Hey Eugene, if you’re in the mood to clean your home this spring, be sure to bring in your closet cleanout to Buffalo Exchange! We’re currently buying pieces for spring like dresses, short-sleeve button downs, shorts and lightweight sweaters – not to mention shoes like canvas sneakers, sandals and espadrilles. Your closet cleanout could become extra cash or trade to spend at any Buffalo Exchange – plus, if you sell three or more items between April 1st-15th, we’ll even give you a $5 off coupon to spend on your new-to-you warm-weather wardrobe. We can’t wait to see the hidden gems in your closet!
Calling all vintage lovers: Buffalo Exchange Las Vegas is pleased to announce that Jasmin of Vintage Vandalizm is hosting another Sip and Shop in our store this April! Join us on April 17th from 7-9pm for this exciting after-hours event. This is the perfect place to kick off your Viva Las Vegas Rockabilly weekend with a curated selection of amazing retro and vintage pieces. Sip on something from Makers + Finders, snack on sweet treats from Donut Bar LV, snap pics of your vintage look in our photo booth and enter your name into the raffle for a Buffalo Exchange gift card! It doesn’t end there – the first ten attendees will receive a Buffalo Exchange tote bag filled with goodies from Sauavecita, Tatyana Boutique and more. We can’t wait to see you there!
Hello, Manhattan: Buffalo Exchange Chelsea and East Village are currently buying men’s clothing! We’re looking for menswear for all seasons, from denim and jackets to button-downs and shorts. If you’ve got an overflowing collection of shoes and accessories like sunglasses and hats, we buy those too! The things you once loved but no longer wear have the potential to become extra spending cash or trade to spend at your favorite Buffalo Exchange. Want us to sweeten the deal? If you come in and sell three or more menswear items from your closet cleanout between now and March 31st, you’ll receive a $5 off coupon to spend on your springtime wardrobe re-up. Fill up your reusable tote bags with your spring cleanout and visit us today!
Hey, Cali! If you’re ready to clean out your closet for spring, be sure to bring the things you’re no longer wearing to Buffalo Exchange Berkeley, San Francisco (Haight St) and Costa Mesa! We’re looking for warm weather pieces like dresses, short-sleeve button downs, tees and shorts. Since it’s still cool at night, we’re also buying lightweight jackets and sweaters. Cleaning out shoes and accessories like sunglasses and hats? We take those, too! Bringing in your closet cleanout could turn your past favorites into extra cash or trade to spend on new-to-you pieces. But that’s not all: if you come in to sell between now and March 17th, you can enter to win a $1,000 Buffalo Exchange gift card as part of our 45th Anniversary celebration!
Howdy, Nashville! If you’re still tidying up and cleaning house, why not clean out your closet for some extra cash? Buffalo Exchange Nashville wants your clothes! We’re currently buying the best of all seasons for men and women – we need jeans, dresses, short sleeve button-ups and sweaters. We’re also buying shoes and accessories! If you’re a collector of vintage, we’re stocking up for our 45th Anniversary Vintage Pop-up shop and we’re looking for vintage, Western and one-of-a-kind pieces. When you’re ready to shop, your closet cleanout could become cash or trade to spend on a new-to-you wardrobe that really sparks joy. We buy all day, every day and there’s no appointment needed to sell; we can’t wait to see you!
Hey New Mexico, Buffalo Exchange Albuquerque wants to buy your closet cleanout, especially menswear! We’re looking for all great men’s clothing, from jeans to tees, sweaters to boots and everything in-between. If you don’t have menswear but still want to bring in your cleanout we’re buying women’s clothing for all seasons, too! We love to see great staple pieces like blouses, denim and dresses, but don’t forget that we buy jewelry, shoes and vintage, too! Bringing in your past favorites could mean that you leave with cash or trade to spend on new-to-you treasures. Stop by today!
By Aarian, Buffalo Exchange HQ
Hello, Buffaloes! If you read my blog about how much I love plaid, you know that one of my favorite holidays is fast approaching: Thanksgiving! As a verified overthinker and certified procrastinator, I understand that coming up with a look for Halloween may have sent you into a tizzy and now you’re stressin’ about what to wear over the week of family reunions and friendsgivings ahead – fret not, because I am here to help. Naturally, as any secondhand fashionista would, I shopped at my neighborhood Buffalo Exchange and came up with five different Thanksgiving outfits that will work for almost any occasion. Couch surfing at your family’s home? Covered. Friendsgiving chic? Got it. Meeting you significant other’s ‘rents? Nailed it! Read ahead for tips and tricks to copy this Thanksgiving – it’s easy as pie!
Game On! Thanksgiving Outfits Made for Comfort
There’s nothing quite like going home for the holidays. If you’re staying with the ‘rents during the long weekend, it’s definitely tempting to traipse down the hall in the sweatpants you slept in for Thanksgiving dinner (no judgement – we’ve all been there). To combat the alluring draw of comfort-over-all, pair a velvet T-shirt dress with your favorite pair of sneakers and a fuzzy cardigan, topping off the look with a matching beret. With this outfit, you’ll look put-together for your family photos with all the comfort of being wrapped up burrito-style in bed.
If you’re like me, you’re the dramatic friend. You know, the one who visits once a year to regale everyone with tales of what it’s like to live in a moderately larger city with two large bags of luggage in tow (def more stuff than necessary for a four-day trip). For my fellow drama queens, this look is for you! After feasting with your family, fight the urge to take a nap and catch up with the hometown folks you didn’t see at dinner in an attention-grabbing leopard print romper and floral blazer! The pattern mixing works because of the neutral color palette and the leopard print totally hides the mashed potatoes you dribbled on yourself earlier. WIN-WIN!
Gather Around for Gathered Sleeves
Let’s be real: Thanksgiving dinner is really Thanksgiving lunch. If you’re one of the few people that can hold out until a proper dinner time, let’s say 6 o‘clock, then 1) I commend you and 2) This evening look is for you. Here, I layered a faux-corset that has contrast stitching over a hunter green T-shirt with gathered sleeves. I don’t know about you, but I’m still loving sleeve details with various ties, puffs and cuffs. A plaid accordion-pleat polishes off the look but leaves plenty of room for late-night seconds (or thirds). Definitely one of my favorite Thanksgiving outfits!
Hot Turkey Tamale
If you’re looking for one of those Thanksgiving outfits that’ll show your fellow dinner guests (many of whom you see just a few times a year) you’ve got it all figured out and WEREN’T totally thinking about sweatpants to dinner, a blazer and skirt combo is the way to go. Brown suede compliments the cheery holiday red top and the silver grommet fastening draws attention to your square-toed silver block heels. Who looks like they read the New York Times instead of just scrolling through Twitter? You do, girl!
Meet the Parents: Holiday Edition
Cuffing season is here! You made it through a summer of singledom, met someone special and now it’s time to meet their parents. As far as Thanksgiving outfits go, you’ll probably want to air on the side of caution and go with something classic (read: not a sequin jumpsuit). Make a great first impression in a vintage-inspired paisley dress with flutter sleeves and simple pumps. Compliment the high collar with your favorite good-luck charm necklace and top it off with a camel-colored beret. Whip up a side dish (or pick up a premade one – no judgement!) and you’ll be the best guest ever!
Feeling stuffed with inspiration for Thanksgiving outfits? If I can talk turkey with you, it’s time to run down to your local Buffalo Exchange and shop for your look! Whatever event you’ll be attending, I can guarantee that they’ve got just the thing you need. Thanks for reading and have a happy Thanksgiving!
By Aarian, Buffalo Exchange HQ
Winter is coming. If you find yourself at a loss over what to wear to combat the dropping temperatures and increasingly gray days, fret not: Buffalo Exchange is here to help! During a trip to Buffalo Exchange Tucson, I styled four different outfits perfect for beating the winter style blues. Read ahead to see the looks I came up with, along with styling tips for replicating them in your own wardrobe!
Lattice in Wonderland
For my first winter style look, I went with a timeless duo-chromatic color palette. I paired this gridded jumpsuit with a white turtleneck, topping the look off with the jacket du jour – a cropped trucker with contrast stitching. This jacket is the perfect layering piece because it provides warmth without bulk. To take my coordination to the next level, I finished the look with a mod-inspired handbag that has the same vertical split as the jumpsuit!
Hello, Seattle! If you’re living In the Emerald City with a closet full of clothing you don’t wear, sell some of your gems to Buffalo Exchange Seattle U-District! We’re currently in need of men’s sweaters, tees, and other wardrobe staples. As we approach winter, we’re also looking for cold-weather fashion for both men and women like coats and denim – but as always, we buy for all seasons year round! Your closet cleanout could earn you 30% back in cash or 50% back in trade. We’ll SEA you soon, Seattle!
By Aarian, Buffalo Exchange HQ
Nowadays, there’s no shortage of pants for women – we’ve got skinny legs and wide legs, pleats and palazzos, cargo and disco – the list goes on and on! However, one of the most undersung styles is the capri. Also known as pedal pushers, these cropped pants are one of the many trends from the early 2000s making a major comeback this year. For everyone out there who may be hesitant to try this trend, we’ve got a few different ways to style capri pants!
Cargo and Capri Pants: A Love Story
For a sporty daytime look, we styled these khaki cargo capri pants (cargo is another trend to look out for this season!) with a printed crop top and illustrated coach’s jacket. Finish the outfit off with a pair of velvet loafers in a matching shade of royal blue for a look that’s casual but still perfectly put together.
That’s a Wrap: Tie Waists
If you’re new to mixing patterns, we suggest matching your main pieces with the same color – here, we mixed a striped pair of mustard and hunter green tie-waist capri pants with a polka-dotted wrap blouse in the same hunter green. Become a pattern mixing pro by topping off with a subtle snakeprint mule!
Power Clashing Capri Pants
Are you ready to take your capri pants to the next level? Plaid pants with a ruffled hem will do the trick! Go bold with an abstract cheetah print blouse and tortoise shell flats – the key is to keep your colors neutral and accessories minimal. This look isn’t busy – it means business!
Turn Up The Volume!
Capri pants come in all different shapes and drama is the name of the game with these culottes! A wide leg, simple pleat and rich cranberry color are exactly what you need for a fantastic cool-weather look. A long sleeve striped blouse with a smocked waist plays up the volume of the pant and a cheetah print ankle bootie balances the whole look.
Capri It Simple
Rounding out our capri countdown, we have a pair of cropped blue jeans! These jeans are sure to replace your go-to cuffed jeans, with an exciting asymmetrical fringed hemline. For a pop of color, a ‘70s botanical blouse pairs perfectly with maroon loafers and a timeless navy blazer.
As you can see, capri pants are an excellent option for staying stylish through the occasionally unpredictable temperatures of autumn when paired with smart layers and trendy footwear. Feeling inspired? Recreate these looks and find everything else you need for your fall wardrobe at your local Buffalo Exchange!