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It’s the most classic of designer knockoffs: fake Louis Vuitton. Sure, they’ve come a long way from the days of tacky cotton bags with the initials LV plastered on, but the fakes still exist, ruining the reputation of the real thing. I was a victim of one of these fakes myself.

I had been wanting a Louis Vuitton for years, and thought I was doing the right thing by buying one online. A whole wealth of options just popped up, fake and real. Although I wasn’t sure which one to choose, I figured for the price tag I was paying it had to be the real deal. Little did I know that it was made of cheap, low-quality material, with sloppy embroidery and a winding zipper that broke after a few uses. Not to mention the disgustingly loud smell that came with it!

I was so disappointed. It felt like all that money I spent had gone to waste. But I learned a lesson that day: if it seems too good to be true, it probably is. Just like some salespeople might skirt the truth about the realness of their products, fake Louis Vuitton are also rampant in the online world. Look out for marked down prices, and check for authenticity by looking at the stitching, the zipper pull pulls, and the authenticity stamps.

My experience with the fake Louis Vuitton has definitely turned me into an expert on how to spot a real from a fake. The key is to look for the details: stitching tightness, zippers, the feel of the material. I’m always so wary when buying something online— it’s jus[……]

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