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HOW TO SPOT A FAKE DESIGNER BAG

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The following tips have been contributed by Elizabeth Bernstein, Director of Handbags, Portero.

Portero buys and sells only pre-used handbags such as Hermes, Chanel, Luis Vuitton, Prada and Gucci. Prices can be of the order of many thousands of dollars, but if you wish to simply feast your eyes on what is an extensive collection of expensive bags that are for sale, Portero is the site to browse.

Bella Charis handbags being a newly trademarked brand are busy marketing and presenting its first class collection of bags to the public and are proceeding on the path pioneered by brands such as those mentioned above, all of whom were established many decades ago. In fact Bella Charis already competes strongly in design and manufacture quality with the most famous of brands currently on sale at Portero. So Bella (beauty) Charis (charm) has already come a long way in a relatively short period of time.

In the article "How to spot a false designer bag: Tips from Portero expert Elizabeth Bernstein, by Kim West 10 March, 2014, Beauty World News", the following questions were asked of Ms Bernstein:

  • "Is it easy to spot a fake designer handbag?"
  • "What makes it hard for the average shopper to tell the difference between a real bag and a fake bag?"
  • "Are fake bags still prevalent for mainstream shoppers, or is this a black market industry?"
  • "What brands are the most popular amongst the counterfeit industry to replicate?"
  • "What tools can we use to spot a fake designer handbag?"
  • "What tips and tricks should you arm yourself with?"
  • "Any additional advice?"
  • "Are there any glaring differences between a fake and a real bag?"

The answers given by Ms Bernstein are excellent and are thus a most welcome addition to the Come & Shop list of related blog articles.

    References

    1. www.beautyworldnews.com (publisher of the above mentioned article)
    2. Elizabeth Bernstein is the Director of Handbags for Portero - www.portero.com
    3. for additional sources consult other blog articles on the Come & Shop website, www.comeandshop.com.au. [The Come & Shop website is very proud that it is one of very few websites retailing handbags, that provides a blog on a range of fashion accessory topics. It separates us out as a business genuinely interested in engaging customers and fellow professionals alike.]

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