Chanel is one of the most desired luxury brands today. As a result, it is also one of the most replicated brands. There are a number of details to examine when identifying an authentic Chanel item. Keep in mind that not all Chanel replicas are made the same. Some replicas are much easier to spot than others. The replicas that are closest to the real thing, also known as “Superfakes” are pretty tricky to spot for most, as they are made to look almost exactly the same as an authentic Chanel. While these details may look close to identical, there will usually be at least a detail or two that are a little off. We’ll go over a few of the basics to help you identify an authentic Chanel bag or other small leather goods.
It’s no secret that Louis Vuitton date codes can be tricky to find. Date codes are generally used for internal purposes and are not actually designed to be totally visible to most consumers. Typically, they’re located in pretty discrete locations, such as the inside of a pocket, tucked into a corner, or hidden beneath a strap.
They’re placed in discrete locations so they don’t take away from the overall design of the bag. But as consumers, we know that date codes are an important component of the authenticity of the product. We’ll go over a few of the most popular Louis Vuitton bags and how to locate their date codes. Keep in mind that the location and style of date code can vary, and it all depends on the style of the bag, or the year when the bag was produced.
The way I aimlessly wander through the aisles of Target is a lot like how I spend my least gratifying days of motherhood. For better or for worse, I lose sight of my purpose and by afternoon settle on just doing better tomorrow. Maybe there is a list but there is no plan and I already know that I’ll be in a battle with myself for presence.
As I set my purse in my cart and walk through the doors, I am resolved. I’m just going to fill my cart with what I need. I’m not going to be distracted.
Today I authenticated 3 Louis Vuitton Speedies for customers. All three of them were fake and my customers had no clue. Rather than get an authenticate Louis Vuitton before they bid, they bought the bags (for hundreds of dollars each) and then luckily decided to reach out to me during their 48 hour return window.
While I was quickly able to determine their bags were without a doubt fake, the customers were shocked, angry, relieved – you name it. I can’t blame them though; How would you feel if you were holding a fake bag you just paid $500 for?
This post regarding Le Tote reviews was recently updated on 5/3/2018 to reflect updating pricing and options offered by Le Tote.
Last year I tried Le Tote for the first time. I went through my first month wasn’t into it and canceled right away. Over the next year, I kept thinking about Le Tote and wondered if I had written them off too soon. Finally, as the holiday season snuck up I realized I had plans to travel November and December and that my San Diego wardrobe wouldn’t cut I decided to try Le Tote again. If you want to get a walkthrough of both the good and the bad with Le Tote, follow along as I detail my 3-month subscription and exactly what I got.