Learn From My Mistake | How To Authenticate Christian Louboutin Shoes

I made a mistake last week, and I wanted to share it with you! I bought a FAKE pair of Christian Louboutin shoes. The shoes were supposed to be the Christian Louboutin Pigalle Spike Flats in Black, but after doing some research I realized they were not authentic. I wanted to use these as an example to show you a few signs to look for if you find this brand. These are all designed to be quick tips that are easy to use when at the thrift store. Also, I am sharing a little bit of history of the brand!
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3 thoughts on “Learn From My Mistake | How To Authenticate Christian Louboutin Shoes”

  1. I'm so glad to have found this video! I found a pair of Louboutin heels at a thrift store today and was so shocked to find them — I've been questioning ever since I brought them home whether or not they're real or fake. I'm pretty sure they're real, but I want to be sure before I list them on Poshmark (sadly, they are not my size and I don't really wear heels anyways). I definitely want to get them authenticated so that I as a seller can have peace of mind, and that whoever buys them can be confident that they're authentic.

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