Crossroads Trading Company

Shopping , Consignment store Williamsburg
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Crossroads (Photograph: Alex Strada)
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Photograph: Alex Strada

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Crossroads (Photograph: Alex Strada)
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Photograph: Alex Strada

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Crossroads (Photograph: Alex Strada)
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Photograph: Alex Strada

Crossroads

Crossroads (Photograph: Alex Strada)
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Photograph: Alex Strada

Crossroads

Kings County thrifters, rejoice: Brooklyn has another clothing exchange filled to the brim with slightly worn sartorial treasures. Northern California’s Crossroads—already a West Coast mainstay—has migrated East and packed its first NYC shop with affordable clothing ($5–$300), shoes ($15–$150) and accessories ($15–$350), not to mention some serious designer-label scores. Merchandise turns over fast, but scour the no-frills space and you’ll find some good deals, like ladies’ suede chunky platform Jeffrey Campbell boots ($100) and men’s YSL leather sneakers ($55). In the clothing department, you might stumble upon a guy’s sleek zippered G-Star jacket ($50) or a Marc by Marc Jacobs smock dress with leather detailing ($125). And if you’re in the market to splurge, keep your eyes peeled for fashion holy-grail items such as a quilted Chanel handbag with chain straps ($800). You can also unload your own gently worn items for 35% of the resale value in cash or 50% in store credit.
Venue name: Crossroads Trading Company
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Address: 135 North 7th St
New York

Cross street: between Bedford Ave and Berry St
Opening hours: Mon–Sat 11am–8pm, Sun noon–7pm
Transport: Subway: L to Bedford Ave
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Chloe W
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Crossroads' location right off of the Bedford L makes it an easy-to-get-to shopping destination - and if you're looking to sell, it's a great place to get some extra cash before you walk down to Smorgasburg.  The staff is always incredibly friendly - during my last visit they gave detailed explanations as to why they did/didn't buy various items. I'm not a huge fan of the stock that they carry (whenever I get store credit, I'm never really sure if I can find something to use it on), but Crossroads is great if you want to clear out your closet for a new season.

sihon

comming to the store in brooklyn is the worst experience i ever had. The thick scent of racism filled the air. I walked in and asked if they took hand designed tshirts . I was told they did. as wispers and stairs came from behind the counter. i was told no and the guests that i had from swedan left the store in disgust . I said thankyou and left . my wife and her swedish friends spends alot of money at this location. Thats why i went in the first place. I sent the same shirts with my wife and no problem .It was tacky and ignorant . If i dont receive help from the main office about taking action with the store .I will expose this place on every blogg and chat as well as protest outside the store. this is an outrage!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!