Tutorial in How to Michael Kors Outlet store Spot a Fake Designe

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Luxury goods, including designer Michael Kors Outlet store handbags, are known for their quality, use of expensive materials and impeccable construction. Handbags made by luxury brands such as Michael Kors, Chanel, Gucci and Prada can sometimes have a price tag in excess of several thousand dollars. Due to the popularity of designer bags, the market has experienced an influx of fakes and copies selling for a fraction of the price at street markets and by vendors. To spot a fake designer bag, look closely at the seams, fabric, packaging and price.Does this Spark an idea?Other People Are ReadingHow to Spot a Fake Designer HandbagHow to Spot a Fake Gucci BagInstructions 1Examine the seams and the small details of the bag. Handles, buckles, hardware, pockets and plaques are in immaculate condition on an authentic designer handbag. If you notice small bits of string coming off the interior or exterior seams or pockets, it could signal a fake. Zippers should be secure and open and close smoothly.2Pay close attention to the interior. Most designer brands feature exclusive patterned or monogrammed interiors that often feature a version of the company's logo. Designer bags also feature a high-quality interior fabric such as silk or suede. If you notice the interior fabric is of poor quality or doesn't resemble the interior fabric you have previously seen on the same designer bag, it is probably a fake.3Compare the logo. Designer brands have very specific copyrighted logos that are often featured on handbags. Fake designer handbags frequently have a logo that is slightly off -- for example, the logo may have a different font or a size difference in capitalized letters. Print out a copy of the official logo to compare to the handbag in question.4Look for a serial number and certificate of authenticity. Because of the prevalence in fake designer handbags, most authentic luxury handbags now come with a serial number and card. Look inside the bag for a plaque with a serial number or in the bag's dust bag for an envelope containing the card. If the bag in question has neither, it's probably a fake.5Analyze the price. Designer luxury handbags come with a hefty price tag, and sales don't usually bring down the prices significantly. If you spot a handbag offered at a price that seems "too good to be true," it probably is.6Consider the location of the bag for sale. Real designer handbags are sold in the brand's store, luxury boutiques and department stores. If you spot a designer handbag for sale at an outdoor market, on the street or in a location that doesn't seem appropriate, it's Michael Kors Handbags probably a fake.

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