Based on their city search page, I was excited to visit their store. First issue was their lack of selection. In addition, their pricing was far from what I expected.
I wasted my time and energy bringing in 2 heavy boxes and 1 backpack of clothing to sell/trade to no avail. After waiting an agonizing 3/4hrs they said they could not take any of my items. Why? because they were to lazy to even look at my items! Incredibly they denied this even though I was in the store the whole time.
I shant be going back to Crossroads and I recommend you don't waste your time with their menial selection. Boo!
This store proves that wearing used clothing doesn't have to leave you looking like a "Brady Bunch" reject..
The layout is warehouse-sparse. The music is familiarly hip. And pickiness is a virtue. The store's buyers selectively sort through possible acquisitions for current men's and women's styles, especially those with impressive labels. The most ostentatious brands garner wall space: Diesel, Anna Sui, bebe, Dolce & Gabbana. But racks harbor a plethora of well-preserved, young contemporary styles and a handful of inexpensive new merchandise from Rampage, Mooks and Greed Girl.
Photo by Chris Daniel
cool place. i do like this shop, but the the servcie is not so great.but i still recommen this place.i once found a bunch of free people clothing there.so look at the tags when you are shopping.
A fun place to stop by. Just like any other re-sell store, sometimes they have good stuff and sometimes not. I've found some cute clothes and shoes for very reasonable prices. What they have change constantly and fairly quickly. So if you've found something you like, you have to get it right then because chances are it may not be there next time you go. But make sure you want it because they do not accept exchanges or return!
Average store..... Crossroads is pretty average as far as the used clothing biz goes. Sometimes I find good stuff, sometimes I don't. It seems to cater to mostly Gap and Banana Republic wearing people, with some items that those people would buy and think they were "wild" (the kind who doesn't shop at Red Light) Good prices on things. Very picky buyers, and low cash that they give you for your stuff.
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