There’s a Gucci Outlet in Secaucus {+ Now We’re Broke}

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You know we love to shop locally, but this one we had to share. The Hudson County OGs know this, but let this serve as a reminder — and if you’re new to the area, we’re about to drop some knowledge: There’s a Gucci outlet in Secaucus [located at 50 Hartz Way]. Here’s a little more about it {since we recently did a drive by and wanted to share the details since it’s clutch  [no pun intended] to have in your back pocket as far as shopping in the area goes}.

Secaucus is actually known to have some gems {hello old Rent The Runway warehouse #missyou}, but really, you could almost miss Gucci if you didn’t know where the outlet was specifically…but when you walk in, you’re definitely in Gucci land…aaand there’s a parking lot. Bonus points already. Editor’s note: My mom/friends have known about this spot for years and didn’t tell me. #RUDE {but also, thank you💸}.

When you walk in, most sections are color coordinated, and the selection is decent — with Guccisima styles and the horsebit reigning surpreme. So with that being said, it definitely feels like some of the wallets and purses are a bit dated, but it covers the Gucci line basics for sure. If you’re looking for the newest style Gucci duds, you may not be *thrilled* at the selection, but it’s pretty legit considering that most of the items are nearly 25-40% off original prices. 

The shoe selection was actually nothing to scoff at — they had a pretty wide selection from platforms to wedges to slippers to sneaks, sandals, and boots. Men’s shoes were also laid out in the same room, with a relatively robust amount of options to peruse.

^The floral + snakeskin slides tho.

Clothing prices were pretty normal for a Gucci situation, with that tank top front & center being $650 {not exactly affordable, but cheaper than full priced items at the retail stores if you’re into Gucci clothing}.

Here’s a bit more of the different handbags + wallets spotted. Prices ranged from $250/300-600 for wallets, and up from there for purses. They also had scarves, sunglasses, and belts — really anything you could need as far as Gucci duds go, it’s there.

They had a wide selection of the bags — including luggage. Perfect for gifting!

^Men’s messenger bags

^The current boot selection

^Almost snagged this little guy, but had to hold back…

All in all it’s good to know it’s around the corner should one get a hankering for a new GG bag. You’re not going to find the newest styles buuut there’s a decent amount of stuff, and you definitely have to go in with a purpose {orrr you may end up with a few bags/wallets/scarves you don’t need, just sayin’}. The sales people were attentive enough {although online reviews beg to differ}.

There are also a few other Secaucus outlets to check out {26 stores including Escada, Kenneth Cole, Juicy Couture [#tbt], and others}, should you find yourself *casually* driving by Gucci and the rest.

And, if you want to shop local, you can find other designer duds at Midtown Authentic on 1st Street in Hoboken — including Gucci, Chanel, LV, the works. Wherever you decide to go, happy shopping!

Did you know about the Gucci outlet? Have you been? 


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Jen is the founder and Editor-in-Chief of Hoboken Girl. She started the site to discover and share the wealth of things happening in Hudson County. Her roots in the area extend to her maternal grandparents, who owned two textile factories in Weehawken and North Bergen. When not planning the next Hoboken Girl event/volunteer project or editing her life away, she can usually be found shopping at local boutiques, eating an Insta-worthy meal, walking her French bulldog + rescue pup, or watching the latest murder doc on Netflix with her husband.