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I linked to the same post...haha.I doubt there is anyone here who has a lot of inside knowledge on how well they authenticate items. But don't you think that just maybe they have a very strong vested interest in making that claim? And ask yourself how much it would cost them to pay true "experts" to authenticate every item they sell. A word of caution here.
Legit. No doubt. Tags were probably moved during removal of linenI just recently purchased on ebay a two button, double vent, single breasted suit that was described as a an authentic Brioni. The seller sells other suits and has 100% positive feedback for over 10,000 transactions. The suit jacket interior has the classic "Brioni " label with white lettering on black, but I noticed a few things that did not seem right and have me worried. especially there are traces near the tag...
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Is this suit real or fake? How can one tell? Thoughts from Brioni aficionados would be much appreciated! Thanks.
Based on the "Non Shatnez" tag the previous owner was probably Jewish and The mixture of wool and linen is prohibited by the bible (leviticus 19:19 according to Wikipedia)Thank you for your reply. Some people said to me traces near the tag, it is fake. but You console me. Would you tell me why linen removed?? Have a nice day!
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Yo. I got this on eBay, nomsayin? Does it look authentic to you? Seems like a quality piece. My other luxury ties I bought on therealreal. I’m scared to buy stuff on eBay out of fear they’re fake. Like I once saw a pair of Versace underwear with a tag that said “made in China.” Everyone knows Jonny’s stuff is made in Italy.
is this tie correct though?