Buffalo Exchange How to Layer Cold Weather

Cold-Weather Style: How to Layer

By Buffalo Exchange San Diego (Hillcrest) and Buffalo Exchange Boston (Somerville)

If you’ve ever felt like a complete marshmallow-shaped goober after bundling up for the snow, then you know staying stylish in the cold weather isn’t always easy. Luckily, it’s layering to the rescue! Layering gives you maximum flexibility, ensuring you stay warm when you need to without overheating when you finally make it inside. Plus, if you’ve ever had a morning where you just can’t decide which top you like better, now you don’t have to! When you layer, you can wear all your favorite pieces at once.

All About That Base

So, how to layer successfully? Start with a strong “base” item. This piece anchors your whole outfit and pulls all the disparate pieces together. Choose this item wisely – it will take center stage when you get inside and start shedding layers. Plus, you’ll probably wear it on its own come spring. Your base piece will help you determine the color palette for your entire outfit and figure out how many layers you can add without hulking out.

Buffalo Exchange Hillcrest Somerville How to Layer Cold Weather Style Outfits Stripes and Plaid

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Buffalo Exchange Albuquerque Fall Looks for Less

Fall Looks for Less

By Buffalo Exchange Albuquerque; Photography by Becca Griner

When you just spent all your extra money on textbooks and a ticket home for Thanksgiving (or, let’s be honest, late-night food carts), but your closet needs a cold-weather update, you may feel like you’re out of luck. Don’t despair – it’s resale to the rescue! Gather together some past favorites to trade in. Then, head down to your local Buffalo Exchange to put together a complete outfit for less than you’d spend on a single item elsewhere. We show you how with these four looks for $50 or less.

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Buffalo Exchange Hollywood Employee Style 80s Denim Sneakers Ripped Vintage Jeans Souvenir Bomber Jacket

Finding a Job in Fashion: Meet Buffalo Exchange Buyer Alyx

By Buffalo Exchange Hollywood

Looking to find a job in fashion? We sat down with Buffalo Exchange Hollywood Buyer Alyx to find out what she loves about working for Buffalo Exchange and where she gets her style inspiration. She had dreamed of working for the company since high school and now takes daily inspiration from the amazing variety of clothing she gets to see in the store. Perhaps it’s this variety that makes her personal style so diverse!

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Buffalo Exchange Ohio Charities

Giving Back in Ohio: Supporting the CHA Animal Shelter

By Brittney Stuart, Buffalo Exchange HQ

At Buffalo Exchange, we believe in giving back to the community on a daily basis. So, instead of offering plastic bags, we hand out charity tokens with each purchase, giving shoppers the chance to donate 5 cents to one of three rotating local non-profits through our Tokens for Bags® program. Preserve the environment and help the community, all in one go? Yes, please! In our Columbus, Ohio store, shoppers have the chance to sponsor the Citizens for Humane Action (CHA) Animal Shelter.

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Buffalo Exchange All Souls Procession Tucson

Walking With the All Souls Procession

By Amelia Gotobed, Buffalo Exchange HQ

One of the largest public ceremonies in North America – the All Souls Procession – is about to take place in Tucson, Arizona, the hometown of Buffalo Exchange. The annual Procession draws on the traditions of Dia de los Muertos and other holidays, bringing Tucson’s diverse community together to celebrate the lives of loved ones who have passed away.

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Buffalo Exchange New York


NYC on the Cheap recommended Buffalo Exchange in an article titled, “Best NYC Resale, Consignment Shops” on November 1, 2016.

“Buffalo Exchange: Another buy-sell-trade outlet, and a go-to for college students and fashion folks. Among the endless racks of tweedy blazers, oversized flannels, soft tees with oddball slogans and chunky0-knit sweaters, you can find Milly dresses, Marc by Marc Jacobs blouses, Vince tops, and Jeffery Campbell shoes…” by Evelyn Kanter