Okay, so just had this whole beautiful long paragraph typed out and then I accidently pressed a button and it deleted it. DANG! I hate that!
is a great site! And if you are serious about buying LV online, then her book is worth the money. Okay, so here's my breakdown. Fonts are a huge tipoff. Fake bags 99.9999% of the time will have a really crappy LV font. At the end of this I will post some pics. Also, don't rely on resale shops or other things of the like. I saw a fake LV and a so obviously fake Fendi it disgusted me. They usually don't check. LV does not do wholesale, ever, they only sell to authorized stores and a few online websites (www.eluxury.com
) and to my knowledge, LV never is marked down. Even some ebay sellers selling used LV that look genuine enough could be fake (they may not have known when the bought it, etc.) so make you sure you take all necessary precautions. The ebay seller mypoupette is not in any way related to mypoupette.com. They sell fakes.
That one wasn't as good as my first paragraph. Picture time!http://cgi.ebay.com/Louis-Vuitton-Wa... cmdZViewItem
That is fake. Note how tall and skinny the font is. Also, beware of sellers who sell multiples of single items. Like this girl, says she received this as 'an unwanted gift'. Well, I guess someone decided to give her oodles of fake LV! Ha. Don't fall for it.http://cgi.ebay.com/AUTH-LOUIS-VUITT...cmdZV iewItem
First of all, a mypoupette.com recommended seller, second of all, note the font. It's very round. Not skinny and tall. The font is always a really good way to tell fakes (which abound!) and real ones.