Go Ask Kara

By Kara (@GoAskKara), Buffalo Exchange DC (Georgetown)

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Well, it was a busy and exciting holiday season! I got to do a lot of traveling between DC, Philadelphia and Delaware over the last month, which meant I spent most of my free time picking out outfits to pack!

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Phoenix Spring Forecast

By Buffalo Exchange Phoenix

Buffalo Exchange employee styled in sheer empire waisted tunic with dark wash skinny jeans and gray booties.

Our location is a melting pot of styles and trends. Within a ten minute drive from our store you could be in midtown Phoenix with a plethora of vintage resale stores, the timeless art district with creative free spirited local designers, or even old town Scottsdale with the upscale boutiques and high-end department stores.

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Style File: Austin

Spring starts early in Texas. Coats are gone and awesome spring street style has arrived! Here’s a preview of what our employees are sporting!

Buffalo Exchange employee styled in Howe blazer, J. Crew gingham pocket square, retro poly shirt, hunter green Arizona jeans and suede oxford Doc Martens.

Chris is keeping it classy with a very updated menswear look consisting of a Howe blazer, J. Crew gingham pocket square, retro poly shirt, hunter green Arizona jeans and suede oxford Doc Martens.

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Hats on Hats on Hats

By Liz Welker, Buffalo Exchange Chicago

Buffalo Exchange employee wearing a black felt newsboy hat with chambary button-up, black pants and tartan plaid coat.

Hats and I go way back. We first became acquainted when my mother decided she was tired of explaining to strangers that her very bald infant daughter was indeed female and chose to adorn my skull with frilly bonnets.

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Style File: East Village

Buffalo Exchange employees styled in fauz fur, leopard and blue tuxedo pant suit.

Here in the East Village, customers and staff alike are rebelling against the doldrums of winter weather. We’re managing to stay warm, yet creative by adding pops of color and expertly layered separates. We’ve seen adventurous pattern mixing, funky faux fur in every color of the rainbow to leopard print coats and pony hair. Everyone is adding statement jewels, metallic details, leather trimmed anything and camo, camo, camo to their everyday outfits.  We love leather backpacks, fabric blocking, fuzzy sweaters, Chelsea boots, patterned pants high-waisted denim, matching sets and Japanese tour jackets! Essentially we are all gathering great separates to take us oh-so-fabulously into spring!

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Sunny Winter Weather

By Hannah Higgins, Buffalo Exchange Santa Monica

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With the sun still shining bright in California, we’re finding ways to put a winter twist on all the best styles. A bright coat and faux fur is a fun spin to the Cali style. Native American-inspired pieces like fringe purses and turquoise rings are great accessories while hitting the beaches! To top off your funky style and make you stand out, add some cool shoes like oxfords or vintage cowboy boots. You can go from day to night with any of these alternatives pieces!

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An Icon

By Buffalo Outlet, Nogales

Photos by Juan Garcia

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We cannot get enough of Audrey Hepburn’s style. Her movies and style inspired us to create a few looks from our great selection at the Buffalo Outlet in Nogales, AZ.

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The Sierra Vista Herald featured Buffalo Exchange's Arts Award Recipient


The Sierra Vista Herald featured Buffalo Exchange and the 2013 Buffalo Exchange Visual Arts Award recipient in “Buffalo Exchange honors Bisbee artist” on January 17, 2014: “Buffalo Exchange, a privately owned, family-operated fashion resale retailer based in Tucson, will honor Brenna Curry, a metal artist with the Vixen Fine Art Metal Gallery in Bisbee, as the recipient of the 2013 Buffalo Exchange Visual Arts Award … award funded by the Buffalo Exchange Fund for the Arts. Held at the Community Foundation for Southern Arizona, the Buffalo Exchange Fund for the Arts has awarded more than $160,000 to individuals in the Southern Arizona art community since 1994. Curry’s metal works are mostly on stainless steel, where she incorporates exposed metal under the paint that gives a holographic feeling. … Nominators of potential recipients can remain anonymous. This year, the person who nominated Curry cited her tenacity, perseverance, and willingness to stay true to herself and her art. … Each year, candidates for Buffalo Exchange’s Visual Arts Award are nominated and selected by two panels of experts who are familiar with the Southern Arizona arts scene. The focus of the award changes from one year to the next, highlighting important contributors to the arts, or emerging artists in the visual arts and performing arts – ones that are not necessarily well known but who are showing great promise in fulfilling the highest standards of excellence.”

Style File: Albuquerque

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It has been cold here in New Mexico! With temperatures dropping, everyone is bundling up and using the opportunity to express themselves through layers. It seems like nearly everyone loves the Pendleton-inspired or southwestern prints on shoes, accessories and outerwear. When paired with must-have chunky knits, this trend is a definite win! Dark colors (i.e. black), leather jackets, lace, studs, and boots seem to be the most sought-after looks at the moment, which suits our never-ending appetite for over-embellished jewelry just fine. The guys seem to be taking a much more casual approach to the cold weather, but remain current by rocking the most prevalent trend for men in Albuquerque—camo! Whether it’s a current trend or a vintage military fatigue jacket, these guys just can’t get enough of the military look!

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