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Luxury abounds at the Americana Manhasset shopping center on Long Island. From the goods on sale to those worn by the shoppers, high-end fashion is everywhere. Christal Young checked it out in this week's installment of 'Where'd You Get That?'

The luxe stores remind you of NY's version of Beverly Hills. Christal was wearing a $250 Beth Bowley coat she purchased at Loehmann's. Her tights were DKNY, just $7 at Marshalls. Her shoes cost $99 at Zara and the Houndstooth Arch tag on her shoe retails for $14 to $22.

www.loehmanns.com

www.marshalls.com

www.zara.com

www.archtags.com

 

Gucci belt, $300

www.Gucci.com

 

Red flower necklace, JCrew, $198

www.jcrew.com

 

Linen and leather handbag, Celine, $2500

www.celine.com

 

Peach embellished shoes, Vince Camuto, $118

www.vincecamuto.com

 

Black studded boots, Zara, $100

www.zara.com

 

Men's vest, Ralph Lauren, $80

www.ralphlauren.com

 

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