Blog: Crossroads Style

September 27th, 2016 by Jennifer Beile Round Up: Fashion Blogger Closet Tours

I have a strange fascination for seeing how people live; I love open houses, taking tours of friend’s homes, marathoning HGTV, and taking a peak at fashion bloggers’ closet tours. My own closet is a complete disaster. I don’t have enough hangers, space, or organizational skills to create the closet of my dreams, so I live vicariously through some of my favorite bloggers who have managed to create their own tiny fashion utopias. Check out some of the fashion bloggers who have let their readers into their epic closets!

 

Beth Jones, B. Jones Style
Beth is one of my favorite bloggers because of her down to earth, approachable attitude and amazing thrifted finds. She shares some of her favorite vintage and thrifted finds in her closet tour and can we just agree that her closet is #goals? Check out her closet tour here:

 

Aimee Song, Song of Style
In the years since Aimee has posted her closet tour, I am sure it has grown threefold! I love the little oasis she created for herself. Talk about closet envy! Check out her closet tour here:

 

Carli Bybel, @thefashionbybel
With more than a million followers on Instagram, Carli certainly knows a thing or two about fashion! Her closet is a bit of a dream! Check out her closet tour here:

 

Jessie Artigue, Style & Pepper
Take a peak into Jessie’s coloful closet and some of her favorite finds! Check out her closet tour here:

 

Julia Engel, Meets Glam
Glam is right! We get a look inside look at Julia’s closet and her home in this PopSugar feature! Check out her closet photos here.
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Bethany Struble, Bethany Stuble
Another Crossroads Style Council member, Bethany has always been a style inspiration to me. I strive for her minimalistic, effortless, chic style. Check out her closet photos here.
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Michelle Madsen, Take Aim
Michelle is a blogger that I have been following a long time (I tend to copy her outfits when I am in need of instant inspiration!). Take a peak into her closet in her Refinery29 feature, here.
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September 23rd, 2016 by Samantha Weaver NEW IN: Cold Weather Accessories

I don’t know about you, but I am so ready for summer to come to an end so I can start wearing jackets, boots, and cold weather accessories like hats and scarves!

Though the weather hasn’t started cooperating yet, I’ve been filling my closet with fall styles from Crossroads for what seems like months now.  This week’s newest arrivals add to my list of want, need, and give-it-to-me-now items! Check them out below!

Angry Eyes Beanie ($17.50)

Neapolitan Uni-Scarf ($20) and Heathered Pom Pom Beanie ($17.50)

Men’s Leather Snapbacks by Goorin ($15-$18.50)

Faux Fur Bag Charm ($17.50)

Microsuede Fringed Poncho ($32.50)

Colorblock Faux Fur Scarf ($28.50)—this one’s a blogger favorite this season and the perfect addition to both a short jacket or a longer coat!

All items available at all Crossroads stores this week!

 

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September 19th, 2016 by Jennifer Beile Round Up: 8 Transitional Fall Outfits to Copy this Week

Transitional dressing can be a bit tricky; it’s cold in the morning, warms up in the afternoon, and then cools down again in the evening. To help you out during this dressing period, I’ve rounded up eight transitional fall outfits to try out from some of my favorite style bloggers!

 

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Liz (Late Afternoon)
Liz seamlessly transitions into fall with a heavy, denim midi skirt and a thin knit.

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Alex (Alex’s Closet)
Alex layers a denim vest over a long sleeve blouse to create the perfect denim-on-denim look for those early days of fall.

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Dylana (Dylana Suarez) 
I am in love with how Dylana pairs these two fabrics with just a bit of sheen to them.

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Mary (Happily Grey)
Throw on some distressed denim and layer a tee or a tank under a colorblock sweater to get Mary’s perfect fall look.

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Kaitlyn (Modern Legacy) 
A monochromatic look with a chunky sweater and a side-slit maxi skirt is perfect for temperamental weather.

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Lucy (Fashion Me Now)
Lucy shows there’s no easier way to look put together than this classic: a tee, jeans, and a leather jacket!

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Coury (Fancy Treehouse)
An oldie but a goodie, Coury’s fall look from a few years ago is another classic. Layering two lightweight knits and adding your favorite ankle booties and a hat for some personality will get you through fall in comfort and style.

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Sara (Harper & Harley)
Last but not least: if it’s already quite cold where you are, celebrate your higher hems and flats by adding a heavier coat to keep warm. Let your frayed hem jeans peek out from underneath!

What’s your favorite transitional fall piece?

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September 16th, 2016 by Samantha Weaver New Arrivals: Our Best Outerwear Yet, & More!

This week at Crossroads, there’s no shortage of must-have outerwear to give your fall wardrobe a jump-start. From covetable vests and ponchos to this season’s hottest trend—the bomber jacket—we’ve got you covered. Head into Crossroads this week to shop our best outerwear collection yet!

VEST

Tapestry Vest by Sanctuary ($55) with Thin Rib Turtleneck Dress by Sanctuary ($38.50). Add some fun with our Chevron Faux Fur Crossbody ($26.50)!

PONCHO

Striped Wool Poncho by Sanctuary ($58.50)

BOMBER JACKETS

Nylon Bomber Jacket in Olive ($25)

Nylon Bomber Jacket in Black ($25) and Canvas Sneakers ($22.50) available in white, black, and red.

And more…

Trade in your ’90s slip dress for our Woolen Midi Slip Dress in oxblood ($38.50). Wear it over a cropped knit and add your chunkiest boots!

All items are brand new and available at all Crossroads locations!

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September 13th, 2016 by Jennifer Beile Round Up: Fresh Colors for Fall

Dressing during the colder months has its challenges. Why do we always resign ourselves to darker, muted color tones? Is it to match the dreary weather, grey skies, and dark afternoons? I love a dark palette as much as anyone else, but I also love experimenting with warmer, rich colors during the fall and winter instead of relying on all blacks and grays.

Take a look at my round-up of fresh colors for fall! The best part? These hues can all be mixed and matched to create colorful, vibrant fall outfits.

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Rich Purple
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Deep Red
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Blue
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Vibrant Green
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