Lucky Brand has been taking the fashion industry by storm since 1990. Specifically, this brand specializes in curating premium denim, bringing luck to all who wear it.
If you love this brand, you may want to know how to find a Lucky Brand style number. With a Lucky Brand model number, you can find an old but very much loved Lucky Brand garment.
With the information you gain, you may be able to find the item on a secondhand marketplace. Alternatively, if you own an online reselling business like me, you can use the Lucky Brand style number to find stock photos and boost your online listing.
Either way, you’re in the right place if you’re looking for a way to find your Lucky Brand style number. In this post, we will go over three different valuable methods.
Using The Lucky Brand Inner Tag
The first way to find a Lucky Brand tag is by looking inside of the garment. Here, you will be looking for a grouping of tags that outlines the materials of the item along with instructions for washing and drying.
For Lucky Brand bottoms, look on the inside waistband. When it comes to Lucky Brand tops (and some bottoms), you’ll want to look at the lefthand seam of the item.
In order to locate a Lucky Brand style number, you will want to locate a 7-character sequence of letters and numbers. The sequence will always start with “7W.”
When we look at this example, we will be locating the Lucky Brand style number for this pair of jeans. As you can see on the tag, it reads “7W13787.”
This tag also includes the style name, although not all Lucky Brand tags do. If we just had the style number we could use this information to quickly find the style name.
To do this, you’re going to want to type the style number into a Google search. Sticking with our jeans example, you’ll type “Lucky Brand 7W13787.”
Once you hit search, you should start to see your item pull up with both text and visual results. Most likely you’ll start to see listings for your item from secondhand marketplaces like Poshmark and eBay.
However, not all Lucky Brand items will still have the tags attached. No worries- we’ve still got a few more tricks up our sleeve!
If you haven't used Google Lens before, you're going to think this approach to finding a Lucky Brand style number is pure magic. First, you’ll need to make sure that you have either the Google app or the Google Lens app on your phone.
Next, take a photo of your item. It doesn’t have to be a professional shot by any means, but make sure that the lighting is decent and that the entire garment is visible.
Then, upload this photo to the Google or Google Lens app. After you initiate the search, you’ll hopefully see visual results aligning with your Lucky Brand garment.
Occasionally, you may need to scroll through the results to find the exact item that you're looking for. Additionally, it’s important to know that this method will not work for every item.
Specifically, this method may not work for more plain items, or even for the pair of jeans we used in the example earlier. Typically it works well for more distinct and unique items. However, it’s so quick and easy so it may be worth a shot for your item even if you think Google won't be able to match your item.
Up next, we'll explore our last method for identifying a Lucky Brand style number.
With this next technique, we'll go back to the traditional Google search. The goal here is to curate a descriptive phrase to help Google locate your specific Lucky Brand item.
In order to do this, examine your item closely, listing all of the important details. Some of these may seem obvious, but be sure to include the brand, type of item, intended gender, color, and pattern.
Plus, include any other specific markings like the neckline, sleeve length, silhouette, and more.
Start out with as much information as you can possibly think of. You can always modify, add, and/or remove from your original phrase.
If you don’t find your item with your initial search, be sure to change the wording because different search terms will yield different results. The good news is that this method, along with the two others, are so quick and easy.
If one method doesn’t work, don’t hesitate to try another. What's your preferred method for identifying a Lucky Brand style number?
We’d love to hear your thoughts in the comments below!