Shy of myself, La Guy and Brian SD, the other posts I have seen in this thread are authored by the sorely ill-informed. Â Maybe these folks are comfortable with their opinions based on a lack of recent data; as a practice, this would make me uncomfortable. The attitude shouldn't surprise me. Â Living comfortably with one's delusions and prejudices seems to be a trend on many other threads on this forum. I only know what I've experienced with my own senses. Â If you are truly interested in exploring Prada's businesswear, go to a Prada boutique and check out the Prada businesswear. Â Otherwise, question the merit of spreading false or ill-informed opinions on a forum where members are, generally, trying to get at facts, not an archive of personal preferences.
Hey. All i did was post the info, so I'd say my post was fairly well informed.
I actually like some of the prada styling, the issue for me was alway fit and price. I am broad shouldered and fairly muscular and I find Prada, Jil Sander, Dior Homme etc. fit way to tight. I was in Barney's once trying on a suit jacket much to the horror of the salesperson who was convinced I was going to bust the seams once I got it on. Honestly if I I had moved around too much I would have done exactly that or cut off the circulation to my arms. The styling of Prada appeals to some and not to others. I know that Oxxford suits are well made however I do not personally care for it. I would have loved to take the opportunity to get a Prada suit MTM, because that is the only way I'd ever find one that fit. But alas, there is always an issue and I am not in position to spend upwards of $2500 on a suit from anyone. So that rules me out.