A Vegan 4th of July

A vegan 4th by Mike Shaffer- Store Manager of Buffalo Exchange Philadelphia

Since the 4th of July is upon us, I’d thought I’d share some photos of a vegan barbecue I had this past weekend to pre-celebrate the 4th of July and the beginning of the fabulous summer season.

ingredients including celery, seasonings, and fruitMy partner Eric and I started out by creating an area for drink and food garnishes for our friends to enjoy.Full Story

Trend Tracker: The Sneaker Wedge

Sneaker WedgeSince platforms have overtaken almost every genre of shoes, it’s no surprise that sneakers have a new look. First we saw creepers with inches upon inches of foam and then it was an extra sole added to plimsoll’s. But if you’re not a flatform lover than we have a solution for you! The sneaker wedge. Sure, it’s similar to the used to be trend of late 90’s, but this round the heels are hidden and the look is more enticing.  Channeling sneakers of the 80’s; puffy tongue’s and suede unite for a retro inspired look. We’ve now seen them dressed up and down; worn all over fashion weeks across the globe and finally hitting major retailers. How long will it last and will you buy a pair?

Image Via thestylesqueez

Style Watch: Williamsburg

Williamsburg Style

We hit the streets of Williamsburg again, snapping photos of our favorite outfits on the most stylish people. You’re looking fabulous Brooklyn!Full Story

Gothic Summer

Gothic Dress

Gothic Summer total look shipping to stores this week, Drop-waist Dress $25, Studded Loafers $32.50, Sunglasses $8.50.

Yves Saint Laurent: The King of Fashion

By Monica Negri, Monica is a Wardrobe and Image consultant of Ten Outfits and has three passions in life – Fashion, Food and Fitness.  All three interweave in and out of her life creating a beautiful balance.

Yves Saint Laurent Style

Recently I went to Denver after hearing about the YSL Retrospect Exhibit. That was a must see since it was the only city in the United States that was showing it.  It definitely met my expectations and I am so glad I went.Full Story

Meet Our Team: Sam & Caitlin

Woman with Flowers

Shoppers at the East Village might recognize Samantha as the stylish buyer expert they’ve seen smiling at them for the past few years. Sam has worked at Buffalo Exchange since she moved to New York in 2010 from the Midwest.  She lives in East Village a few blocks from the store, but loves going shopping all over the city.  Her favorite spots to frequent outside of the neighborhood include Allsaints, Rag & Bone, and Steven Alan.  She obsessively collects vintage Louis Vuitton accessories, and jokes that one day her apartment will become a “Louis history museum!Full Story

Street Style: San Diego (Hillcrest)

By Hoa, Buffalo Exchange San Diego, Hillcrest

San Diego Style

As spring slowly transitions into the summer, San Diego isn’t just known to be “Sun Diego” for no reason. The ladies in Hillcrest are taking advantage of the wonderful weather with short shorts, sheer tops, and “flowy” tanks. Vintage clothing has always been a hit in Hillcrest. Many locals are reinventing vintage garments into their modern day style such as a ‘50s night gown into today’s sheer slip dress. Full Story

Williamsburg Walks

Street FestivalWilliamsburg Walks is a series of car-free Saturday afternoons on Bedford Avenue. The idea is for people to use the closure to cars in order to rethink their public space and to offer a space to celebrate the neighborhood. This event takes place on 3 Saturdays in June, 9th, 16th and 23rd. The main shopping street in Williamsburg, Bedford Ave.is closed off for 10-12 blocks for pedestrians, booths, music and activities. Here are some photos from the June 16th events!Full Story

Roadshow Revival: A Tribute to the music of Johnny Cash

By Taylor, Buffalo Exchange Ventura
Johnny Cash Tribute

This passed weekend in Ventura, CA some of our Ventura Buffaloes got to attend the ever-so-epic Johnny Cash Music Festival. The musical tribute event, in honor of “The Man In Black”, was packed with pin-up and rock-a-billy fashionistas who came from near and far. Although the iconic Mr. Cash passed in 2003, the impact of his music on generations in undeniable – and it showed. Thousands of Cash’s number one fans packed the Ventura County fairgrounds to listen to the sounds of: the lovely Wanda Jackson, Big River, The Johnnys, X, The Blasters and more.Full Story