Gucci belts can be quite expensive as they are a very popular designer brand. Therefore, you want to make sure that the belt you buy is genuine and not replica. Most Gucci replica belts have small imperfections-whether it's worn material, a missing serial number stamp, or less-than-perfect stitching. Check the packaging in which the belt arrived, then look at the handcrafted details to determine if your Gucci belt is replica.
1. Check the dust bag for the brand name in gold letters. All genuine Gucci belts should be packed in a dust bag. The color of the bag should be dark, with the brand name "GUCCI" in gold letters in the center of the bag. There should be a drawstring in the top right corner of the dustbag, only one string.
2. Check the belt specification
Check the color and GG pattern of the Monogram GG Beige belt. For this belt, the pattern should begin with two Gs; it should not be cut in the middle or start at any other point in the pattern. There should be no screws in the hardware of the buckle. The background of the belt should be beige and the GG design should be blue or ebony. The inside of the belt should be black leather.
3. Pay attention to wear. Authentic Gucci belts are made with perfect craftsmanship. If you notice any wear on the material on the belt, it's almost certainly a replica belt. This is especially true if you have purchased a "new" Gucci belt and it has some wear and tear.