How can I determine if a Fendi bag is genuine or a knock-off?
Fendi bags are High Quality all over. Few things to look for are: no cheap material (cloth or /or leather); no loose stitching or crooked seams. Stitching must be even; the threat color is the same or at least blend with the rest of the bag; the logo is always engraved, not stamped. There are some other ways to know, but at least these are basic ones. Hope I helped.
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