Here’s How to Spot the Difference Between Real and Fake Designer Bags | Racked

Pay attention to the subtlest of differences that can determine whether to spend upwards of tens of thousands of dollars to purchase a bag from a consignor. Check out the tips in the video and in the link below—because even if you can’t afford a Chanel Boy Bag, you can pick up a neat little party trick.

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Rio Cat says:

Thanks for the info. It is important to research details of the bags you like so you can get a really well done fake that looks as close as possible to the real thing. Those can be hard to find, but worth the search.

koibito bui says:

Just wanted to mention , the Louis Vuitton fake used a real zipper pull from an authentic bag, but the rest of the bag was fake, and the canvas tab for the zipper pull was fake.

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