You may have spotted the floral trend in men’s fashion, either on social, in magazines, or on our current selling guide. If you’re not sure exactly how to wear the trend, we’ve chosen a few picks for you below.
The Classic Floral Shirt
Yes, this look will forever have Magnum, P.I. vibes (What–you didn’t know Tom Selleck was famous before Friends?), but throwbacks are all the rage these days. Plus, classic floral short-sleeve shirts come in more muted, modern patterns now, like the two below.
Update Your Button-Up
Does your office or event call for a button-up shirt? Stand out from the crowd with one in a floral print. It will completely update your suit or khakis, and they even look great with belted shorts as seen below.
Pair a Floral Pant with a Neutral
Let’s flip the script now. Instead of a floral top, opt for floral pants with a neutral shirt in denim or a solid-colored sweater.
Match Up a Floral Set
We’re huge fans of matching sets, and a floral one is a winner for us. If you see a floral track set or short set, don’t hesitate. It’s a score!
Try a Floral Basic
If you’re not ready to dive into florals completely, try replacing one of your basics with a floral print. We think this dark floral t-shirt is simple but lovely.
What are the odds you’ll try out the latest floral trend in men’s fashion? If we have you feeling inspired to try some pieces on, come into any of our store locations to see what we have on the racks for you. Just promise us you’ll post to Instagram and tag @crossroadstrading so we can see what you found!
You know all about strong shoulder looks from the 1930’s and 1980s, but we bet you’re wondering how to wear strong shoulders now. The good news is that it’s hard to get wrong this time around. Whew! Since vintage clothing and retro looks are currently trending, wearing an ’80s blazer with big shoulder pads is just as stylish as wearing an updated contemporary piece.
The easiest way to wear this look is to invest in one of the most popular “basics” of the year: the padded-shoulder sleeveless tee. Not sure what that is? We have plenty of examples for you below.
You’ll also see shoulder pads added to sleeveless button-ups, sweatshirts, and sweaters. And of course, a shoulder-padded blazer should be a piece found in every closet.
Scroll for looks and inspiration:
You’re officially an expert on how to wear strong shoulders now. You can find even more style inspiration over on our Instagram feed: @crossroadstrading. Join us there and you’ll also learn about the latest trends we’re looking to buy, how our customers are styling their #crossroadsfinds, and the latest news from our store locations.
Spring is so finicky. One day you’re convinced there are only warm days ahead; the next you’re shivering in a cold breeze in your favorite spring dress. We’ve been there too. When the sun’s out, we make sure we take advantage of it, and one of the prints you’ll always find alongside our sunny day style is sailor stripes.
Sailor stripes remind us of laid-back life near the water, like walking along the beach or boating all afternoon on the lake. (Side note: We currently have our eye out for friends with boats, how about you?).
Picasso famously wore them, and they were loved by Coco Chanel, Audrey Hepburn, and Brigitte Bardot too. The Breton shirt is the most recognized piece, but we think sailor stripes look great on pants, bathing suits, skirts and dresses too. And let’s not forget the sailor striped sweater!
Here are some looks that showcase the appeal of sailor stripes:
Besides sailor stripes, we’re covering all kinds of sunny day style on our Instagram feed: @crossroadstrading. Join us there and you’ll also learn about the latest trends we’re looking to buy, how our customers are styling their #crossroadsfinds, and the latest news from our store locations.
We’re always on the lookout for the latest trends, and today we’re reporting the sneakers we’re seeing everywhere: Converse. They’re an oldie but goodie. Did you know that All Stars debuted as an athletic shoe in 1917? And that they were a pivot for Converse, who’d been making rain boots since 1908?
Whether you refer to them as “Converse“, “Chuck Taylors“, “Chucks“, or “All Stars,” they’ve remained a popular sneaker choice for decades. Lately, we’ve been seeing them everywhere in our feeds and on the streets. Here’s how people are wearing them now.
Takes on the Classic Style
The Collabs & Collections
Of course, we also LOVE all of the Converse collaborations and special collections! In fact, all of the special pairs below were found on the sales floors of Crossroads stores.
Millie Bobby Brown x Converse
The GOLF le FLEUR Collection
Comme des Garcons x Converse
We’re already planning to pick up a pair for the season. If you are too, stop into any of our store locations to see if we have any on our sales floor in your size. OR, if you have a pair that you just don’t love anymore, we can help there too! Bring them in to sell for cash or store credit. You can learn more about the process of selling clothes with us here.
Spring weather means blooming flowers, rain showers, and the best trench coat looks for spring.
Here are several ways we’re wearing trench coats this season:
Wearing denim-on-denim pieces underneath a trench make for a great neutral look to pair with your standout handbag or shoes.
A trench coat doesn’t need to be long and belted. The shorter un-belted style is just as popular and easier to carry with you when the rain stops.
With a Hoodie
Add a hoodie underneath for a layered look.
In a Flowy Fabric
Some of the best trench coats come in lightweight, flowy fabrics that add just a touch of warmth and polish to jeans and a t-shirt.
Sleek activewear underneath complements the loose silhouette of a trench coat.
In Head-to-Toe Black
A trench coat in black is one of the best finds! Match it with head-to-toe black for a super chic look.
You don’t need to wait until summer to start wearing your white clothing. In fact, beige and white are an excellent color match.
If you’re feeling inspired by what we’re calling the best trench coat looks for spring, stop into any Crossroads store location to hunt for one of your own. Remember, look for the style that works best for you, whether that be long and belted, mid-length, or in beige or black. Happy shopping!