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Sunday, November 30, 2014

How to Spot Fake Coach Handbags

Spotting phony Coach handbags is difficult at times because no official blueprint exists for manufacturing a Coach bag. Much different than the uniformity evidenced with Chanel and Louis Vuitton bags. Thus a detail on one authentic bag may be completely inconsistent with the details on another similar and equally authentic bag. And it is this Coach truth that makes separating the genuine from the phony bags difficult at times, and it is also what grants the scammers a lot of wiggle room when producing the counterfeit bags.
The Logo pattern: The unmistakably famous CC logo patterns, or double C monogram pattern should always line up symmetrically in the center of the bag. No irregular patterns or an uneven sequencing pattern should exist. Check the CC logo pattern for uneven and asymmetric monogram patterns at the center seam. Remember: If the double C monogram pattern is asymmetric in any way in the center or the bag, then the handbag in question is most likely a fake.
The "A" in Coach: The font should always have the same characteristics, the most notable being the point on top of the "A". Check the hang tag, the label etc, anywhere that the Coach is font is located and look at the top of the A. If any of the "A's" have a flat top, a squared off or rounded top, then that is a major red flag. If it is a genuine bag, the A should have a pointed top.
The label: The Coach label should have clear stamp impressions, the creed should have no misspellings or grammatical errors, and the stitch line that frames the label should be even, and an equal distance from the edge of the label on all four sides. Good luck and safe shopping!

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