Shopping >Crossroads Trading Co Inc
really like place, helpfull managers, love crossroads, great condition, authentic louis vuitton luggage, rich people, good used clothing
This site should have a zero rating, because the Crossroads company deserves a big ZE-RO, Ho-MIE.
The employees sport raggedy clothes and sport even worst attitudes.
And it's the customer-treatment, by these nobody-clerks, that will eventually cause this company to go out of business.
There are far too many HIPPER and HOTTER recycled and vintage stores to go to and get MUCH better treatment and great attitude, than take abuse from a bunch of second-hand girls, at this second-hand store.
Verdict: H-E-L-L no.
Sometimes mean, managers rock though. Some of the staff acts like they are the gods of fashion and it can make you feel weird. Some others are great though. The managers are awesome and helpfull
Great High End Labels at an Affordable Price. I found Crossroads Trading on Melrose by accident as I was strolling down the street one day . To my surprise, they have a lot of really good designer labels for dirt cheap. Although many items are smelly, they are mostly in great condition. On my second visit I found an authentic Louis Vuitton luggage for $90. Although it had a coule of rivets fallen off, I was able to turn it around and sold it for $595, not bad for not even a day's work. I then went back the following day and bought a whole new wardrobe PLUS eat at BluJam Cafe next door and still have $500 left in my pocket. I was extremely happy!!!!
clothing. What is it that you sell in your store, do you sell by wholesale or what? Can you tell me about your store?
This thrift store's motto says it all: "Buy, sell, trade.".
It's not unusual to see long lines of people eager to rid themselves of old threads at this crowded store located in the heart of trend-setting Melrose. Crossroads is all about bringing in those clothes you want out of your closet and replacing them with everyone else's castoffs. The clothes here are very reasonably priced, which is great considering the designer labels you'll find.
Hot Damn!. This has got to be the most stellar discovery in west coast resale. Crossroads has a few stores in California and one in Seattle, with good reason. You do have to dig a bit (but that's the fun) and man can you find gold! I've gotten Marc Jacobs shirts for $15 and skirts for $20, and you know how outrageous those regular prices are. Not fakes at all, mind you. It's not one of those snooty resale shops, thankfully. There's a real sense of community here.
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