• The Thursday {3}: Purple Gucci, Mira-Skin Starter, and BFree Gluten Free Bread

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    It’s Thursday! You know what that means…here are our editor’s faves from the week from across the web to around the mile square:


    1. THIS Purple Gucci from Midtown Authentic

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    This gorgeous plum cross body came home with me from the Midtown Authentic truck…and…clincher, IT’S NEW! Yes, Midtown Authentic does retail and resale of items, but it also has new items. This retails for $980 and I got it for $525. Consider it my pre-Christmas gift to myself. In luuuuurve. Follow @midtownauthentic on IG to find out where the mobile boutique truck is parked next in town!


    2. Mira-Skin Starter Kit

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    Recently, I started using a Mira-Skin starter kit. The kit consists of the Mira-Skin Ultrasound device, the Mira-Skin Ultrasound Gel (50ml/1.7 fl. oz) and the Mira-Skin Hyaluronic Serum (15ml/0.5 fl. oz) – which is what I received. It’s amazing! I’m noticing lines on my face improving after just a few applications. Ultrasound consists of light air oscillations that are barely felt on the skin. These oscillations scrub and open the skin while transporting vital substances directly into the deepest layers. For up to thirty minutes after the treatment, the skin remains especially receptive. I’m excited to see the before and after of my skin…will show results soon. Eye creases be gone, pretty please.

    Here’s a quick video how to:

    You can purchase the starter kit here!



    3. BFree Gluten Free Bread

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    Carb obsessed but can’t eat gluten? I’ve found the solution. BFree wraps, rolls, and toast. They are DELICIOUS, and one of the best I’ve tried yet. Actually originally created in Ireland, they’re now sold Shoprite {and BJ’s}. Really loving that they don’t crumble, and they taste like regular bread. “BFREE AND EAT CARBS” I say. Enjoy!

    That’s it from here this Thursday — enjoy your day! xo


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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.