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Where'd You Get That? (Oct. 10)

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Over the bridge and through the tunnel, nothing's stopping Christal Young's style search. Check out her visit to Hoboken for this week's 'Where'd You Get That?'

She was wearing a dress purchased in Rio De Janiero which costs about $60.  Her necklace was a gift from "Casa Cool Beans" in Santa Teresa Brazil.  Her shoes were $199, by designer Alexander Wang. They were purchased on eBay.

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The first person she spotted was wearing a necklace from the British company Boden. The original cost about $30, several more were purchased on eBay for $15.

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The funky print vest came from Urban Outfitters for $59.95.

www.urbanoutfitters.com

The pearl collar necklace cost $17.99 from H&M.

www.hm.com

The men's eyeglasses came from 3 Monkeys Eyewear.  They cost under $100.

www.3monkeyseyewear,com

The sweatshirt came from Planet Ape in Soho.  It cost $224.

http://us.bape.com/

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