Professional Guide: Spot FAKE Tory Burch Bags (2024)

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Last Updated on June 7, 2024 by Ch David

  • You’re looking at a Tory Burch bag
  • And wondering if it’s authentic or not

Fear not, our expert Tory Burch authenticators wrote this guide to settle it down. This guide helps you spot any model fake Tory Burch bag.

How to tell if a Tory Burch bag is real

Answer: Tell if a Tory Burch bag is real by checking the engraving inside the bag. Replicas may have more space between their letters.

1. Engraving

Tory Burch Bag Interior Engraving
  • Authentic:
    1. All the letters are closer to each other.
    2. Thinner inscriptions.
  • Fake:
    1. Too much space between the the letters — look at “T O”.
    2. Thicker and bigger print.

Too difficult? Let our team of expert Tory Burch authenticators take a look at your bag:
2. Stitching
Tory Burch Bag Back
  • Authentic: Smaller, denser stitches.
  • Fake: Bigger stitches, hence why they’re less dense.

3. Buckle

Tory Burch Bag Buckle
  • Authentic: Thinner letters — as they are engraved less deeper into the metal.
  • Fake: Thicker letters.

A quick mention:

  • The steps we’ve written so far are the BEST ways to authenticate this item
  • The next few steps are still reliable methods…
  • … but they apply to non-top-versions of replicas available for this item

If in doubt, we recommend double-checking the steps we’ve explained above this line.

4. Strap

Tory Burch Bag Strap
  • Authentic: Thinner, slimmer stitches.
  • Fake: Thicker stitching.

5. TB Logo

Tory Burch Bag Logo
  • Authentic: More intense, colorful buckle.
  • Fake: Less intense yellow for the golden buckle.

6. Flap

Tory Burch Bag Flap
  • Authentic: The stitches are a tiny bit longer than the fake ones.
  • Fake: Shorter stitches.

7. Chainlinks

Tory Burch Bag Chain
  • Authentic: Proper shining, reflecting any light that lands on the chain.
  • Fake: Doesn’t reflect light — looks like a poorer fabric.

Shortlist for Tory Burch bags

  1. Engraving: Authentic items have closer, thinner inscriptions; fakes have spaced-out letters and thicker print.
  2. Stitching: Authentic stitching is smaller and denser; fake stitching is larger and less dense.
  3. Buckle: Authentic buckles feature thinner letters due to shallower engraving; fakes have thicker letters.
  4. Strap: Authentic straps have thinner, slimmer stitches; fakes have thicker stitching.
  5. TB Logo: Authentic logos on the buckle are more intense and colorful; fakes have a less intense yellow color.
  6. Flap: Authentic flaps have slightly longer stitches; fakes have shorter stitches.
  7. Chainlinks: Authentic chainlinks shine and reflect light well; fakes do not reflect light, appearing of poorer quality.

Go through this list when you’re busy enough that you can’t read the entire guide.

It’s easier than reading every step!

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The process is like this:

  • You send us pictures of the bag
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  • They evaluate it
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Alternatively, use our free resources: written guides and video tutorials.

Thank you for reading this,

Ch Daniel and Ch David

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About the Author

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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