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Winter Outfits

By Virginia, Buffalo Exchange Tucson

This winter switch out your everyday denim for a chino pant. These can easily go from laid-back to dressed-up in no time. Update your button-downs and tees with a few patterned pieces. Keep things a little normcore with a classic sneaker or dress it up with a leather boot. Throw on a denim jacket for those chiller days.

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Style File: Minneapolis

By Buffalo Exchange Minneapolis

Fall fashion in MPLS is a favorite for all. It’s the time after summer’s humid end and the brief time before winter peeks out its ugly head. Minnesotans are able to wear their adorable layers without their humungous puffer coats covering it all up. We get to show off our leather and denim jackets over our favorite flannel, or our long-sleeved mini dresses with sheer tights and little ankle booties. Everyone is giving a nod to black and grey basics, or classic pieces such as a great leather cross-body bag. As faux fur accessories, gloves, and winter boots are left in the closet until the very last minute, patterned infinity scarves and brimmed-wool hats are all over MPLS streets. A good way to describe our fall street style: “We are your friendly, chic, minimalist, but grungy lumber-jacks of the Midwest!”

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A Fashion Mecca

By Buffalo Exchange San Francisco (Mission)

In a city where the fashion game has no rules, the streets of the Mission are flooded with fashion classics, as well as new emerging styles. San Francisco has been a mecca for that boho girl whose spirit animal is Stevie Nicks, and who loves embroidery as much as she loves lace and fringe. On the opposite end of the spectrum we have noticed “health goth” becoming popular. Edgy statement pieces mixed with athletic staples like sneakers or joggers make for a fun and really wearable outfit. Both of these styles offer our customers the room to mix and match, while staying comfortable and fashionably current. Wondering if it’s socially acceptable to wear your Adidas with those skinny jeans? With this trend all you need to pair your active wear with is some confidence. Worried that your 60s inspired tunic looks dated? Pair it with a denim vest and some vintage boots, and boom–you’re boho chic. These are two styles with definite staying power that we don’t think are going anywhere. San Francisco is the city that will always be young at heart, but don’t let that stop you from dressing in these youthful fresh looks wherever you are! The boho look is timeless, while the newer athleti-goth is very right now.

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NYLON Magazine mentioned Buffalo Exchange

“CREATIVE LAST MINUTE OUTFITS” BY NYLON MAGAZINE

NYLON Magazine mentioned Buffalo Exchange in “3 last-minute costumes on a budget” on October 28, 2014: “Ladies and jellyspoons, we hate to be the bearer of bad news, but Halloween is in three freakin’ days. … But do not fear; NYLON’s intrepid interns are here. … The challenge was: All our participants had $25 … The result is three very different, very thrift store costumes—but all for a girl on a budget. Check out the three costumes … Priscilla Bajomo, digital editorial intern Costume: “Funky disco chick” Money Spent: $23 at Buffalo Exchange ‘I headed straight to the East Village … My first stop was Buffalo Exchange who had a range of creative last minute outfits … I luckily soon found some patterned flair pants with a retro ’70s feel. I then found a floral patterned shirt to match, creating my costume of a ’70s hippie girl.’ …”


Rival DC featured Buffalo Exchange

“ENDLESS POSSIBILITIES OF HALLOWEEN” BY RIVAL DC

Rival DC featured Buffalo Exchange in “The Unexpected & Underground Halloween Goldmine” on October 24, 2014: “I heard phenomenal things about Buffalo Exchange, so I decided to check it out for myself. … After a little exploration, I stumbled upon an old bronze shelf displaying sugar skull and masquerade masks, and saw the store in a whole new light — endless possibilities of halloween costumes!! … I immediately felt the need to revisit my youth and play dress up for hours. … Buffalo Exchange has the works. …”


Style File: Seattle (Ballard)

By Buffalo Exchange Seattle (Ballard)

Although the rain and gray days have finally rolled into Seattle, everyone is all smiles now that they can bust out their cute sweaters, scarves, boots, and layers! We went around the Ballard area hunting for fun fall fashion and we saw combinations of light layers with a few summer trends still sprinkled in. Boots are EVERYWHERE! While booties are still king we are seeing vintage inspired knee high styles, as well as combat boots. Skinny jeans with oversized tees and sweaters are an easy combo to look effortlessly chic and are a Seattle ladies go to outfit!

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Outfit Today, Costume Tomorrow

By Buffalo Exchange Tucson (Campus)

You’ve looked through the Halloween racks, but have you checked every rack? We put together three Halloween outfits using every day outfits and some fantastic Halloween accessories. You can find similar clothing and accessories at your local Buffalo Exchange.

 

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Arizona Daily Star featured tips from Buffalo Exchange

“HALLOWEEN TIPS” BY ARIZONA DAILY STAR

Arizona Daily Star featured tips from Buffalo Exchange in “Halloween tips: Dress-up for grown-ups” on October 19, 2014: “…Now, here’s a scarier thought for the grown-ups: You have less than two weeks to figure out how you will dress up, if you haven’t already. … Stephanie Lew, the Buffalo Exchange marketing director, and her communication and production assistant Emma Robinson, have a few ideas to keep creative from becoming complicated. … If you’ve forgotten how to play dress-up, here are 13 tips to help you remember …”


From the Archives

By Inara Edrington, Buffalo Exchange Tucson

Off the Wall ad from the Buffalo Exchange archives, circa 1983.


We’ve Moved: Las Vegas

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After 20 years, we’ve relocated our original Las Vegas store on Maryland to the Arts District (1209 S. Main St.). Take a look at the new location!

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