Sep 15, 2012
It's really hard to see important details on this photo, I would ask the seller for more photos from different angles. From what I can see, this looks like a good fake, but again it could be the quality of the picture. If you can get more pictures, or see the bag in person, this is a really good guide: http://reviews.ebay.com/Louis-Vuitt...
Sep 16, 2012
okay thanks Katelynn! =)
Sep 17, 2012
I own two Speedy's in the original pattern and all metal on the purse is solid. Also the pattern should be aligned all the way around the bag. There should be even and straight stitching inside and out.
I highly suggest just getting it straight from the source. Its not worth the trouble getting it from some random person on the internet. The bag in the pic might be real but whose to say that you won't get a fake sent to you. Its called a bait and switch. I wouldn't risk it.
ask the person on the online flea market if it has a number inside of the bag if it has a number then the bag is real if it dont then your looking at a fake lv
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