How To: Identify authentic designer brands from fake knockoffs

Identify authentic designer brands from fake knockoffs

Many shoppers out there are getting duped, over and over again. They're under the assumption that they're buying authentic designer brand name for cheap deals, but really they're just buying cheap knockoffs that look and feel like the genuine product, but aren't. How do you tell the difference? It's really hard to separate the real from the fake, but here are some great tips to help you narrow down your worries.

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This is not entirely true. If you check the official Louis Vuitton site, you'll see there are some handbags with the LV logo cut off in the stitching. Nowadays, replicas are made of the same materials as the original bags, so even fake LV handbags will oxidize in time. If you want to know more about how to spot a fake Louis Vuitton bag, visit my blog, or send me a message on Facebook, I'm Eva Knox

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