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  • Sandy

    It’s ok but a little on the boring side.

  • Sarah

    I actually really like this bag!

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  • Aoedele

    I love the shape and the color, goes well with almost everything in your wardrobe.

  • Newyorking

    I used to eye Prada bags for many years till I mustered the courage to buy my first designer bag, a Prada double bag. I love the colors. However, over time I have found that Prada is one of the least innovative brands. While Fendi and Dior innovate and come up with new designs and color combinations, Prada’s designs are poor. Last season’s bags were awful and I haven’t seen many people carry it, I could not even think about buying them. Prada salespeople don’t seem very happy or motivated when I walk into their stores. The few designs that are good are very limited edition or display-only. Very disappointing. This in addition to reports of manufacturing in China.

  • Sparkletastic

    I love Prada, enjoy their bags and am trying to stay a vocal champion of the brand. BUT!!!! They have to start innovating. I love the saffiano tote bags but, they need to be a classic nice to have. Not the lead horse. And these bags while good “staples” aren’t going to make anyone’s “it bag” or “must have” list. We need something fresh and exciting from the brand . The offerings of the past few years aren’t it.

    And, while I haven’t had any quality issues with any of my Prada bags, too many people have. They MUST fix those quality issues.

    This is a proud brand from a proud house. But, until they innovate and bring quality commensurate with their prices, they will lose the faithful like me to other brands like Chanel, Hermes and others.

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  • Jerri R

    So I guess it costs Prada money to provide the celebs with their bags for free, and such costs are reflected in the prices.