If you want to spot fake Burberry Lavenby bags, make sure to look at the label made out of leather which spells “Burberry London England”, since the fake Lavenby bags always have their inscriptions and stitches at the wrong thickness, while the retail Burberry bags must be flawless and have no such flaws.
Want to learn how to spot fake Burberry Lavenby bags? Tired of fake Burberry bags and you just want to see how not to get scammed with the fake pieces?
If so, then you’ve come into the right place, as we’ve compiled this ultimate real vs fake Burberry Lavenby guide that will show you all you need to know about the real and about the replica items.
Each step of our guide on how to authenticate Burberry Lavenby bags will have reference real vs fake Burberry Lvenby images which will help you visualise the real and the fake bags way easier.
The same as how we’ve mentioned at the top of the guide on how to spot fake Burberry Lavenby bags, we are now going to have a look at the inscriptions on the leather labels of the fake vs real Lavenby bags.
First things first, let’s quickly look at the fake vs real Burberry Lavenby bags in the image below, and right after that, we’ll explain everything.
In the image with the real vs replica Burberry bags above, we have pointed out how the fake bag’s extra label has quite a few flaws, but don’t worry, we’ll explain each one of these individually.
First of all, if you look at the stitching all around the patch (at the edges), you’ll see how the fake Burberry bag’s stitching looks too thin, while the genuine bag’s stitching is thicker.
Then, looking at the “BURBERRY” text, you can observe how the fake Lavenby’s inscription is too thin, and how there is too much blank space in-between the characters.
On the other hand, the retail Burberry Lavenby bag’s “BURBERRY” text has its letters thicker and closer to each other than the fake ones.
Lastly, the “London England” text on the fake Lavenby looks too thin, as it was fit too little deep into the leather, while the genuine Burberry bag’s same inscription is thicker and stamped deeper into the fabric.
Going to the second method of the guide on how to legit check Burberry bags, we are now going to talk a bit about the text stamped on the exterior side of the fake vs real Burberry Lavenby bags.
The exterior side of the bag’s text is pretty much the same as the one that we’ve previously inspected, as the only thing that differs is the location of the text – from the inside to the exterior of the real vs fake Burberry Lavenby bags.
As you can see in the image with the real vs fake Burberry Lavenby bags above, the fake bag’s “BURBERRY” text looks too thick, while the genuine inscription is “finer”, as it is thinner and less loud than the fake bag’s text.
Then, as for the “London England” text, you can notice how the replica Lavenby bag’s text is too thin this time, and how the real text is thicker and stamped deeper into the leather.
Proceeding to the third step of the guide on how to spot fake Burberry Lavenby bags, we are now going to have a quick look at the stitching on the long patch which sits at the base of the handler.
As always, we are going to do this on both the real vs fake Burberry bags, so let’s quickly check the image below.
The picture with the fake vs real Burberry bags above shows you how the replica Lavenby bag’s stitches are at the wrong thickness.
In fact, you can see how the dupe Burberry Lavenby bag’s threads are too tiny, and that’s due to the fact that they are too short, too thin and therefore way smaller than the real ones.
The genuine bag’s stitching all around the patch looks bulkier and more dense, as the stitches are bigger, longer and thicker than the fake ones.
As for the fourth way on how to spot fake Burberry Lavenby bags, we are going to have a look at the real vs fake Burberry bags for their inscription engraved at the bottom interior side of the bags.
The picture with the real vs fake Burberry Lavenby bags above shows you how the fake bag’s text looks too thin, as the letters are too narrow.
On the other hand, the genuine Burberry Lavenby bag’s same “MADE IN ITALY” text looks thicker, smaller and generally bulkier than the fake bag’s text.
That aside, the replica Lavenby bag’s stitching below this little inscription has its threads too thin and too long, while the genuine bag’s threads look thicker and shorter than the fake ones.
For the fifth and the last step of the guide on how to spot fake Burberry Lavenby bags, we are now going to look at the real vs fake Burberry bags from their profile sides.
As you may know, the profile side of the real vs fake Burberry Lavenby bags presents two little stitching lines on both the left and the right side of the dent.
The picture with the authentic vs fake Burberry Lavenby bags above shows you how the fake bag’s stitching is improperly detailed.
If you look at the line of stitching on the left side of the dent, you can see how the line is actually to ofar away from the dent itself, and how the right side’s line is closer to the dent.
On the other hand, the genuine Burberry Lavenby bag’s lines on the left and on the right sides have the same distance from the dent.
Then talking about the thickness of the threads, you can see how the fake bag’s stitches are too thin, and how the real bag’s threads are thicker and more defined.
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