Do you ever correlate your favorite clothing stores with types of people from high school?
Forever 21 is the popular cheerleader. Urban Outfitters is the hipster that everyone wants to hate, but they can’t because they are just that damn awesome. Abercrombie and Fitch is the douchebag football player that all the girls follow around, and later spread his overwhelming cologne when they wear his letterman jacket. Free People is the effortless hippie chick that everyone gets a long with, even if they can’t live up to her standards. You see what I mean, right?
And Crossroads is everyone’s best friend. They have to be; they have something for everyone.
So, when planning to meet Sarah from Crossroads to have brunch and go shopping, I was totally nervous. As smooth as I like to believe I seem on the interwebs, I am a super dork and don’t feel I make the best first impression. So, like the said super dork I am, I made Sarah scones and pumpkin butter. I figured that even if I made a bad first impression, at least she would leave me having something nice to remember me by.
But, you guys, that didn’t happen. Sarah was so cool that I think her coolness effected me a little and just by association of hanging out with her, I was cool for a moment too. Basically, we had a great time, ate yummy food, and bought some super cute clothes.
Check out our Saturday shopping date over at the Crossroads Trading Co blog! After reading it, you’ll want to be Crossroads’ BFF too.