Buffalo Exchange Sell Clothing Nashville

Buffalo Exchange – The New Spot to Sell Clothing in Nashville

By Jessica Pruitt, Buffalo Exchange HQ

Buffalo Exchange has put down roots in the heart of Nashville’s classic “Rock Block” at 2115 Elliston Place, just a short jaunt from Vanderbilt and TSU. For those looking to sell clothing in Nashville, save money on their new wardrobe or lead a more sustainable lifestyle, Buffalo Exchange is to the rescue!

Long-time Buffalo Exchange customers love the eclectic selection and constant influx of new inventory. Since clothing is hand-selected and paid for on the spot, it’s a definite step above your typical thrift store fare and more convenient than a consignment store.

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DIY Pokémon Costumes

By Buffalo Exchange Hawthorne

Trying to catch everything you need to create your very own Pokémon costume? With our Bulbasaur, Charmander and Pikachu character packs, it’s easy to bring your favorite Pokémon to life. Once you have the hat and accessories from these packs, putting the rest of your outfit together is as simple as adding clothing in the appropriate colors. Wear pieces you already have in your closet or add a little fun and excitement with tutus, tights and legwarmers.

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Buffalo Exchange Publicity Reviews Atlanta


AJC recommended Buffalo Exchange as a place to revamp you closet for fall in an article titled, “Freshen up your wardrobe for free at Buffalo Exchange” on October 6, 2016.

“The Fall season has arrived! This means it’s time for us to transition our closets. Buffalo Exchange is the perfect place to get rid of unused clothing and refresh your closet…Check out Buffalo Exchange, 1057 Ponce de Leon Ave., Atlanta. 404-817-0921” by Lexi Felder

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Family of Fashion Designers

By Joe Carrel, Buffalo Exchange HQ (with photos by Jessica Pruitt and Christy Klep)

The family that sews together grows together. We asked Portland’s Irene Veldstra about fashion, upcycling and her ultra-creative household.

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