fake or real.?

hello :)
I've seen lots of LV bags recently. The truth is I'm not convinced if they are fake or real. Many of these counterfeit Louis Vuitton bags are so convincing, they easily fool the average consumer.
Here are some signs that they may be fake :

♥ Louis Vuitton monogram canvas bags run from $375 and up, with the majority of the bags selling for over $1000. If you're buying a brand new Louis Vuitton bag for less than $300, you're not getting a deal, you're getting a fake.

♥ The Louis Vuitton monogram bags are made of canvas but the handles and piping are natural cowhide leather. The color of the leather should be a light tan, with the edge dyed red and the stitching in yellow. After a few weeks of handling your bag, the leather handles will oxidize and fade to a darker brown. If your leather handles don't change color, it's a fake.

♥ Louis Vuitton doesn't have any authorized street resellers so resist these so called "deals" they are trying to sell you

♥ If there is an "LV" anywhere on the bag that is crooked or on a stitch or seam, it is not the real thing. The "LV" on a real Louis Vuitton purse will be carefully placed on the bag so that it's not cut off by a seam or snap. Besides the famous initials being monogrammed onto the bag itself, the zipper pull and purse snaps will all be branded as well. The zipper pull should also be brass hardware and heavy to the touch.

and remember, you don't have to wear brands to look good, you can look good in unknown brands


  1. i totally agree! i'd rather wear an unknown brands bag then a fake!! i heard the fakes fall apart really quickly too! not fun lol!

  2. i love this! i wish everyone who bought a fake would first read this advice... what's the point in carrying a brand name that isn't real? it's like cheating!

  3. I know, but even if they wear a fake, it should look fine.
    'cause some fakes look cheap



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