Prada), and which has homogenized the lens choices. Â My Maui Jims have factory prescription polarized lenses that I find superior to anything that Luxottica/Lenscrafters has to offer. Oakley has some very nice metal frames in their prescription line that I would almost purchase for everyday (including business) wear, except for the fact that they have the damn O logo on the temples, and rubber earsocks which I find always break down. Â I recognize that the Oakley brand carries certain connotations (the brand for the American Jackass of yesteryear?) but don't really hold that against their products in general--if they didn't advertise that damn "O" I might actually buy some because their titanium frame material is pretty good, and they have factory-made prescription polarized lenses. Oh, and regardless of brand, I recommend not wearing glass lensed sunglasses for sports, especially sports where you might fall or be struck by something.