Can't afford an off-the-rack Burberry bag or a checked runway trench coat? Most people (including us) can't, but that doesn't mean that owning a piece from one of your favorite heritage designers will never be in the stars. Consignment stores, vintage shops, and discount sites are ways to make a Burberry purchase happen...but among all the authentic merchandise, you have some fakes masquerading as real deals. Where's a Veritaserum when you need one?
It turns out that you don't need a psychic to figure out if that check is checked out. Watch Graham Wetzbarger, senior director of authentication and brand compliance from TheRealReal, on how to make sure your Burberry is legit.
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For most of us, the only kind of fashion police we concern ourselves with are the kind led by sardonic sheriff Joan Rivers. Meaning we aren't actually held to hard-and-fast rules pertaining to personal style.
But, in the Iranian capital of Tehran, there's a much different reality — and authority.
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