Blog: Crossroads Style

May 26th, 2017 by Samantha Weaver What to Wear This Memorial Day Weekend

With Memorial Day coming up fast, we’re on the hunt for that perfect summer look to rock this weekend’s festivities. Whether you’re headed away or hanging with friends at a backyard cookout, we’ve rounded up our newest arrivals fit for any weekend celebration!

Fishtail Seersucker Dress ($40)


Striped Muscle Crop ($16.50)


Gidget Beach Romper in Mint ($32.50)


Ruffled Off-the-Shoulder Dress in Chambray ($35)


Pinstripe Oversized Blouse with Back Tie ($30)


Crochet Bottom Sundress with Keyhole Tie ($40)


Come shop with us this Memorial Day weekend! We’ll be open on Monday with normal business hours!



May 23rd. 2017 by Jennifer Beile Round Up: How to Wear this Summer’s Boldest Colors

This summer is all about bold, vibrant colors! The season’s usual hues are still prominent: bold blues, hot reds, and all the white you can get in before Labor Day—but we’re going to focus on the newest, boldest colors we’ve seen all over the runways.

Don’t be shy this summer—show off your color confidence in neon yellow, bold fuchsia, and tropical green! Take a look at some of my favorite ways to add these colors into your wardrobe.


Neon Yellow


The boldest of the bold, neon yellow may appear to be one of the hardest colors to incorporate into a typical wardrobe, but it can be done both subtly and daringly. Look for accessories—like a bralette, jewelry, or shoes—to start with, find pieces that mix neon yellow with similar colors, or have fun with a fully neon yellow blouse or dress!




A “look at me!” color for sure! Fuchsia will make you and everyone around you smile. Wear it with confidence. Fuchsia especially shines with feminine pieces, but don’t be afraid to mix it up and wear it in more androgynous styles.


Tropical Greens


The Pantone color of the year is Greenery, so it only makes sense that during the summer, we should kick it up a notch and wear our greens in all sorts of styles and prints! Nothing says tropical like green, and even if you’re not able to make it to a tropical location this year for your summer vacation, you can still look the part.


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May 22nd, 2017 by Melanie Sutrathada How to Style ‘Millenial Pink’

Move over, Barbie pink—millennial pink is coming through! Millennial pink has pervaded girl world; we’ve seen this rosy hue all over Pinterest, on our favorite blogs, and even dressing the wall of trendy restaurants. Seriously, it’s everywhere. Scroll on for ways you can incorporate this particular shade of pink into your outfits.


millennial pink
The perfect outfit for a beach vacation? A breezy pink summer dress, a straw hat, sunglasses and multiple bottles of sunscreen!


P2 - By Tezza
Every fashionista needs a bright statement coat that can be whipped out for a night on the town with friends. A faux fur coat in millennial pink is all you need to kick your outfit up a notch.


P3 - Gal Meets Glam
Nothing says “I woke up like this” more than a pink floral pajama suit. If you’re looking for inspiration on how to wear the pajama trend, Julia Engel of Gal Meets Glam is your go-to-gal.


P4 - Suburban Faux Pas
Planning on wearing a millennial pink dress to a wedding? Add nude-colored details to accentuate the color of your dress.


P5 - Viva Luxury
Head to your favorite brunch spot in style; a baby pink blouse with statement sleeves is an easy way to wear this color trend.


P6 - Pink Peonies
An oversized purse in a soft shade of pink is the perfect way to pull together a simple blouse-and-jeans combo.


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May 19th, 2017 by Samantha Weaver New In: Summer Dresses and Skirts

This week at Crossroads, our new collection is heating up with summer dresses and skirts in shades of blue. Check out our tips on how to wear these warm weather-approved pieces like a pro! 


1. Warm up your the color palette with earthy tones.

Striped Jumper ($22.50); Knit Crop Tank ($13.50)


2. Mix your prints with just one piece

Cape Cod Floral + Stripe Dress ($25)


3. Opt for an oversized silhouette

Ruffle Bottom Floral Dress ($22.50)


4. Spice up classic stripes with a colorful statement necklace!

Striped A-Line Dress ($20)


These styles and more will be available at a Crossroads near you this weekend!



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May 16th, 2017 by Jennifer Beile How to Create a Curated Closet: A Primer

Recently, I have been seeing and hearing more about scaled-down, curated closets. As fun as fast fashion is and as exciting as having an overflowing closet can be, I am becoming more interested in quality over quantity—pieces I love that I can mix and match together. Not only is a curated closet a way to focus on your personal style, it will also save you money and prep time each morning, and it’ll have less impact on the environment.

So what exactly is a curated closet? A curated closet consists of quality pieces that are meant to mix and match with each other. If this is something you are interested in, there are so many blogs and books out there to help get you started! Check out some of my favorite tips and resources on the topic below.

curated closet


1. Define Your Style
Everyone’s style is different, and it may be difficult to define yours. However, you’ll want to narrow it down as much as possible for a challenge like this. For example, my personal style has evolved from a relaxed bohemian to a relaxed minimalist look. I gravitate towards fun prints every now and then, and I’ll buy a few stand-out pieces.

2. Purge, Purge, Purge
The first step is to go through your entire wardrobe and purge the pieces that you don’t wear. As much work as this step is, it is the most important. You will get a better sense of your style and what is important to you to have for each season. Will you focus more heavily on a combination of tops and bottoms, or do you love to wear dresses? This will be important because the best way to create a curated closet is to focus on the number of items. I like the idea of a range (like 30-40 items) instead of one specific number.

3. Organize
After you purge your closet and are left with the pieces that you truly love, see if there are any holes in your closet that you need to fill. Are you missing a button-down blouse or a perfect pair of denim? Once you fill the holes in your closet, make a pact with yourself to hold off on shopping until the next season. Remember: the idea is to keep it simple.

4. Remix
Your biggest challenge will be learning to remix your now limited wardrobe to create an entire season of outfits. This may be challenging if you are used to having a higher quantity of clothing in your closet, but it will help to refine your style and really test your closet curation.

After reading these tips, if you are interested in taking on a curated closet challenge, below are some of my favorite resources for inspiration:

Anuschka Rees: This is the site of the author of The Curated Closet, and it will be one of the most in-depth and helpful resources to get you started. Anuschka gives you step-by-step instructions, worksheets, and exercises to help create your new closet.

Project 333 (Be More With Less):  Featured by the Associated Press, The Today Show, and O, The Oprah Magazine, Project 333 challenges you to live with 33 items of clothing or less for an entire three months.

Unfancy: Caroline began curating her closet and has helpful tips for those just beginning. She keeps it simple, straightforward, and approachable.


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