Are you sure your Chanel Ballerina Flats are authentic?admin
Perhaps the label is the most important feature to look at a fake Chanel shoe. Chanel's Cambon line ballerina flats has only one label, and it has to read "CHANEL". If you see a Cambon ballerina flat labeled as "CC" it's a fake. There should also be no external labels such as "MADE IN ITALY" or "MADE IN FRANCE". If the ballerina flats are white, pink or brown, the label is black. If the shoes are black, the label is white. If you see a black sign that has been labeled that meets all of the above criteria, the shoe is probably the real thing. The black sign on the label is a controlled way of indicating that the shoes are used.
In addition to the above characteristics, the shoe labeling must be done in a good way. If the label is sharp or – God forbids – Wrong spelled, then you probably look for a cheap imitation.
Once you have checked the label, turn the shoe over. The heel (made of plastic) must be stamped with "Made in Italy" and "Chanel". Again, if the heel like CC is stamped, then the shoe is a fake. Under the plastic sole, the word "CHANEL" must be in big, thick lettering. This lettering may not be part of the plastic or printed on the plastic. It is pressed under the plastic and almost takes up the entire sole of the shoe. Black and white ballerina flats have a big "CHANEL" label that is hot pink. Tan and pink ballerina flats have a big "CHANEL" label that is black. Special Chanel ballerina flats (white with python design or silver) have a large label "CHANEL" that is orange.
The important part of the shoe being inspected is the inner label and the outsole. If you have questions about the authenticity of a particular online seller, ask him or her to send pictures from the bottom of the shoe. Make sure the photos are not just pictures of real Chanel ballerina flats. (It's actually a good thing if the photos are a little unprofessional in this case, so you know that the seller actually takes his own products.)
Finally, there is no authentication to the true Deal as the seller offers, it's a sign that the shoes could be fake.