Hi, Not a purse, I apologize; but this forum came up first on google and seems more active with vuitton-lovers than any other; which is more important. A couple months ago I purchased a small lot of clothing 2nd-hand locally. It was all for a good price; the overcoats were authentic, excellent condition, and my father loves them (I gave them as a christmas gift), the shearling and suede coats I enjoy myself. Also in the lot, however, were two pair of Louis Vuitton pajamas. I'm curious if they even could be real-- to the best of my very limited knowledge, LV only makes purses with the occasional dress? Would they even have made pajamas? The provenance is better than it could be... I bought the items from a lawyer, and one who could afford and then sell at deep loss $1000-overcoats is more likely to have a wife who gave him genuine pajamas than knock-offs than if I bought them from a recent college grad like myself. But not guaranteed. There is no label whatsoever. One is gold with a dark brown monogram, the other is brown with a gold monogram. The stitching is competent; no handwork, but then again, there's nothing in pajamas that requires hand-stitching. Another thing that would be useful to know is if it is real silk or not-- rayon would preclude the possibility of the garment being genuine; such a brand would not dabble in synthetics? I have a coat with viscose lining, and I have a coat with silk lining for comparison; honestly I can't tell the difference. Texture and luster are subtly different and perhaps as accountable by different weights and weaves than by silk/synethetic. The buttons are undoubtedly plastic, however, I only occasionally see real mother-of-pearl and horn buttons on even high-end garments anyway. I don't currently have any photos; my main doubt is if Louis Vuitton ever made pajamas at all! But if they have, and if the described details fit, then I can borrow a friend's digital camera and take photos as well. thanks!!!