LA Racked mentioned Buffalo Exchange in “Beauty Expert Lynette Cenee Is a Boho Super-Babe” on October 30, 2015: “…I take after my mom in being a total thrift store junkie, she taught me well! Being from Tucson, Arizona where the first Buffalo Exchange opened, it’s an easy answer for me to say that hands down its one of my favorite go-to places to shop. I’ve been roaming their racks for vintage tees and unique pieces to add to my closet since I can remember. …”
By Buffalo Exchange Washington D.C. (14th St.)
We strive to have an inventory that speaks to a diverse customer base. We look to keep our racks varied and exciting, which means having a good mix of basics, classic or timeless pieces, hot and current trends, and fun unique items that you can’t find anywhere else. Sometimes that means bringing everything you’ve got. Check out our four tips to selling!
By Joe Carrel, Buffalo Exchange Tempe
You ever look up something out of mild curiosity and later realize you’ve spent way longer than expected down a rabbit hole of information? That happened to me after spying my Converse All Stars flopped on the floor and wondering “Who the heck is Chuck Taylor and why is his name on my shoes?”
What I found surprised me…
By Buffalo Exchange Los Angeles (Hollywood)
Buffalo Exchange Hollywood buyer expert Mykull takes us through his closet and how his personal style has grown.
My personal aesthetic, I would describe, is a trendy culture clash. It’s a mix of indigenous basics and uniquely crafted leather goods. Many of my leather goods are a great juxtaposition to the simple and fluid clothing I wear. If it isn’t leather, I don’t want it!
By Buffalo Exchange Seattle (Ballard)
There is a nip in the air and houses are starting to fill up with mutant squash! Pinterest has filled your imagination with tasteful ways to decorate your home and we are here to help upgrade your fall wardrobe. Here in Seattle the leaves changing are not something to dread, but rather our cue to crack into storage and bust out our fav fall staples. Although, Seattle is not well known for colorful wardrobes, but we love mixing patterns and textures. The colors we’re seeing pop into fashion are marsala, mustard yellow, and dark greens. Although the 90s still reign supreme in the PNW, the 70s are also a huge hit this fall. Think high-waisted, bell bottoms, mock turtle necks, trapeze fit dresses, faux fur details, and overalls.
Houstonia Mag mentioned Buffalo Exchange in “5 Houston Stores to Haunt for Your Halloween Costume” on October 19, 2015: “…At one point or another, we have probably all walked into a Buffalo Exchange store. It’s great place to not only pick up seasonal items, but to resell some of your own pieces and keep your wardrobe festival fresh. …”
Her Campus recommended Buffalo Exchange in “8 (Non-Sketchy) Ways to Sell Your Stuff” on October 16, 2015: “…we’re here to fill you in on some other ways to sell your things, as recommended by deal-seeking collegiettes like you! …Take your gently used current and vintage styles to Buffalo Exchange…they do ask for quality clothing and accessories in great shape. …you can make a great sale… Hannah Rupp, thrifter and fashion blogger … “You get to talk to a real person, know where your stuff is going, and, in most cases, you get payout on the spot,” Rupp says. “It’s a great option for someone who doesn’t have time to wait around on the Internet!”
Marie Claire mentions Buffalo Exchange in “What to Do With All Your Old Clothes” on October 13, 2015: “…Buffalo Exchange…will probably be your jam. Just grab your stuff, head to the nearest location, and an employee will sort your stuff and give you a pay-out pricing—which you can take or leave. Pro tip: Make sure to call to see what items they’re currently accepting or looking for…”
By Buffalo Exchange Las Vegas
Summer comes to a close and the warmest days are behind us. Here in Las Vegas customers seek out items that can transition from one season to the next with ease. One of our favorite examples is the Chambray Shirt. You can use it as a great layering piece on a warmer day or rock out with a full denim outfit. To the heat we say “Sashay away, Chambray you stay!”
By Sara Knight, Buffalo Exchange San Francisco (Mission)
Let’s face it, some of the best Halloween costumes are the ones inspired by pop culture. There’s nothing better than having someone point and yell the name of the character you’ve dressed up as. However, the task of doing it right can be daunting, not to mention expensive. Fear not! That’s what those of us at Buffalo Exchange are here for, to provide you with all the right pieces to make a costume made for the silver screen. Need some ideas? Well, we’ve got you covered! Here are six Halloween Costumes that won’t break the bank!