Not all Louis Vuitton is original because nowadays, more fake Louis Vuitton is spreading.

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Ways to Spot Fake Louis Vuitton Purse

Louis Vuitton, as a brand widely known for its luxurious design and quality has increasingly spreading many fake and imitation products. How to know whether your Louis Vuitton is fake or not? Well, you have to know the different ways in how to spot fake Louis Vuitton.
When buying an expensive product like Louis Vuitton, it is essential that you know you're getting the real and original ones. You can spot most fakes by examining the appearance and quality of the bag itself. Other times, researching the seller is enough to give you a good idea about the purse's authenticity.
Look at the overall design of the product. The bag’s design should be your first clue about its authenticity. Some fake designs are obviously fake, but others may require a little more research to catch. Find out if the bag is an authentic design. Odds are, if you do not recognize the design as a Louis Vuitton, it may not be. If you have any doubts, check the bag design through a boutique, on the official Louis Vuitton website, or in a catalogue to determine its authenticity. You should also be aware of the designs that were likely to seem real and original ones but are actually fake.
Your next biggest clue about a bag’s authenticity should be the little details, such as its zippers, interior lining, or date code. Every design is a little different, but there are many similarities between designs that will also help clue you in. You should avoid bags with an attached tag. Most official Louis Vuitton purses do not have the tag attached. Instead, the tag is separate, often slid into a pocket of the purse. Be especially wary of tags that look cheap and are attached with little more than a thin piece of string. You should also pay attention to the interior lining. Most knock-offs use cheap plastic or suede to line their bags. A real bag may be lined with a variety of textiles, depending on the specific design, but most are lined with canvas, fine micro monogram textile, cross-grain leather, polyester, or microfiber suede. Be wary of bags that have plastic wrapped around the handles. The oxidizing natural cowhide leather does not need this protective plastic, and bags that come with that plastic might be fakes.
Look at any clasps or other hardware. Legitimate bags use brass or gold metal, but many fakes use plastic with a layer of gold paint. Look for zippers with the ""LV"" logo imprinted on the pull. Originally, authentic Louis Vuitton bags were only made in France. For the past several decades, however, the company has also produced bags in the United States, Spain, Germany, and Italy.
To spot fake Louis Vuitton, check the quality carefully. Examine the stitches first; you should also walk away from bags with a tilted pattern. Look for upside-down LV's on the back. Not all authentic bags have upside-down LV's, but many do, especially if the design was made with one continuous, seamless piece of leather that wraps all around the bag. This is especially true of the Speedy styles, Keepalls, and Papillons. ,br/> You should be aware in the products you are purchasing especially when you’re dealing with the original ones. You should know the ways on how to spot fake and imitation ones.

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