Gypsy love in Texas

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Gypsy inspiration is all the rage. From high-end looks called “gypsy nouveau” to the more casual “urban gypsy,” anyone can pull off this look, which mixes previous trends we’ve seen in prior seasons: boho chic, world beat, etc! Accessories are where it’s at; chunky bangles to geo-rings and statement necklaces to headwraps. Don’t shy away from piling on the accessories! Even the gentlemen are getting in on this trend with the mixture of neutral colors and mixed prints.

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Southern Punk

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Just like the South, punk shall rise again. Well…rather it has risen in the South! Punk style has been spotted throughout the Plaza Midwood neighborhood of Charlotte.

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Seattle Embraces Festival Fashion

By Layna, Buffalo Exchange Seattle (Market)

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It’s festival season and everybody knows it! Our eclectic and hip neighborhood is full of fashionable individuals rocking their best summer looks.

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A Mod Summer

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This summer, our Hillcrest store decided to go back in time with ‘60s and ‘70s fashion.

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Style File: Chelsea

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In New York City, street style is all about making sure you don’t blend in with all the other pedestrians.  We keep ourselves fresh by mixing and matching classic and current trends.

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Off Topic: Born to Ride

By Joe Carrel, Buffalo Exchange Tempe

Buffalo ExchangeThis is Dot Robinson (shown atop her ’39 Harley-Davidson EL Knucklehead). She won her first motorcycle race at age 18 and later would become the first woman to win an American Motorcyclists Association (AMA) national competition.

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Les Fleurs de Portland

By: Mackenzie Roberts & Emily Corsones

Portland is known for its rainy, gloomy spring weather, but what do those April showers bring us for summer?

Buffalo ExchangeMay flowers! After waiting out all the drear, Portlanders get excited for the first blossoms of summer. These pretty petals inspire us in many aspects of our lives, including the way we dress. You’ll see the transformation from rustic winter wear to bright, flowing chiffons and chunky statement jewelry.

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