PHOTOS: Teresa Giudice Accused of Wearing a Fake Chanel Bikini in New Vacation Pic as RHONJ Fans React

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PHOTO: Teresa Giudice Accused of Wearing Fake Chanel Bikini in New Vacation Pic as Fans React

Teresa Giudice is being accused of allegedly wearing a fake Chanel bikini after posting a photo of herself to social media while enjoying a vacation getaway with her family in Tulum, Mexico.

The photo in question features Teresa standing poolside wearing the black “Chanel” bathing suit. The designer’s signature double C logo is sewn into the top of the two-piece.

However, The Real Housewives of New Jersey star’s suit didn’t quite garner the attention she wanted as comments began flooding in claiming that the designer dud was a clear knock-off.

To cement this point, popular fashion Instagram account The Real Bad Fashions posted side-by-side photos of Teresa’s bikini and similar “luxury swimwear pieces” available on resale site Poshmark that are alleged to be counterfeit.

The account’s creator captioned the photo, “We love alleged designer inspired swimwear here! ????????????
Also, before I hear “it has a tag”????????????….you really think that if someone can allegedly copy a design, the same can’t happen to a tag? It’s 2023 babes, not 1923. ????????”

Poshmark swimsuits claiming to be Chanel can be found retailing for $229 on the site. However, the company only authenticates luxury items that cost upwards of $500. The platform does offer authenticated Chanel swimwear pieces that are listed at up to four figures.

Fans were quick to call out Teresa in the comments section.

One user said, “Does Chanel even make this [though]?”

Another convinced fan quipped, “Omg, the C’s look so bad!!” Another added, “I don’t understand these women have money, but why do they buy fakes?” A fourth fan said, “She ironed those CC’s on herself.”

A fifth jokingly asked, “Is this from Envy?”

The new counterfeit claims come right on the heels of Teresa’s husband, Luis Ruelas, being accused of buying Teresa’s daughters fake Cartier jewelry.

After Teresa’s daughters Milania and Gia took to TikTok to show off the diamond-studded bangles, eagle-eyed fans were quick to notice inconsistencies with jewelry that retails for $12,500.

“Why is the Cartier logo off-center?” one commented.

fake cartier

Since the fashion faux pas rumors began hitting social media, Milania has deleted her TikTok video. Teresa’s photo is still up on her Instagram at the time of this posting.