Counterfeiters are getting better and better at making replica designer goods. These carbon copies of the real thing look and feel a lot like the products that are sold by luxury brands. Buyers are being tricked out of their hard-earned money when they unknowingly purchase a replica, but we’re here to help you stop counterfeiters in their tracks. We have a bunch of tips and tricks for you to follow that’ll help you recognize a fake designer product in the blink of an eye. If you’ll be shopping for a luxury item soon, we’ll show you what to look for on the trademark labels, hangtags, imprints, inside stitching, and more. This is 10 Ways To Spot FAKE Designer Products In 30 Seconds.
Counterfeiters may be perfecting their craft, but it’s the small details that are dead giveaways between real and fake products. We’ll show you the stitching to look for on Louis Vuitton handbags and the hologram effect on Chanel authenticity cards that are blatantly obvious on fake bags. With all designer goods, the price should also match the authenticity. If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is!
We’ll also be telling you what to look for in terms of Chanel chain straps and quilting and Hermès imprints. The inside labels and the turn locks on Chanel bags will also give you clues on whether the product is real or not. If these tips sound interesting to you and you’d like to learn more on how to spot a fake bag, make sure to watch our video. Let us know in the comments which of these tips you'll be using the next time you go shopping for designer goods!