- Jan 10, 2016
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That "Brioni" tie is as fake as a $6 Canadian coin.
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Looks fine to me.Thinking of purchasing this vintage trench coat, but I don't know how to authenticate vintage with certainty. For the most I am convinced it is real, but if there is anything anyone would like to point out, that would be appreciated. Does Burberry ever stray from their classic tartan print.View attachment 1199972View attachment 1199974View attachment 1199973
No problem. I am just a collector so these things are kinda important to me if you know what I mean. I do my research of course, but other opinions always help. Thanks for the advice.Hey not trying to sound like a complete asshole but posting every single thing you find at a theft store for someone to authenticate is getting pretty old. 99% of that stuff no one is going to fake. Even if they did it would be a cheap version of an already shitty product and that just doesn’t happen. Do some researchif you have doubts. This is like a last resort thread not a go to first for every single thing thread