|I love the blue stamped Neverfull! It is definitely on my wishlist! What about yours?|
This article will explore some key tips for those shopping for a Louis Vuitton Neverfull (whether it be fake, authentic, used etc.). One thing I must say is that Louis Vuitton's are probably one of the best replicated handbags since they are so popular (I can't blame everyone though - Louis Vuitton is so iconic, and my heart personally swoons everytime I get a glimpse of a monogram print!). Now if we are to go even further into the LV line, the Neverfull is probably THE most replicated handbag. What does this mean? There are some pretty good copies out there.
So if you are a lovely lady (or gent) lookin' for a real Louis Vuitton Neverfull there are certain things you must pay close attention to in order to ensure your handbag is authentic and NOT fake. At the same time if you are looking for a good knockoff these tips can help you too, since there are many Louis Vuitton Neverfull replicas out there at great prices which fit most of these conditions (I have one myself). Here are the key features to pay attention to when perusing around for a Louis Vuitton Neverfull handbag:
1. Check the Date Code!
The easiest way to find out if your bag is a knockoff is to check the date code on the handbag! Louis Vuitton has a very particular way of labelling the date codes on their handbags so if it is replica it is usually off. Obviously the date code is one of the more subtle differences which cannot be noticed by the naked eye, but if you are looking for an authentic (especially if it is second hand) it is always necessary to check the date code before you pay a hefty fee for the bag! On the other hand if you are in the market for a replica handbag, I would suggest not paying much attention to the date code since it is inside the handbag and nobody will be able to see it when you carry the bag, unless you wear it inside out (in which case you should be carrying a Louis Vuitton :-P).
So what is they system Louis Vuitton uses for their date codes? Well there is a letter indicating the factory in France which the handbag was produced in, followed by a few digits which represent the month and year of production. Basically the two first letters refer to the factory, and the 1st and 3rd digits refer to month, while the 2nd and last digits refer to year of production. Kind of confusing, but I am assuming it is done to prevent the ease of replication by the fake manufacturers. In case you were curious about the factories in France which make up the list of letters used, they include:
last weekend I went to a mall near by. I was so shock that one of the boutique are selling Replica Neverfull, which was I saw detailed, it looked so real with the original one I have...The sales counter said it's the super one which is close to the authentic one. Oh my...I can't believe, how they can find such material, color, inside motive ,models, threads and sizes that looks really alike.Even me, I can not find the difference. I have even touch and feel the bag. The soft leather also feel no different than mine. The one that different only the price. Compare the authentic LV I bought for Sing$1000, this fake Bags only around US$110...I really shock when she told the price
Any comment from you all. What's make the major different between the super replica and authentic. Now I feel really down cause My lovely authentic neverfull has the replica which really looks alike with hardly no difference
See what I mean? To finish this article off I have attached a picture of my tried and true (aka very old) replica Louis Vuitton Neverfull in monogram canvas which is patina'ing just fine!
|The Louis Vuitton Neverfull in monogram canvas. It is a replica - but a well done one!|