Blog: Crossroads Style

September 26th, 2018 by Melanie Sutrathada Round-Up: 6 Ways to Wear Brown

From pumpkin spice lattes to color-changing leaves and cooler temperatures, we’re so excited for it to finally be fall. We’ve been waiting all year long to start incorporating earthier hues into our wardrobe, so today we’re showing you how our favorite fashion bloggers have styled brown tones into their outfits.

Scroll on for six ways to wear brown this season:



 About to run some errands for the day? Play it cool and throw on a neutral-colored sweater over your favorite pair of boyfriend jeans.


These tan trousers have us convinced that we need to start changing up our work uniform.


 You can’t go wrong with a midi slit skirt in a neutral tone!


The next time it’s date night, throw on a nude moto jacket to add some edge to your look.


We’d take any excuse to wear a monochrome brown outfit.


This cargo two-piece has your name written all over it!

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September 25th, 2018 by Jennifer Beile Style Guide: How to Wear Khaki for Fall

Khaki has been slowly gaining momentum over the past year, becoming a must-have staple for fall. The fabric—once relegated to school and work uniforms—has gotten a contemporary update and been spotted on street style stars, celebs, and fashion influencers. Perhaps you’ve even bought a khaki piece for yourself in recent months.

Dressier than denim yet perfectly casual for everyday wear, this fabric instantly updates an outfit. The key is to pair it with neutrals and keep it simple. Take a look at five chic ways to wear khaki for fall!


1. High Waist, Wide Leg

The stiff fabric works well in a high waist, wide leg silhouette.


2. Second Layer

Khaki is the ideal weight for a second layer while transitioning into chilly fall weather.


3. Button-Up Blouse

khaki for fall

A khaki button-up paired with neutral bottoms is perfect for a casual chic weekend look.


4. Make It a Midi

Update your skirt collection with a khaki midi. Pair with a simple tee and sneakers for a relaxed brunch-to-drinks look.


5. A Chic Jumpsuit

A khaki jumpsuit is the ultimate fall one-piece. Layer with a lightweight turtleneck and a cardigan or jacket when the temperature drops.


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September 18th, 2018 by Jennifer Beile Round Up: Fall Boot Trends

Personally, booties are year-round footwear, but fall is the official start of boot weather and the perfect time to invest in a new pair (or two) to get you through the dreary weather to come. The beauty of the bootie is that it can easily be dressed up or down to go with any style or outfit.

If you can’t afford investing in a new pair of boots this season, check out your closest Crossroads! Every time I go into Crossroads, I find a pair of on-trend boots, gently used and affordably priced. Recycled shopping lets you try the latest trends without putting a huge dent in your wallet.

Take a look at the hottest fall boots this year!


Wild West

With a sophisticated update for 2018, the Western trend has dominated runways and now retail stores. The trendiest fall uniform will consist of cropped denim and Western ankle boots. Catch up on last week’s blog post for other ways to wear the Western trend!


Animal Print

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Just as the Western trend has returned, so has animal print. Grab a pair of snakeskin or leopard print boots, and pair them with a simple outfit to make them the star.


White Boots

There’s no need to put away your favorite white summer booties; they’ll still be your go-to boots to pair with your denim and chunky knits this fall!


Tall Boots

…Because how else are we going to transition our dresses from summer to fall? Layer up and finish your fall outfit with a pair of tall boots.


Block Heels

These boots were made for walking! Chunky, block heeled boots will be your best friend this fall.


Kitten Heels

Alternatively, kitten heels are still holding their own this season. You’ll notice that all of the above trends will come in block and kitten heel form.

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August 23rd, 2018 by Jennifer Beile Suits: The Fall Trend Celebrities Are Already Wearing

The chicest trend for fall is suiting and all of our favorite celebs are already rocking suits with a trendy twist. There are so many ways to wear suits this season: from wide leg and oversized to fitted and cropped, there is a suit out there for any occasion you have coming up!

Take a look at some of my favorite suit looks from celebs that are ahead of the style game!

Blake Lively
Blake Lively has been on a press tour for A Simple Favor and has been killing the suit game! My favorite is this oversized, plaid suit.


Celine Dion
Celine Dion proves her diva status in a silk pink suit, complete with fuzzy slip-ons.

Mila Kunis
Mila Kunis steps out in a plaid two piece that can easily be mix and matched into a fall wardrobe.

Kylie Jenner
Kylie Jenner made her post-baby red carpet debut at the MTV Video Music Awards wearing a sexy chic belted blazer dress.

Kourtney Kardashian
Kourtney Kardashian is no stranger to red carpets and knows how to turn heads. This embellished patterned suit is stunning on the reality star.

Olivia Palermo
Olivia Palermo pairs a cropped wide leg suit with knee high boots. A perfect fall power look!

Rachel Zoe
It’s no surprise that Rachel Zoe is ahead of the trend game with her chic leather suit!

Cate Blanchet
Cate Blanchet mixes prints and sets a trend standard in this gorgeous suit.

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August 14th, 2018 by Jennifer Beile 3 Summer Trends to Take Into Fall

Summer may be coming to an end sooner than we want, but that doesn’t mean that your favorite fashion trends have to be stashed away in the back of your closet until next year. Fall is all about layering and transitional dressing, meaning it’s easier than ever to get the most out of your summer wardrobe.

Here are three summer trends you can take into the fall season, plus how to style them for the cooler weather!


1. Silky Slip Skirts and Dresses

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Top your silky slip with a chunky knit sweater and a great pair of boots, and you’ll have a new go-to outfit this fall!


2. Neon Colors

The weather may be a bit more dreary in the fall, but that doesn’t mean your wardrobe has to be. From sweaters to accessories and makeup, don’t be afraid to bring your favorite bright and bold neon colors into fall.


3. Breezy White Dresses

Breaking the rule of not wearing white after Labor Day has become almost expected—fall and winter whites are now a wardrobe staple! Layer up your favorite white summer dresses, or look for a white dress with full, exaggerated sleeves and finish it with a pair of your favorite sneakers or booties.

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