that brioni made me so happy it's addictive, but I need a couple of less expensive suits for diners etc. corneliani is available in high quantity over here in the netherlands. I tried on a dark blue corneliani jacket (from a suit) last week and It was a pretty satisfying sight in the store's mirror if you understand what I mean..Z-Zegna is a cheaper line because it aimed at a young age market and as a more modern look; just think of Emporio Armani.
I prefer the normal Zegna line to Z-Zegna and they have a nice range this A/W range although I think their S/S range was better.
Considering you got a suit from Brioni, if you want something from Zegna, get it from their main line Ermenegildo Zegna range.
What are Corneliani suit fits like? Athletic and soft shoulders?Z Zegna is less expensive partly because it's fused, IIRC.
Of the suits you list, I like mainline Corneliani best. The fits are very different. Corneliani's stuff works very well for me, while the Pal Zileri I've tried does not. Very different aesthetics, as well.
Will do, thanks.If you are going for one suit and for formal dinners, Corneliani would be a good investment. Corneliani has a softer style to Brioni.
You mentioned there was something liked at Corneliani, have a look at Zegna products in the same range and choice the one you like the most. Both would be good investments.
I know, that blue corneliani suit got me thinking. It's pretty amazing.Doc
You have a very nice jacket.
you can't go wrong with canali, corneliani and mainline zegna.
I prefer corneliani as it fit almost perfect out of rack.