Luxury products, especially bags, are some of the most coveted items on the planet. When something is highly coveted, usually the black market gets to work crafting and replicating, selling copies of the product for a cheaper price. There is a myriad of reasons why buying counterfeit goods are wrong, but the most prevalent reason is the fact that you are buying a copy of something that someone else has put blood sweat and tears into creating, marketing and selling.
The best piece of advice anyone can give to stay away from buying fake goods is by following the simple mantra, “if the deal looks too good to be true, then it probably is.”
If you are still confused, Racked has put together an awesome video on how to spot the difference between a fake and real bag.
Check out how to spot a fake designer bag below: