If you’re in the market for a pair of Versace sunglasses, you may be wondering how you can tell whether what you’re buying is real.
Here are some things you can check to be sure you’re getting authentic Versace shades.
Versace has an online authentication process. There are three ways you can authenticate your sunglasses:
Here are some other things to look for so you can know if your Versace sunglasses are real:
You can check to see if your sunglasses are real before you even take them out of the box.
Look at the logo, font, and spelling of Versace. All the printing should look neat, clean, and straight. You can compare your box with printing and logo on the Versace website to see if everything looks correct.
Your sunglasses will come in a case that says “VERSACE” (in capital letters) and will have an information booklet and warranty card. You also will get a cleaning cloth with the logo and name stamped on it. The font, spelling, and logo on these items should look the same as on the website.
There are a number of things you can check to tell if your Versace sunglasses are real:
Luxury items are expensive. Versace sunglasses usually cost $250 to $500, but you may be able to find them on sale at an authorized retailer. If you’re eyeing a pair that costs a lot less, they may not be real.
Read the product description carefully if you’re shopping online. If you see the terms “genuine like” or “designer inspired,” these are clues that the product may not be authentic.
You can find out if your Versace glasses are real by checking many of the same things as the sunglasses:
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