Louis Vuitton Sunglasses: REAL vs FAKE Millionaires

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Last Updated on May 16, 2024 by Ch David

Trying to learn how to spot fake Louis Vuitton Millionaire 1.1 sunglasses? This is the ultimate guide for Louis Vuitton sunglasses.

How to tell if your Louis Vuitton sunglasses are real or fake

To tell if your Louis Vuitton sunglasses are real or fake, check if the inside of the temples shows bolded text. Fakes always have thick text.

1. Left temple

  • The letters and the numbers on the fake pair are too thick and too big.
  • Due to the symbols being too thick on the fake pair, you can see how there is too little space between the characters.

Then, so as not to overwrite it all, if you look at all of the other inscriptions on the left temple of the fake item, you can notice how the characters are too thick, and how in the real deal, they are thinner.


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2. Right temple

  • All of the letters, numbers and other symbols are too thick on the fake item, while on the legit pair, they are thinner.
  • The fake sunglasses use the wrong font for their text.
  • The characters in the “PARIS, FRANCE” text and the line below are too big on the fake pair.

Talking about the authentic Millionaire LV sunglasses, you can see how their characters are smaller than those on the fake piece.

3. Side logos

  • The fake sunglasses have the “LV” too thick.
  • Looking at these two lines with the classic monogram, you can see how the fake item has its monogram too thin.

By that, we mean that the fake item doesn’t have its inscription engraved as deep as the authentic one, while the legit LV sunglasses have their monogram engraved deeper, therefore looking thicker.

4. Top-down details

  • The fake item has its monogram at the wrong thickness.
  • The fake sunglasses have their monogram flowers and the “LV” text logo engraved too deep into the metal.

On the other hand, the authentic sunglasses have their monogram’s pattern fit less deep into the metal, therefore seeming thinner than the pattern found on the fake pair.

Shortlist: Check Louis Vuitton sunglasses in 30 seconds

  1. Look at the inscriptions on the left temple of your sunglasses. Mostly, the replica Louis Vuitton Millionaire pairs have their inscriptions too thick
  2. Then, also have a look at the ones on the right temple, as they always tend to be either too thick or too thin, or either to vary in font-weights
  3. Inspect the sunglasses from the side. In most cases, the fake sunglasses tend to have their “LV” inscription too thick, and their monogram’s pattern is also too thin
  4. Check the sunglasses from a top-down angle. Usually, the fake sunglasses tend to have their monogram pattern and also look too thin or too thick

Here is a short list we’ve made in order to be easier for you to check the authenticity of a Louis Vuitton Millionaire pair of sunglasses.

Expert Louis Vuitton sunglasses authentication

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All you have to do is send us high-quality pictures of your Louis Vuitton Millionaire sunglasses and we will get back to you with the results within 24 to 48 hours. 

The results will also come with a report on why we believe your sunglasses are fake or authentic.

With all of this being said, we reached the end of our guide on how to spot fake LV Millionaire authentication guide. 

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David is the co-founder and co-CEO of Legit Check By Ch. David's experience: 5+ years of creating educational content in the fashion industry. 6+ years of authenticating luxury items. Currently, David is the Head Editor of the LCBC Library, where 1,000,000+ words have been published, in free guides, for over 1,000 items.
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