How to Tell a Fake Hermès Scarf from the Real Thing
- As a measure of authenticity, the hand-rolled edge of a true Hermès scarf should be arrow-straight and beautifully finished. Any scarves with machine stitching or messy stitching should not be trusted
- Designs continue to be re-issued in numerous colors, which can make authentication more challenging. The printed designs will be crisp and use bright colors.
- Most scarves will have their title somewhere in the design, and often will feature the signature of the artist.
Hermès scarves are a great addition to a wardrobe, and can instantly add individuality to any style. They are also highly collectible and timeless, holding their value far better than any other scarves on the market.