Christian Louboutin – Help me find out if they are fake.

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Post # 16
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: September 2016

I do not think that there should be stitching at the top edge of the counter of the shoe.  

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Post # 17
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: August 2018

I own Louboutins but I would not call myself an expert. With that said, I’m calling fake on these. Sorry bee.

Post # 18
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Sugar bee

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justalittlebee :  Okay, so I just took a look at my python pair and they are the New Declic…they are more recent and have a thinner, straighter heel.  But all the Declic styles should have a rounded almond toe..

And the markings…

This pair is the same as yours but with a higher heel..

And the markings for this pair..

For comparison, there’s a bunch of photos here…

https://forum.purseblog.com/threads/post-your-declics-fetichas-georginetta-etc-here-no-chatting-please.645737/

And just to be sure, I would get them authenticated by the ladies over at TPF!

Post # 19
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Busy bee

OP, two things that make this pair suspect in my view:

1. The smudged T in the inside logo as a PP pointed out. No other pair seems to have this issue with the T.

2. The seam/stitch on the top, where the shoe hits the ankle, seems unusual compared to all the other Declics. 

 

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Souzie :  *gasp* at that heel. 😳

Post # 21
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Sugar bee

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techmom :  They’re actually one of my more comfy pairs…probably due to the hidden platform πŸ˜€

Post # 23
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Sugar bee

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justalittlebee :  LOL yeah…I started collecting long before everyone and their mom knew who Monsieur Louboutin even was and after 80+ pairs, it’s like second nature to me. yell

I wore a pair of custom strassed 4 inch Rampoldi for my wedding and even with the platform, there was no way I was going to last 12+ hours in them so I had a pair of flats to change into.

I have a few suggestions but comfort wise, it would depend on your feet.  Some people find the pointy-toed, no platform styles such as the Pigalle or So Kate to be very comfortable while others (like me), not so much…so you would really have to try them on

If you want something you can dance in, I’d go with the pairs that have a very low pitch or even flats: Follies strass 70 or Follies strass flats, Ballalla flats, Alta Spina 85, Uptown Double 85, Iriza 70, Twistissima strass, New Simple pump 85.

If you plan to change into more comfy shoes, I’d suggest the Follies strass 100, Pigalle Plato 100, Choco Lux, Jonatina and New Very Prive.

Post # 25
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: August 2018

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justalittlebee :  I will also chime in if you don’t mind. I agree with Souzie that you really need to try on different styles. Not all Loubs fit the same. I prefer Pigalle Follies, Décolleté 554, and Iriza with a 100mm heel. I wear these styles to work and for special occasions. I have narrow feet with high arches and these styles work for me. I do not wear So Kate because the pitch is too high and they are uncomfortable for me. I wear a lot of Gucci, and Jimmy Choo pumps as well and the Pigalle Follies, Décolleté 554, and Iriza’s are similar in fit.

I wore Iriza’s to my wedding. I had them on for the wedding, the reception, and the after party and I was okay.

But definitely try on different styles to see what works for you. Good Luck bee!

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