DC Style

If there’s one thing we know it’s that our customers are stylish and unique people. We took a moment at Washington DC location to ask a few of this folks about their favorite finds and their style.

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Michelle Marion

  • What brought you into the store today? Selling clothes
  • Favorite Buffalo find? My green chords
  • Describe your style in three words: Varied, energetic, courageous

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Last week our stylish managers stopped into Tucson! We snapped a few photos here and there of some of some of the great outfits and details they were sporting.

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Buffalo ExchangeBuffalo Exchange Austin customer Amberlin recently moved to Austin from Upstate New York! With SXSW starting today she’s excited to see Nick Cave & Skatellites!

We hope to see you at The Market where we’ll have plenty of goodies to give you the look you want during SXSW.

Buffalo ExchangeAlso stop by our Austin location on Guadalupe for a FREE band show case AND fashion show next Wednesday!


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By Raquel, Buffalo Exchange Fullerton

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While our city might be small and easily missed on the drive from LA to OC, we still see a variant amount of trends and styles. One of the more predominant trends is a mesh between street wear and sartorial. Our customers are often spotted sporting popular street labels mixed with inspirations from the 50s and 60s.

This dapper and smartly dressed group of friends wandered into the store recently. We loved how well they embodied the street style of Fullerton. We asked to spend a coffee date with them and document their style in downtown Fullerton.

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Buffalo Exchange ZINE s/s 2013

Buffalo Exchange (6)Hitting stores this week is the 4th issue of the Buffalo Exchange Zine. This Spring/Summer edition includes beautiful editorials from coast to coast along with DIY tips and tricks. You’ll preview some of this season’s hottest trends and then download free music from one of Portland’s unique folk bands. We hope you enjoy this issue as much as we enjoyed putting it together for you. Pick up your copy this week at your local Buffalo Exchange!

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East Village Spring Transition

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While in the thick of winter, we love to look ahead to the styles of (slightly) warmer days… We are already noticing runway-inspired spring trends popping up in outfits all over the city. Despite “spring” bringing to mind pastels and florals, we’ve seen designers put the emphasis on strong black-and-white looks. While there were a few floral prints, they seem more Asian-inspired cherry blossom than ditzy 90’s inspired florals of seasons passed.  Pieces with daring cutouts, peekaboo sheers, and up-to-there slits were all over the runway and the streets of East Village!  Polka dots have permeated, but sassy stripes are striking back.  Full Story

Tucson Lifestyle featured Buffalo Exchange's President and Vice President


Buffalo Exchange mom and daughter pair Kerstin and Rebecca Block, were recently featured in the Up Front, Notable section for ‘Frock in Trade’ in the March 2013 issue of prominent Tucson magazine, Tucson Lifestyle.

Starting a business can be a daunting task. Imagine failing to learn new skills, losing your job, and raising a family. For Kerstin Block, those past failures would soon become successful achievements with an idea to open a unique clothing store. In a recent interview with Tucson Lifestyle, Buffalo Exchange president, Kerstin Block revealed “I love to shop, and I have the rummaging/digging instinct.” Her addiction to thrift stores and swap meets naturally helped her and Spencer Block to open the first Buffalo Exchange in 1974 in an old union office across from the University of Arizona in Tucson, Arizona. Today Kerstin and her daughter, Rebecca, run the family business with 48 stores in 17 states. Through the decades, Buffalo Exchange has become a thriving resale fashion retailer. In the interview Kerstin and Rebecca discuss how they have maintained the business over the years: “We have worked very hard to remain fashion-oriented,” said Rebecca, “Buffalo Exchange is very unique—you never know what you are going to find!” “We go by style rather than brand name,” noted Kerstin, “We are very honest with our customer about what an item will sell for,” Rebecca added.