Blog: Crossroads Style

March 20th, 2017 by Melanie Sutrathada 6 Outfits to Inspire Your Coachella Style

When it comes to music festivals, one thing is for sure—nothing quite compares to Coachella. The festival has come to be known for its phenomenal lineups, celebrity appearances, iconic ferris wheel, and, of course, its fashion. For years, it’s functioned for many as a what-to-wear guide for spring and summer.

If you’re looking to pull together the finishing touches on your festival outfits, read on! Kick up your Coachella style with these outfits for inspiration.

 

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Achieve this look with an embellished crop top, ripped jean shorts, and a long, sheer kimono. Finish it up with a pair of sturdy boots—they’ll save your toes while you’re dancing in a crowd! 

 

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If dresses aren’t your thing, play it cool like Natalie Off Duty with high-waisted shorts and a short-sleeved raglan tee. With the sun beaming down all day, a wide-brimmed hat is a must-have at Coachella!

 

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Nail perfect Coachella style by donning an effortless all-white ensemble. Whether you choose a romper, a dress, or a two-piece, a monochrome white outfit looks polished and exudes an air of ease and sophistication.

 

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A sheer lace number over a bralette and shorts can turn heads on its own, but layer on some statement chokers and necklaces, and you have a blogger-approved festival outfit. Pack a small bag with enough cash for garlic crab fries and watermelon slices!

 

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Toughen up your festival look with a leather skirt featuring details like studs and spikes. Coachella is a prime time to load up on accessories, so go all out with rings, bracelets, and body chains—there’s no such thing as too much jewelry.  

 

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If you’re planning on wearing a dress to the music festival, try a long maxi dress with a slit! Not only is the slit eye-catching, it keeps you from feeling constricted when you’re dancing in the crowd.

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March 17th, 2017 by Samantha Weaver New In: $12 Sunglasses to Match Every Style

Start this season off with a new pair of frames! Our fun sunglasses include this season’s coolest designs and hottest trends—and, they’re available at all locations for just $12!

 

METAL FRAMES

 

CLUBMASTER

 

OVERSIZED

 

CAT EYES

 

MIRRORED & MORE!

 

Make Crossroads your one-stop shop for fashionable and affordable summer accessories!

July 8th, 2016 by Samantha Weaver New In: Bohemian Dresses and Matching Sets

We’re big fans of easy dressing at Crossroads, which is why we can’t seem to keep ourselves from shopping this summer’s hottest trend: boho chic. Incorporating the bohemian trend into your wardrobe is super simple—in fact, it can be accomplished with just one trip to your nearest Crossroads store this week!

Here are some guidelines to choosing boho pieces that are updated and chic.

1. Keep the silhouette simple

Reach for maxi dresses and skirts because they elongate your figure.

2. Don’t mix prints

When sporting bold prints, go for either an all-over print or a matching set.

3. Be selective with your accessories

Some would say the more the merrier, but we’re recommending that you highlight one piece and keep the rest of your accessories minimal. Whether you want to feature a nice leather bag or a statement necklace, keep the accessory count to 1-3 pieces, or you’ll find yourself in a festival style nightmare.

Border Print Side Tie Top ($27.50)
Border Print Maxi Skirt with Side Tie ($35)
Tiger Eye Antique Pendant ($22.50)

Off the Shoulder Stripe Dress ($35)
Flowers in a Bottle Necklace ($15)

Tie Front Floral Blouse ($26.50)
Tiered Floral Midi Skirt ($35)
Crystal Ball Necklace ($12.50)

Mirror Print Handkerchief Hem Dress ($38.50)
Bird Whistle Necklace ($20)

For more inspiration, find out how to create boho-chic hairstyles here and how to pick the right accessories here!

May 27th, 2016 by Samantha Weaver Tie-Dye: Modern Ways to Wear It Right

Tie-dye is such a fun print to wear, especially in the spring and summer when you want to add a splash of color to your look. Don’t go digging for that DIY tie-dye shirt you made at summer camp just yet; first, let us show you how to wear it the right way.

1. Paired with Neutrals
Tame your tie-dyes by wearing them in neutral—the muted color will instantly upgrade these wild prints from tacky to chic. Our Tie-Dye Tunic ($17.50) is available at Crossroads stores in peach and tan.

2. Tie-Dye Maxi Dress
Slip into a tie-dye maxi dress for instant summer vibes. Cool and casual, this is my favorite way to wear tie-dye.

3. Pastels
Go for pastels if you are looking for a softer, more feminine look. Tie-dyed hair looks cool but is very difficult to maintain, so I’d opt for our High Neck Pastel Tank ($9.50) instead.

4. Marbled
If bright and colorful isn’t for you, try a marbled tie-dye print in black and white.

Our Marbled Shorts ($9.50) paired with a basic white tee are begging for a trip to the boardwalk. Grab your largest summer tote and a pair of espadrille sandals to finish the look.

…Guys love tie-dye too!

Guys look great in tie-dye. Head to your nearest Crossroads location for our men’s Tie-Dye Knit Tees ($9.50).

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April 20th, 2016 by Melanie Sutrathada Best Coachella Style: Weekend One

With gorgeous Coachella style everywhere, Indio, CA is looking great this time of the year. Ready for festival fashion at its finest? Here are my favorite looks from the first weekend of Coachella.

coachella styleSay hello to bell-bottoms! This festival-goer slayed in a pair embroidered with flowers.

P2 - Tim RegasStay cool in a black lace dress, and add a dash of sparkle with a mini tiara. You’ll be shining like Chiara in no time. 

P3 - Lisette MejiaA floral mini dress, sunny straw hat and gladiator sandals are always a win in Indio. 

P4 - Tim RegasjpgWhen in doubt, go for gorgeous white pieces in light, breezy fabrics. 

P5 - Lisette MejiaA floral two-piece and a flower crown are festival perfection. 

P6 - Tim RegasKeep your tan lines to a minimum—and your Coachella style on point—with a white off-the-shoulder maxi.

What were your favorite festival looks from the weekend?

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