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Did You Buy a Real Gucci Bag?

Updated on March 9, 2019
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I am currently a college student who is getting my associates in marketing!

How to Spot a Fake!

The Gucci is a luxury bag that catches your eye whenever you walk into the store or when you see one passing by. I am a mother who is always looking for a good deal along with many other people. I am a nifty shopper and I have found you can buy Gucci but discounted. You have to be aware of what you are buying, because as the saying goes, “If it’s to good to be true, it’s probably is”. I have went on sites like PoshMark, because they have people who if you buy a bag over $500 they will make sure it’s real for you. I love the idea of that but not every website offers that. When you go to a thrift store that offers more luxury items you may have difficulty telling what is real. I am here to help you make sure you are getting the real deal. The first thing you should look for if identification card, but you have to keep in mind if it’s used some people may have lost it. A real Gucci bag should come with a dust bag or a box because if someone purchases the real deal they will want to keep it in good shape. The stitching of the bag is very important, because it should be perfect. You have to pay close attention that it is the same color as your handbag and nothing looks funny. The handbag’s material should be the highest quality because keep in mind someone paid a lot of money on this bag brand new. I would recommend going to the Gucci store and feeling their quaintly, so you will be able to tell the difference in premium quality. The logo Is VERY important whenever you are looking at your bag. You have to make sure the GG is engraved and not stitched to the bag. You have to pay special attention that is is G’s and not C’s. The last thing that should done is looking for at the serial number. It will have 4-6 numbers on it leather tab inside the bag or inside the pocket. You have to look but if you are buying a real one it will have one. A red flag is anything starting with 0 or one, because it’s not real. I hope now you are educated on how to spot a real Gucci bag. You can feel safer with purchasing your dream bag but for cheaper!

© 2019 Heidi Alie Sisum


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