Chanel sunglasses are expensive, fashionable eye wear. It is no wonder why many retailers are peddling replicas for a fraction of the cost. No one wants to be ripped off. There are many things to look out for before making your purchase to ensure you are purchasing authentic Chanel sunglasses. The obvious flaws include the overall quality -- do they look cheap? You may also notice design flaws that include spelling errors.
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Look at each arm of the sunglasses' frame. It should have the Chanel signature logo near the temple area on the outer portion. The inner right arm should have a Chanel copyright symbol "(C)" or trademark "(TM)" symbol after the word Chanel. The other arm should contain a serial number.
Locate the Chanel engraving on each lens. Authentic sunglasses also come with a certificate of authenticity and a warranty from Chanel.
Contact a Chanel boutique to verify the authenticity of your Chanel sunglasses. Use the store locator tool at Chanel.com to find a boutique in your area or contact a customer service representative at 800-550-0005 to have her locate a store in your area.
Examine the case it came in. All Chanel sunglasses come with an eyeglass cloth to use to clean the lenses. It also comes in a signature sturdy, black box with Chanel written on it.
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