- Feb 28, 2006
dumb question, but is there a good way to do this? i'm not looking forward to having the sa's look down their noses at me and say "you want us to do what?" :shame:
I also feel bad that I seem like I'm just out to get a deal if I say straight up that I bought it from the internet.. which I admittedly am out to get though. :shame: Usually I just ask if it's a fake and if so, I'd like to know since I wouldn't want to carry it in that case.Louis_Vuitton_Lover said:mine either....I just hate going in with the "scary" answer that my bag is fake...but all 6 bags I've bought from ebay ARE REAL...they even told me I got a really good deal because they look new or in really good condition...I just walk in and ask then can you please tell me is this was real..I got it as a gift...because if you say ebay/ internet they are going to...assume right away that they are fake...even before you take it out.
I agree with you...i'd feel very unconfortable tooDarienlim said:I agreed with most of you. I can't stand the way how they looked at you when you showed up with bags for them to do you a favor. I suppose if you are well familiar with LV and have enough knowledge about it, then I don't see why you should let them authenticate it for you. Unless it's a discontinued or even vintage pieces, then maybe I will drag myself to the boutique and show it to them.
Also, not all SA/managers are as knowledgable as you might expected them to be.