Bustle featured Buffalo Exchange’s sister store, The Vintage Buffalo in “Buffalo Exchange Opens Online Boutique Called The Vintage Buffalo, So Thrifting Is Now Ultra Convenient”on May 29, 2015: “…The Vintage Buffalo features all the best the store has to offer, but accessible at the click of a mouse! The site will predominately feature a curated selection of vintage clothing, accessories, jewelry, and home decor…Buffalo Exchange has worked hard to make sure that everything still comes in at a relatively affordable price point, so we can all have access to really good fashion. …”
Racked featured Buffalo Exchange Chelsea store manager, Justin Goellner in “Beacon's Closet, Buffalo Exchange, and the Big Business of Selling Your Old Clothes” on May 28, 2015: “…The average shopper might not know the true value of their old clothing, but the buyers who assess the dregs of those shoppers' closets certainly do. … stores like Buffalo Exchange … proliferate across the country, bringing in millions in revenue … These stores resonate with shoppers because they buy clothing for cash, as well as stock low-priced items for sale. They've become staple retail spots for regular shoppers, not just bargain hunters. … Goellner likens his job to "an art, not a science"… at Buffalo Exchange, Goellner says the store doesn’t have an exact price formula, but notes that buyers aim to have everything stay in an affordable window because "the store is supposed to feel like you are always getting a good deal." … "If you bought a good piece, wore it twice, and aren’t sure if you’re going to wear it again, just sell it back quickly! Don’t hold it," Goellner says. …”
Time Out New York featured Buffalo Exchange’s sister store, The Vintage Buffalo in “Buffalo Exchange launched an all-vintage e-tailer today” on May 28, 2015: “…chock-full of Southwest vintage. Cowboy boots, you guys—lots of them. … But let’s get down to the most important detail—will this prime vintage cost you an arm and leg like some of the other vintage clothing shops in the city? Answer: Surprisingly not. …”
College Fashionista featured Buffalo Exchange in “Around Town: Buffalo Exchange” on May 5, 2015: “Being able to walk into a store and instantly find a handful of gems to stock your closet with isn’t always easy. … I never leave empty handed from Buffalo Exchange, and I love the variety of both vintage and high-end items I find. Even better, I feel good buying secondhand pieces since I get to reuse items that are already out there. …”
Her CampusCal Poly mentioned Buffalo Exchange in “How to Earn Extra Cash in College” on May 3, 2015: “…These are some great options for earning quick cash in your spare time…March yourself over to the nearest Buffalo Exchange and sell them your clothes that are clean and lightly used …”
Travel Channel mentioned Buffalo Exchange in “South by Southwest" in May 2015: “If shopping tickles your fancy, check out Austin's nationally renowned/popular vintage clothing shops, which are mostly centered around the area known as "SoCo" (South Congress Avenue). Your best bets are: Buffalo Exchange…”
YouTuber Griffin Arnlund featured Buffalo Exchange in “$20 Outfit Challenge with Griffin Arnlund!” for AwesomenessTV on April 27, 2015: "...I look for any reason to head over to my favorite thrift store [Buffalo Exchange], so let's head over there and see if we kind find super cute outfits under $20 dollars. ... I found some options, so let's try them on and see if we have a winner. ... I found two outfits that I could not pass up. ..."
The Today ShowStyle Online featured Buffalo Exchange in “The savvy girl's guide to shopping for (and selling!) vintage clothes” on April 23, 2015: “…We've rounded up tips from the experts who know second hand ... well, firsthand. … ‘Many customers sell to us over the weekend, so Monday might be the closest I'd come to suggesting a single day,’ says Justin Goellner, a store manager at Buffalo Exchange. … That said, there's typically no time limit when it comes to unique pieces that stand out. ‘[When it comes to] a unique, embroidered vintage wool peacoat or a holographic, oversized Marc by Marc [Jacobs] down puffer, someone would snatch it up in a second even if it was July,’ says Goellner. Selling for your guy? Goellner says these rules need not apply. "Guys buy shorts in December, guys buy vintage leather trench coats in July. If it's cool and great quality, guys will buy it regardless of season," he says. … Last, but certainly not least, get to know your local second-hand stores and employees. "When you go to any store frequently and the employees know you, they can look out for you a little more than a one-time shopper. So if you stop by Buffalo Exchange every Monday looking for DVF dresses, and two employees know you and know your tastes, they might see one and put it on hold for you," says Goellner.…”