Alibi recommends Buffalo Exchange in its feature section “The Hipster’s Creation Kit” for the August 14–20, 2014 Back To School issue (page 22): “… Not only is it a good way to keep your fashion just the right kind of retro … Plus, where else are you going to get a Captain Bucky O’Hare t-shirt and a crushed velvet dress for less than $20? …”
By Buffalo Exchange New Merch
Peek at some end of summer men’s items our New Merchandise buyers have stocked in our stores. Pick up these styles and more today at your local Buffalo Exchange.
By Buffalo Exchange Houston (Rice Village)
It’s HOT, HOT, HOT here in Houston during August with temperatures often in the 100s. School is just around the corner and our customers know it’s important to not only stay cool, but make sure they look great for the school season ahead.
By Joe Carrel, Buffalo Exchange Tempe
There are few things sadder than something blank. From the blank canvas of a frustrated artist, the blank page of a frustrated writer, or the blank living room wall of a frustrated, well, you. As a person of obvious style (you are reading the Buffalo Exchange Fashion blog after all), you like your personality to shine through—not just in your clothes, but also in your surroundings. So, if you’re interested in venturing beyond the basic mirror or painting above the couch, then click that “continue reading” link, because you’ve come to the right place.
Having something large on the wall can make an impressive statement, but it can also overwhelm a smaller room and/or prove cumbersome when it comes time to move. Instead of opting for a smaller object that will get swallowed up by the wall around it, how about displaying an array of the same type of item.
By Buffalo Exchange NOLA
The Red Dress Run is an event that happens around the globe, and was founded by the world’s largest running club, Hash House Harriers. The Red Dress Run started purely by accident in Long Beach during 1987 when a woman took part in a yearly race sporting heels and a red dress. The Red Dress Run spread to San Diego in 1988, and since has grown in popularity with male and female runners.
By Pam Cathey, Buffalo Trading Post Tucson
Did you know Buffalo Exchange has an older sibling? Buffalo Trading Post opened last March, and it specializes in vintage, western, and home goods. Located on the west side of Tucson, Buffalo Trading Post gets a vast array of items, from 60s vintage Mexican dresses to turn of the century kitchenware. There is something for everyone at Buffalo Trading Post, and if you have some items that you are looking to sell, Buffalo Trading Post has the same motto as Buffalo Exchange: Buy, Sell, Trade!
By Brittany Fenney, Buffalo Exchange Tucson (Campus)
Photography Brittany Fenney
Models: Jennifer Williams, Malcom Robinson, and Jeremiah Marquez
It’s no secret that southwestern styles are everywhere these days. Fringe, leather, concho belts, and chunky turquoise rings, are no longer a niche look, and have made it to the runways. Here in Tucson we have always celebrated southwestern style, and are overjoyed to see cowboy boots on socialites and squash blossoms in magazine editorials.
College Times Fall 2014 Orientation Guide recommends Buffalo Exchange in “Lookin’ Good Getting Dressed, for cheap, like…” (page 36): “… There are so many great resale shops here in the Valley … Buffalo Exchange … buy used items including shoes, clothing and accessories. You can either get cash for your unwanted dud or trade them in for store credit to get something new to you that you love. …”
Whatcom Magazine Fall 2014 issue featured Buffalo Exchange in “Secondhand treasure: Consignment clothing stores feed growing demand for affordable fashion” (pages 27–28) in August 2014: “For fashion on the cutting edge, Buffalo Exchange on North State Street in Bellingham is a good place to go. … Their “new and recycled fashion” appeals to everyone from young adults to “ladies who lunch,” says manager Hanako Persson. … ‘We offer contemporary pieces, designer clothes, vintage, one-of-a-kind, and whimsical pieces,’ Persson says. ‘Our fashion choices are very customer-driven. We ask what they are shopping for and keep a finger on the pulse of what people want. We have a lot of folks that inspire our purchases, both locally and nationally.’ … It’s the place to find a vintage Hawaiian shirt, a pink purse and a fedora, all at once. …”