By Jessica Pruitt, Buffalo Exchange HQ
If you’re familiar with our biannual zine, you might have noticed that we skipped our Fall/Winter 2016 issue. After realizing that our customers actually like these little mags, we are proud to announce a return to print! Stop by your local Buffalo Exchange to pick up a free copy, packed full of spring 2017 fashion trends, unique style and closet organization tips.
Jen Williams, Store Manager at Buffalo Exchange Nashville, has a vintage party dress collection sure to make any vintage aficionado jealous. “I started collecting vintage party dresses when I was 16 years old,” she explains, “due to an intense fear I’d show up to prom in the same dress as someone else.” Pick up a copy of the new zine to see the whole collection!
If Moonrise Kingdom is your favorite movie, this is the editorial for you! Michaela Allessandra of Buffalo Exchange Austin styled a vivid, quirky photo shoot inspired by Wes Anderson that you’ll definitely want to paste on your bulletin board for some spring 2017 fashion inspiration.
Planning a spring closet cleanout? Mindful Dressing is a must-read, taking the mystery out of the capsule wardrobe. Find out how to clean out, plus top tips for building a new spring wardrobe.
Buffalo Exchange Coast to Coast
In this editorial, we feature spring 2017 fashion from Buffalo Exchanges across the country. From denim on denim in Chelsea, NYC to skate style in Santa Monica, CA to crop tops and patches in Austin, TX, we cover the gamut.
Tackling a Tiny Closet
If you live in a tiny apartment or dorm room, you probably find yourself wrestling with your closet daily. Juliet Swango from Buffalo Exchange New York shows how to take control of your space with a few budget-friendly tools.
Ready for some major spring 2017 fashion inspiration? View the complete Spring/Summer 2017 zine online or stop into your local Buffalo Exchange for a free copy! While you’re there, let us know what you think. Is there anything you’d like to see in the next edition? We’re always looking to improve and provide the best possible content.