Willamette Week mentioned Buffalo Exchange in “Portland’s Biggest Sneaker Event Is This Weekend” on January 28, 2016: “…With Nike and Adidas in our backyard there isn’t much that we haven’t seen and we’ll be sure to let you know that. It makes them that much harder to impress. They [Portland sneakerheads] also carry a much bigger passion for thrifting than anywhere else. You never know what you’re going to find out here. The rarest stuff I see often comes from…Buffalo Exchange. …”
By Buffalo Exchange Georgetown
Winter staples don’t have to mean winter basics. Light sweaters and jackets were our go-to for months. Now that we’re in a new season, we search for new staples for our ever-evolving wardrobe. We put together some items that encompass the key looks of the new season.
By Sam Mulder, Buffalo Exchange Tucson (Eastside)
Here in Tucson, we’ve been having an unusually cold and dreary winter. This time of year, many of us get so wrapped up in the pursuit of warmth that we forget how to have fun with our wardrobes! As a music lover, one of my favorite ways to bring some excitement back into my winter wardrobe is to reference some of the greatest style icons of all time: rock stars—particularly those of the late 60s and 70s. In the past year, throwbacks to these iconic decades have been popping up on the runway in collections from Saint Laurent, Gucci, Louis Vuitton, and Prada just to name a few. To demonstrate how you can put together your own rock star looks, I spent the day playing dress-up in homage to some of the greats.
The Odyssey Online mentioned Buffalo Exchange in “Shopping For Mardi Gras On A Broke College Student Budget” on January 25, 2016:“…If you’re an Uptown college student looking to go all out this year without breaking the bank, this guide is for you. …Super convenient and super affordable, Buffalo Exchange should be one of the first stops on your festival season shopping spree. They have a whole rack full of neon items, sequined apparel and crazy costumes that are perfect for a parade in the French Quarter. You can also trade in or sell outfits from previous years, making Buffalo Exchange an even more fiscally responsible choice. …”
By Katie Nelson, Buffalo Exchange Chelsea
Here at Buffalo Exchange’s Chelsea location in Manhattan, we’re at a perfect jumping-off point for exploring New York City. In the spirit of starting fresh and creating adventure in the New Year, clean out your closet, sell your clothes at our store, and treat yourself to a fun excursion right in the neighborhood. Here are just a few ideas for where to visit after coming in to see us.
By Buffalo Exchange Bellingham
In sleepy Bellingham, the average shopper has a true affinity for their boots, scarves, neutral colors, and technical outerwear. So when someone walks in our front doors wearing a wildly printed vintage dress, a necklace made out of Ruffles chips, and is carrying a 3-D frog purse—we all get a little excited. Especially when she proceeds to obsess over all of the quirkiest things in our store: a cupcake-print dress, a tiny sloth bag, or a vintage cape.
By Buffalo Exchange Portland (Hawthorne)
Buffalo Exchange Hawthorne associate manager Jessica takes us on a tour of her closet and gives us her take on personal style. Jessica has worked for Buffalo Exchange for three and a half years and loves the company’s ethos of constant growth and personal responsibility. Over the past few years, her wardrobe has evolved as much as she has!
By Buffalo Exchange Santa Monica
It’s a well-known fact that styles come and go. They adapt and reinvent themselves time and time again. What was once fashionable many decades ago comes back with a new life and purpose. This philosophy of bringing back older styles and making them new again is what keeps us in style at Buffalo Exchange.
By Joe Carrel, Buffalo Exchange HQ
Coachella. SXSW. Burning Man. If you’re looking to spend a vacation floating amongst a sea of humanity, there are plenty of choices. If, however, you’d prefer to explore some events with more manageable crowds and all the quirky fun, have I got some suggestions for you!