Crossroads Trading Co. is a unique workplace: an adventurous environment where commitment, creativity, problem-solving and hard work are respected and rewarded. We offer a casual, fashion-oriented place to work, yet are seriously committed to positive leadership, empowered employees, excellence in customer service and effective communication. Whether we’re working diligently on end-of-the-quarter inventory, brainstorming creative solutions to daily challenges, or recognizing and celebrating our accomplishments, Crossroads’ style is cooperative, committed and fun!
Check out these photos from some of our meetings, parties and events…
On Tuesday, our Arden Way store celebrated its 20th birthday with a huge bash, all customers invited. 20 years is no small accomplishment! To everyone who showed up, a million thanks for partying with us and for your patronage over the years.
This past weekend, we had the pleasure of attending Pitchfork Music Festival yet again. As per the usual, it was a blast! Thanks to Andrew from our Evanston store for sending us these sweet snaps.
On Sunday we glammed up, partied down, and ate some delicious Indian food before hitting the floor for Bollywood dance lessons. I could tell you how much fun we had, but a picture is worth a thousand words and we have lots of them! Many thanks to Adriana from our Oakland store for taking these photos.
Yesterday we enjoyed an evening with some of your favorite fashion bloggers at the glamourous Palihouse in West Hollywood. The Two Point Oh! LA Snowball was a huge success and we were honored to be a part of it. It was a pleasure meeting you sparkle-clad ladies and lads! If you missed it, check out these behind the scenes photos taken by our team.
I love Halloween. We dress up, we eat candy, we pretend to be someone else for a day…or, if you’re like me, the whole weekend. Really, what’s not to like?
Our teams from around the country got dressed up and showed their alter egos. Which is your favorite?
Cheers from Roseville Crossroads!
Zombies at Costa Mesa CrossroadsFriendly zombie at Costa Mesa CrossroadsAndrew from Evanston Crossroads went for Clockwork Orange
Anya from Santa Cruz Crossroads as Princess PeachDominique as that goth girl at Evanston CrossroadsVampires reside in Santa Barbara!Arica from Evanston Crossroads as the bride from “Kill Bill”Capitol Hill staff took the cute route
Travis from Santa Cruz Crossroads as nerd……And Eric from Santa Cruz Crossroads as Travis!Ashleigh from Evanston Crossroads as a very convincing DariaKatie from Santa Cruz Crossroads as Janis JoplinColleen from Evanston Crossroads as a Renaissance Maiden
Happy Halloween from West Hollywood Crossroads!
…And Wicker Park Crossroads!
This is how we do Halloween in Roseville!
Smarties, Reese’s, Tootsie Rolls and Red Vines – no, it’s not our leftovers from Halloween, but an afternoon spent snacking designing gingerbread house-inspired outfits. Last week, our team of managers came from across the country to the Bay Area for a 2-day meeting where we learned a lot, but also had a ton of fun. We challenged our teams to create outfits with piles of candy and a few black basics. The results? Balmain, Missoni, and a lot of laughs. Miss you guys already!
Last week, we celebrated our 20th birthday with you. Around the country, all of our locations celebrated with birthday cake and hourly gift certificate raffles, and some of us dressed in 90s garb to commemorate the era we come from. Thanks to everyone who joined us for our party!
Fillmore St staff. This might be my favorite picture everDelicious and appreciative birthday cake from Broadway CrossroadsAlana from Arden Way Crossroads looking adorable as Cher from CluelessOur founders, Jerry and Chip, reflect on the last 20 years here at Crossroads headquartersSnacks and friends of College ave CrossroadsOur LA Hub Manager, Christie, and Santa Monica Crossroads manager, KerriSanta Cruz Crossroads decks the halls!Snacks for all! At College ave CrossroadsOur Pasadena store staff decked out in the best of the 90sWicker Park Crossroads decorates their window areaSnacks for our friends at Santa Cruz CrossroadsBirthday festivities at Santa Cruz CrossroadsOur Santa Cruz staff clearly had a ton of fun
There are but two words for our booth at Treasure Island Music Fest: epic and awesome. It was the kind of festival in which so much is going on at one time, it seemed to be infinite. Thanks to everyone who came out to our little spot on the island and made the weekend so special – big up to Lindsey, the cool girl from Santa Cruz, and the guy who bought the Mohawk hat I liked! The highlights of the festival? For me, it was watching Empire of the Sun and the Naked and Famous, as well as meeting the very cool Jennie and Jackie from Going West and The Hourglass. Did you miss us? We’ll be back next year, selling our sweatshirts and riding the Ferris wheel in style.
Mega babe staff – Sakura, Kasia and Sam.One of my favorite customers of the day won these silly socks thanks to the Crossroads prize wheel. Can you tell she was excited?Pirate party bus!These creepy alien dudes attacked Sakura!He asked me to take his photo, then asked me if I like Chromeo.Aww yeah Naked and Famous!There was a definite Egyptian theme at the fest this year. Trend spotting anyone?This guy obviously had great taste.So did this girl!More “trendy” Egyptian headpieces appear at our booth.Aliens attack Kasia!Jennie and JackieLindsey and I bonded over her jewelry.