How to Spot a Real Dolce and Gabbana Handbag
If want to get a Dolce and Gabbana handbag, then you're probably looking for a more classic and robust design. Nevertheless, you should take the time to find out if the designer handbag is real or not.
A Dolce and Gabbana handbag costs at least $500 but oftentimes $1000 and up. If it costs $20 to $100, then it's most likely a fake. But for many of us who can't afford the real thing, fake bags could be a good choice price-wise though the quality is often sacrificed.
A fake Dolce and Gabbana handbag can have an emblem that is spelled incorrectly or has a dodgy font. On the other hand, a real Dolce and Gabbana handbag will have its very own emblem on metal rings, handles and zippers. If you have a Dolce and Gabbana bag, see if the emblem has come undone. An emblem that has gone off within the first few months of use tells that your supplier sells fake designer handbags.
Textile and Embellishments
A real Dolce and Gabbana handbag is usually made of real leather. If the leather appears shiny or very smooth to the touch then it is fake. Also, fake leather easily peels off. Watch out for rough metalwork, wrinkly handles and sloppy zippers. Only high-quality materials are used in a real Dolce and Gabbana handbag.
See if the designer bag sits without slouching in on its own weight. Also, the bag should have the appropriate weight for its size. Pockets located on the inside and outside must not appear as though they were crudely stuck to the bag, rather, they must be clean-lined. Check that the inner lining isn't fragile enough that it will tear within one month.
Stitching should not be loose, careless or crooked. The stitching inside a real Dolce and Gabbana handbag is equally as neat as its external stitching.
Check that the zipper and threads used in a handbag does not have colors that go against each other. This characteristic is found only in fake bags. Suppliers like to use tan stitches because they look neutral on almost any color and they can save on thread, too. Still, tan-colored threads can look very bad on brighter colors. An authentic Dolce and Gabbana handbag uses a more pleasing palette.
Colored, textured or logo prints must not go over the seams or overlap. It is obvious when a print is abruptly cut and if patterns aren't even.
You might be told that a Dolce and Gabbana handbag is real, even though it is fake. The downside would be if you were tricked into buying it for $1000. If you don't want this to happen to you, take note of the tips in this article.