Summer Days

Three People Laying on Grass

Tomorrow is the first official day of summer. We hope you take a moment to relax in the sun. But don’t lay out too long, we wouldn’t want you to burn or anything. Happy Summer Buffalos! Photo via Buffalo Exchange Santa Monica


New Orleans: Miccosukee Dress

By Christy Lorio, Buffalo Exchange New Orleans

Miccosukee Dress

One of the greatest things about working with secondhand clothing are the stories you hear about the inventory’s former life. Longtime customer Deedra Ludwig is doing an artist residency in Florida (see her incredible paintings at DeedraLudwig.com) and instantly recognized a pink tent dress in our window at the New Orleans location as an original Miccosukee garment from the 1970s. Located in the Everglades, this Native American tribe is known for their patchwork designs in strong colors and geometric patterns.Full Story






Style Watch: Williamsburg

Williamsburg Style

In Williamsburg this time of year it’s perfect for an array of fashions. We hit the streets snapping photos of our favorite street styles.Full Story


Customer Round Up: East Village

Customer Style

  • Name : Sasha Campbell
  • Occupation: Acting student
  • Age: 23
  • Sense of style: Ecclectic
  • Three fashion items she can’t live without: Boots, fur jacket, and a pair of sangless.
  • Favorite summer item: Tassel leather gilet.

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Street Style: Buffalo Exchange Costa Mesa

Street Style

Many of our Costa Mesa guys follow trends in the street wear industry.  It’s a little bit hip-hop, a little bit skater and a little bit high-fashion. Looks have transitioned from less baggy to more fitted featuring narrow-leg, raw denim seen in labels like Nudie, Naked and Famous and APC.  Graphic tees are softer, leaner and simpler using a black, gray, white, teal and red color palette.  Slim-fitting, short-sleeved, chambray button ups are paired with snapback or camp hats from Mitchell and Ness, TISA or Supreme.  Skinny shoes like Vans Authentics or wingtip boots have taken the place of thicker, clunky sneakers.Full Story