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I had a weird experience a few months ago. I had gone shopping for some new ladies’ bags when I stumbled across a stall selling some of the most amazing fake branded bags. I couldn’t believe my eyes – they looked so real! The seller had replicas of Prada, Gucci and Balenciaga bags that could easily pass off as real.

I was drawn to a Balenciaga bag and it was definitely very convincing. It wasn’t as heavy as a real one, but the fabric felt the same, and even the sewing was nicely done. I asked the seller if it was real and she winked and said “of course it’s real!” My heart skipped a beat because I had no idea how much she’d be asking for them.

Turns out the price wasn’t too bad. It cost around the same price as a legitimate Balenciaga bag at a fraction of the cost and quality. I must admit, I was tempted – especially when I thought about the price I’d be paying for a real one. But then I thought about the ethics of buying a fake bag and I quickly changed my mind.

I can see why people buy fake branded bags – they look very real and cost a lot less. But it’s really not worth it in the long run. While the quality may be good in the beginning, after some time they can start to degrade. Plus, it’s not really fair to the brands that put so much effort into designing and creating these products.

Fake replica bags are also not the most sustainable option as they don’t have the life expectancy of a real one. Not to mention the fact that it could be made in an unethical way, with harmful materials or even child labour. So while they may seem like a good deal, it’s not really worth it.

Another thing to consider when it comes to buying fake branded bags is the fact that they’re often not made to last. All the designer bags are made with precision and craftsmanship – something that you can’t really replicate in a fake one. I’ve heard stories of fake bags failing after a few uses or breaking due to their poor quality.

I have also heard a few horror stories about people getting arrested for carrying fake bags. I think it’s important to bear in mind that counterfeit and imitation goods are illegal and carries a hefty penalty. So, it’s best to steer clear of fake bags and go for the real thing.

I also think that when we buy ‘real’ products, we are supporting the designers whose hard work and talent went into creating the item. It’s also a way of showing appreciation and recognition to the brands we love. They have managed to stand out and create timeless pieces that are celebrated all over the world.

It’s true that the price tag of luxury items may not be the most attractive feature, but at the end of the day, you will be getting a quality item that is designed to be used for many years to come. So, why not invest in something real and designer?

I also think it may be even more worthwhile to invest in second hand designer bags. Buying second hand doesn’t mean you have to settle – there are some amazing vintage designer pieces that are still in excellent condition and cost a fraction of the price. Plus, you’ll be doing your bit to help reduce waste.

Overall, I believe that it’s important to be an informed consumer and that means understanding what the purchase of fake bags entails. Although they are much cheaper, it’s clear that it isn’t worth the risks in the end. The quality and costs associated with these products will never compare to the real thing. So, the next time you’re thinking of buying a designer bag, it’s always best to go for the real one.