Mens Designer Wear

To avoid being conned by ‘counterfeit products including fake copies of designer garments; shop wisely, remain vigilant and know your rights!’

Perception Shapes Reality

The current Men’s Office Dress Code for suits is streamlined and classically tailored. Fake suits made of cheap-looking material and uneven tailoring may hinder promotion because they may give the wrong impression.
60% of likeability and perceived trustworthiness is image, formed on that initial first impression demonstrating how important it is to portray a positive self image in a working environment.

Mens Designer Wear Labels

New labels contained in designer suits are neat-looking and invisibly stitched into the garment. Fake suits can be spotted by the fake label which tends to be slightly wonky, un-ironed and hanging off by a thread!  The classic fake is the mass produced Lacoste tennis teeshirt containing the famous crocodile branding. In 2003, Crocodile Garments and Lacoste had a famous court-room ‘fight’ to retain the rights of the crocodile logo.  The outcome of the case is that Lacoste crocodiles must ‘face right’ and a crocodile from Crocodile Garment’s must ‘face left.’ Other ways to spot a ‘mock crock’ is when the garment claims to be Lacoste and the crocodile doesn’t appear on the label of mens or womens designer wear!

Mens Designer Wear Cost

If you’re Boss suit contains a label of £100, you should be worried! If your suit doesn’t come with a price tag of £300 upwards, its not designer! To spot a fake designer garment, remain vigilant - “is the price right or suspiciously low?”

Origin of Garment

Check the origin of the garment or designer stores. If your products produced in a sweatshop in China, Thailand or Japan, its probably shipped (on mass) to the UK and its definitely not designer!  If you’re not sure, it may help to have a photograph of the genuine design to compare details.


Always check the quality and feel of the material.  Does the overall feel of the material look synthetic and drape well?
How to get a refund
The Consumer Protection (Distance Selling) Regulations 2000
Shoppers in Britain are protected by The Consumer Protection (Distance Selling) Regulations 2000 which has beenrecently updated toreinforce consumer rights and define new rules for online shoppers. Shopping safety tips can be obtained from:   

Stay Safe When Shopping
Check statutory terms before purchase. These must include; delivery arrangements, terms for payment, supplier's details and consumer’s cancellation terms.
What’s the safest payment method?
As a hint, the answer is, ‘pay by credit card.’  If you get ‘ripped off’ you’re entitled to a full refund from your credit card provider provided that you can prove that the product description contains misleading information.
 7 Day Cooling-Off Term
‘If you’ve been mis-sold a designer garment, which turns out to be a fake, what are your rights to obtain a refund?’ Well,the goods news is thatyou’re not a victim! Under the terms of The Distance Selling Regulations, you’re entitled to a 7 day cooling-off term entitling you to a full refund