Buffalo Exchange Spring Style Trends

Step Into Spring With These 7 Trends

I la la love spring! Flowers blooming, the sun peeking out from the snow and the perfect time to try something new. Read on for some of the trends we’re most excited about adding to our closets this spring.

Patchwork & Knitwear

Hey Buffaloes! Hop in my time machine because we’re going back in time. Back to the 70s that is! Disco music is playing faintly in the background, incense is wafting toward you, and polaroids are all the rage (oh wait….. that’s still happening!) Now that we’re here, might as well take advantage of colorful patchwork. These fabrics are so fun to wear and to see! Pair with a monochrome bag and shoes to make this statement item pop even more! 

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Exposed Seams

To seam or not to seam, that is the question! And the answer is yes! Whether a pronounced seam on a 70s polo, a seamed top or lettuce hem, there’s no wrong way to wear this trend. Speaking of lettuce hems, did you know that they were created by Black fashion designer Stephen Burrows in the 1970s? Supposedly, he was inspired by Diana Vreeland, former Vogue Editor in Chief, who asked for a lettuce-colored clothing item.

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Bye Bye Bye, Skinny Jeans! 

Relaxed-fit trousers are as versatile as they are comfortable.To complete the look, add a pair of your favorite sneakers and step confidently into this spring trend.

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Lace & Mesh & Fishnets

Also known as sugar and spice and everything nice. Moving on from warm layers but still want to rock multiple pieces? These are your best layering friend. 

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InVEST In Your Wardrobe

This spring, the VEST is yet to come. Say hello to the most delightfully unexpected spring trend: sweater vests!

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The Feeling Is Neutral

Neutrals for spring may not be groundbreaking, but they are certainly a closet staple! Layer simple separates together for a chic, easy-to-wear look that goes with every occasion.

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Matchy Matchy

Nothing goes better together than a matching set. Double up your denim or bleach dye your favorite jeans and tee to match!

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Closet rotation: in progress. If you’re feeling inspired to shop, stop by your local Buffalo, where fashion’s a thrill, not a bill! All of our stores are stocked with trends like these, plus everyday staples, vintage, designer and one-of-a-kind finds that’ll have you saying, “You’re coming home with me!”. If you’re also spring cleaning your closet, book an appointment to sell it at Buffalo before you go.


Fashion Careers: Meet Buffalo Exchange Associate Area Manager, AJ!

AJ is an Associate Area Manager for Buffalo Exchange

What was your Buffalo path?

As a Buyer at the Dallas store, I was very eager to learn and share my knowledge. I would ask my managers for training and request to share style/trend reports. After a year as an Assistant Store Manager, the Store Manager position became available and I jumped on it! Growing through each position has given me a lot of insight. 

What have you become better at?

Taking feedback. I would get defensive or feel that I had to give an excuse/reason for everything. Eventually I started to understand that without feedback, positive or negative, I wouldn’t grow. 

What’s your favorite Buffalo find?

A blue floral vintage jacket. The funny thing is that I have yet to wear it. It’s just sitting in my closet, waiting for the special moment to shine, but makes me happy every time I look at it.

What are you interested in? Any hobbies?

Anything creative. I love redecorating my place or those of my friends/family. I’ve also been getting into watercolors — very therapeutic.

What media have you been into?

I just finished reading Deepak Chopra’s The Path to Love and started Alex Haley’s Autobiography of Malcolm X. I’ve also been watching Sister Sister on Netflix — takes me back to my childhood. Love it!

What’s your favorite Five Points of Power?

Be accountable for your own experience. It brings the ownership back to you. You have the power to make each decision in your life.

What advice has been the most meaningful to you?

Don’t take anything personally. Each person’s experiences mold them, and they respond to things differently because of that. Instead of taking things personally, I try to work on being more understanding.