8 Easy Ways to Spot a Fake Dior Bag ...


8 Easy Ways to Spot a Fake Dior Bag ...
8 Easy Ways to Spot a Fake Dior Bag ...

How To Spot A Fake Dior Bag? What if I get ripped off? What if the bag I already own isn’t authentic? In case you’re an experienced eBay shopper, trusted seller, Dior expert or a member of one or more fashion forums, you certainly know more and more girls tend to show up with these questions and for a pretty good reason, I might add! Cool, rare, sold out bags as well as the ones that retailed for quite a bit can now be found online and the only way to make sure you don’t miss out on a fabulous offer is to know exactly how to spot a fake Dior bag and avoid getting ripped off! Well, that’s exactly the point of this post so if you’ve been browsing for info on how to spot a fake Dior bag, you don’t need to click around anymore, as I’ve made sure to include all of the most important clues!

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Inspect the Writing on the Inner Label

The easiest way to tell whether the bag is authentic or not is to carefully inspect the inner label a.k.a that little square patch sewn onto the interior zip pocket. The label should be fixed on its top (so you can flip it up) and have “Christian Dior” and “Paris” in front and MADE IN ITALY (or SPAIN) and the code on its back. Some bags (like Gaucho) will have both Christian Dior Paris and MADE IN ITALY written in front so you should definitely do your homework and learn everything there is to learn about the style you’re interested in. Now, speaking about these writings, make sure they don’t look like they have been simply printed onto the leather because this definitely means the bag is fake. Dior is a high end brand and everything should be perfect including the tag. So, to make the long story short, the letters should be embossed so if you’re not in the position to run your fingers over it to verify this, don’t be afraid to ask for close-up photos!


Authentic Dior bags are made with the highest attention to detail, and the inner label is no exception. It should be a small square patch sewn onto the interior zip pocket, and when flipped up, should have “Christian Dior” and “Paris” written on the front. Depending on the style of the bag, it may also have “MADE IN ITALY” or “MADE IN SPAIN” written on the front. On the back, the label should have a code that is unique to the bag.

The letters on the label should be embossed, not simply printed onto the leather. If the letters are printed, this is a sure sign that the bag is not authentic. In order to verify this, it is best to run your fingers over the label to feel the embossing. If this is not possible, it is a good idea to ask for close-up photos of the inner label.


Inspect the Stitching on the Inner Label

Now, since that little square patch can tell so much about the authenticity of the bag in question, my next tip on how to spot a fake Dior bag would be to check and double check the stitching! Bags produced after mid 90’s should have perfect stitches on all four corners of the inner label while the ones produced in early 90’s should have the stitch going through the top portion of the label only. Vintage bags (read: ones made before this period) won’t have a leather tag but a gold or silver stamping (like vintage Chanels) saying Made in France. This isn’t a red flag, ladies, as vintage models have indeed been produced in France.


The stitching on the inner label of a Dior bag is an important indicator of its authenticity. If the bag was made after the mid-1990s, the stitching should be perfect on all four corners of the inner label. For bags made in the early 90s, the stitching should only go through the top portion of the label. It is important to note that vintage models, made before this period, will not have a leather tag, but will instead have a gold or silver stamping that says "Made in France". This is not a red flag, as vintage bags were indeed produced in France.

Other things to look for when examining a Dior bag for authenticity include the logo, the shape of the bag, the material used, and the hardware. The logo should be properly embossed or printed, and the bag should be symmetrical in shape. The material should be of good quality, and the hardware should be made of metal. The serial number should also be present, and it should be properly printed or embossed. Additionally, the bag should have an authenticity card and a booklet with care instructions. If any of these elements are missing or incorrect, it is likely that the bag is not authentic.

Frequently asked questions

For vintage Dior bags, it's important to do a thorough authenticity check which includes examining the overall quality, checking for a serial number, and comparing to historical models. Seeking an expert opinion or authentication service might also be helpful.

Yes, a genuine Dior bag comes with an authenticity card that should match the serial number inside the bag. Check for discrepancies or low-quality printing on the card which might suggest it's a fake.

Authentic Dior bags will have even, straight, and tight stitching without any loose threads. The pattern of stitching should be consistent throughout the bag.

Yes, the logo on a genuine Dior bag will have precise and clean lettering with specific fonts and spacing. A fake Dior bag might have a logo that's uneven, blurry, or has incorrect font style.

You can look for clues like checking the quality of the material, the stitching and craftsmanship, the logo and branding details, the authenticity card, the serial number, and compare them with an authentic Dior bag to see if there are any inconsistencies.


Check the Authenticity Code

Once you’ve inspected the label and made sure it looks just like the one you’ve seen inside 100% authentic bags, it’s time to start eyeballing that authenticity code stamped on the back of the label. Now, that’s one thing companies that produce counterfeit bags usually don’t get right so, in case everything seemed perfect so far, this could be a major clue. And, unlike Chanel and many other brands that use only numbers, Dior “labels” their bags with strings of both numbers and letters separated with a dash (-). So, unless the code on the back of the label looks something like this 00-XY-0000 (two numbers, two letters, four numbers), you can’t be sure the bag is absolutely authentic (unless the bag is rare or limited edition – they might have different codes).


The authenticity code is an important part of determining the authenticity of a Dior bag. It is a unique combination of numbers and letters that is stamped onto the back of the label of the bag. It is important to check this code carefully, as counterfeiters often get this detail wrong. The code should look like this: 00-XY-0000 (two numbers, two letters, four numbers). If the code does not match this format, it is likely that the bag is not authentic.

It is also important to note that some limited edition and rare Dior bags may have different codes. These codes can be found on the official Dior website, so it is important to double check with the website if you are unsure about the authenticity of a bag.

In addition to the authenticity code, it is important to look closely at the label itself. It should be of high quality and have all the correct information printed on it. The font should be the same as that used on the official Dior website and the colors should be vibrant and clear. The label should also be securely attached to the bag.


Be Real

Okay, let’s be real – you can’t buy a $1,000 bag for $150, especially if we’re talking about a brand new bag and a brand new style. That, of course, doesn’t mean you can’t snag a very beautiful, 100% authentic pre-loved Dior bag or even one of those chic vintage classics for a price that’s even lower than $500. The question is this – is that what you want? If the answer is no, it’s time to think about the amount of money you’re willing to spend and styles you’d like to add to your collection. Yes, you could still save some cash because somebody might be selling exactly what you want to buy (unwanted gift, impulse purchase, bag that has been babied so much that it never even got the chance to leave the dust bag) but you can’t save as much as you would have by opting for a pre-loved item. I mean, let’s think about it – if I paid $1,000 for a bag I never got a chance to use, I’d expect to sell it for at least 70% of the initial price! Wouldn’t you?


When shopping for a Dior bag, it's important to be aware of the difference between a real and a fake. A real Dior bag is made with high-quality materials and craftsmanship, and it will last for many years. Fake Dior bags, on the other hand, are made with inferior materials and craftsmanship, and they won't last as long. It's important to know how to spot a fake Dior bag so that you don't get scammed.

When shopping for a Dior bag, look for the brand's logo. The Dior logo should be clearly visible, and it should be embossed or printed on the bag. The logo should be consistent across all of the brand's products. Also, check the bag's lining. Dior bags are lined with a high-quality material, and the lining should be consistent with the material used for the outside of the bag.


Pay Close Attention to the Hardware

Now, in case all of these checked out and you’re still wondering how to spot a fake Dior bag, my next advice would be to inspect hardware very closely. The general rule is that authentic Dior hardware isn’t all smooth and shiny but kind of matte and old-looking although I believe this rule excludes vintage bags (but, more about those later). So, if you have your eye on a fab, new style, definitely pay attention to this and, in case the hardware looks too flashy (or even cheap), don’t rush to take that potentially counterfeit baby home. Oh, yes – let’s not forget the popular Saddle either! Now, if you love this bag, you probably know that the metal CD zipper pull used for the inside zip compartment is something unique for this particular style meaning that all other styles with this specific zipper pull are fakes. Decorative C and D links (especially the small metal piece connecting them) could help you spot an obvious fake as well, as it is widely known that there should be no visible screws!


Authentic Dior bags are known for their high-quality craftsmanship and attention to detail. Therefore, it is important to pay close attention to the hardware when trying to spot a fake Dior bag. The hardware on an authentic Dior bag is usually matte and old-looking, though this may not apply to vintage bags. Additionally, the Saddle bag has a unique metal CD zipper pull for the inside zip compartment, so any other style with this zipper pull is likely to be a counterfeit. Furthermore, the decorative C and D links should not have any visible screws, as this is a sign of a fake.

In addition to hardware, the material of the bag can also be a tell-tale sign of a fake. Authentic Dior bags are typically made of high-quality leather or canvas. If the material feels cheap or has a synthetic smell, it is likely a counterfeit. Additionally, the stitching on an authentic Dior bag should be even and consistent, with no loose threads or fraying.

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Check the Dustbag

Authentic Dior dustbags are never shiny or cheap-looking so the next, and I might add, very important tip on how to spot a fake Dior bag would be to pay attention to this little detail. Now, some eBay guides advise people to look for dusbags with grey “Dior” print only, stating those are the only authentic ones out there which, if I may be so free, isn’t 100% true. The style of Dior dustbags did change over the years so if you manage to run into a vintage piece that still has its dustbag, you’ll notice that dustbag bares the retro oval Christian Dior Paris logo. New models come in new dustbags with nothing more than grey Dior lettering printed on the white cotton while the older (but not too old) bags should have grey Christian Dior Paris letters. Black letters, however, should raise a red flag and the same goes for silk (or other shiny, non-cottony) fabrics.


Authentic Dior dustbags are made of a white cotton material, and should never be shiny or cheap-looking. The dustbag should have either grey “Dior” or grey “Christian Dior Paris” lettering printed on it. Black lettering should be a red flag and indicate that the bag may be fake. Additionally, if the dustbag is made of silk or any other shiny, non-cottony material, this is also a sign that the bag may not be authentic.

Vintage Dior bags may have dustbags with a retro oval Christian Dior Paris logo. This is a sign that the bag is likely authentic. However, if the dustbag is too old, it may not be an accurate indicator of authenticity.

When shopping for a Dior bag, it’s important to pay attention to the dustbag. If the dustbag is not as described, it’s best to err on the side of caution and assume that the bag is a fake. It’s best to purchase an authentic Dior bag from a reputable retailer or authorized reseller.


Check Authenticity Certificates

Your bag should come with a small envelope containing a grey, watermarked Authenticity Card and a Care Booklet, each of them translated into three languages (English, Chinese and French). Authenticity Card should read Christian Dior either in black or gold on one side and have blank fields on the other side (so the details of the purchase could be added). Care Booklet, or Maintenance Guide, if you prefer, should, of course be readable meaning that it won’t contain examples of poor grammar and even worst spelling skills.


The Authenticity Card should also have a unique serial number printed on it. It should also have the Christian Dior logo embossed on it. The Care Booklet should have instructions on how to properly care for the bag. It should also include information on how to spot a fake Dior bag.

The Authenticity Card should also come with a hologram sticker. The hologram should have the Christian Dior logo on it. It should also have the words “Authentic Christian Dior” printed on it. The hologram should be difficult to replicate and should not be easily peeled off.

The Care Booklet should also include information on how to store the bag. It should have tips on how to keep the bag in good condition. It should also have information on how to clean the bag.

The bag should also have a dust bag. The dust bag should be made of a high quality material and should have the Christian Dior logo printed on it. The dust bag should also have a drawstring closure.


Overall Quality

Poor stitching and low quality materials are two very clear indicators of a fake bag and my little tutorial on how to spot a fake Dior bag simply wouldn’t be complete without them. So, in case the bag looks to “plasticky” to be real, it probably isn’t! Authentic Dior linings come in many colors and fabrics nowadays so, if you want to be able to say whether the bag is authentic or not simply by observing this detail, you’ll have to be a real expert. Since I’m still not capable of doing this I kind of rely on the next best thing and that’s inspecting the lining for bad stitching and other imperfections that are usually always there!

Well, ladies, now you know how to spot a fake Dior bag and I really hope you’ll manage to find a beautiful, authentic and affordable piece you’ll be proud to show off! Vintage or modern, pre-loved or brand new – that special bag you choose for yourself certainly deserves such a stylish owner! So, re-read these tips because your fabulous find might be just a day or two away! And, a little question for all of you proud owners – Could you share some tips on how to spot a fake Dior, some details about your bag or anything that could help future Dior fans learn more about the differences between authentic bags and knock offs?

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Authentic Dior bags are made from the finest leathers and materials, and are crafted with precision and attention to detail. The stitching on an authentic bag should be even and tight, and the leather should be of a high quality. The hardware should be made of metal and should be free from any blemishes or scratches. The Dior logo should be embossed or printed onto the leather, and the bag should come with an authenticity card and dustbag.

When inspecting an item for authenticity, it is important to look for any imperfections or inconsistencies. The shape should be symmetrical, and the hardware should be properly aligned. The zipper should be of a high quality and should open and close smoothly. The lining should be made of a high quality fabric and should be free from any visible flaws. Additionally, the logo should be properly aligned and the bag should come with its original tags and packaging materials.

When shopping for a Dior bag, it is important to purchase from a reputable retailer. In addition, buyers should also check the return policy of the store and inquire about any warranties. Furthermore, buyers should always compare prices and look for any discounts or promotions. Lastly, buyers should always read customer reviews before making a purchase.

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I was also told that the inside tag from the late 90's on is squared off on the top, rounded on the bottom corners, and is stitched on all four side, with the top stitching being black.

Ok so what if it doesn't have anything on the back of the tag at all?

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