Houstonia recommended Buffalo Exchange Houston in an article titled, “5 Vintage Shops to Hit for Halloween” on October 21, 2016.
“…Buffalo Exchange offers an impressive stock of eclectic clothing and accessories. For those who would rather make their costumes at home but are looking for complimentary shoes or headwear, peruse the shelves for Houston’s funkiest resale items…” by Alex Meyer
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
The Warner Cable News mentioned Buffalo Exchange in an article titled, “Top 5 ACL Fest Fashion Trends to Try On for Size” on September 29, 2016.
“…Stef Manisero, Meghan Gonzalez and Sarah Wolfgram stopped into Austin's Buffalo Exchangeto find out what's fashionable and what kind of things you'll see at Zilker Park this year. We spoke with store manager Lori and some of the shoppers for ideas on what's cute, cool and comfortable…” by Sarah Wolfgram
AXS recommended heading to Buffalo Exchange Charlotte for a variety of Halloween costumes at a great prices in their article "Best Places to Buy Halloween Costumes in Charlotte 2016," on September 29, 2016.
“What better way to spend an afternoon Halloween shopping than to visit the Buffalo Exchange, a store that sells new and recycled clothing and accessories. The Buffalo Exchange would make for a great spot to get that hard-to-find Halloween costume or finish off your costume with some awesome retro accessories…” by Kareem Gantt
MSN Life mentioned Buffalo Exchange in “Bohemian life in Williamsburg” on August 15, 2016: “…To dress like a true New Yorker must pass through Buffalo Exchange, a popular clothing store vintage where unique garments for men and women are. …”
AZ CPA featured Buffalo Exchange business manager Kathryn Riser in “Love of Vintage Clothes Leads to Dream Job for CPA” in the July/August 2016 issue: “… Riser has been collecting vintage clothing for 25 years. … she collects primarily vintage western items. ‘I like the flashy stuff like Dale Evans would have worn.’ … Riser’s responsibilities as business manager include the supervision and project management of the accounting and IT departments, as well as front office administrative services, and she is a member of the board of directors. … ‘IT is a big part of the business here at Buffalo Exchange, and this is the most sophisticated IT department I’ve ever worked with.’ … One of the best parts of her job is when she attends the semi-annual store managers meetings … ‘It is always so inspiring to see the fashions that store managers wear,’ says Riser.”
Daily Journal recommended Buffalo Exchange in “7 shop stops in Wicker Park” on June 15, 2016: “…for a fashionista on a budget, Buffalo Exchange features designer brands at extremely affordable prices. They also have some cool programs to give back, too. …”
Paper Blog featured Buffalo Exchange in “Portland Thrift Shops: The 5 Most ‘Worth It’” in June 2016: “…Buffalo Exchange has the most “I’d wear that” clothes and shoes. … My favorite Buffalo outing involves selling a small pile of old clothes I don’t want, taking the in-store credit and walking out with a whole new outfit: it’s ethical clothing recycling at its finest. …”
Who’s Who in Business featured Buffalo Exchange founder Kerstin Block in “Resale Fashion Pioneer” in June 2016: “…Today resale fashionistas buy, sell and trade secondhand clothing at five Buffalo Exchange outposts in Arizona … For more than four decades, success has hinged on hiring the right people. ‘We’re always looking for the diamond in the rough,’ Block says. ‘We look for people who have the ability to look at clothing and ascertain if this is something we can sell in the store or not.’… Employees are empowered to curate their store’s inventory … The recipient of a number of entrepreneurship awards, Block draws inspiration and business lessons from many different quarters.”
The Hoya mentioned Buffalo Exchange in “A Day in DC Without Breaking the Bank” on May 20, 2016: “…If you’re looking to update your wardrobe but can’t afford a hefty price tag, explore the best of D.C.’s vintage and thrift stores. … head to Buffalo Exchange … for a mix of low- and high-end garments at reasonable prices. …”
Parachute recommended Buffalo Exchange in “Top Five Favorite Thrift Stores in Minneapolis” on May 15, 2016: “Thrifting is the best. You can find real gems without spending a lot of money if you're willing to look. … Here are my favorite places in the Minneapolis area! … Buffalo Exchange is the place to go for 90s crop tops or alternatively all the flannel your heart desires. …”
About Travel recommended Buffalo Exchange in “North America's Best Gay-Friendly Bargain Cities” on May 1, 2016: “North America's best bargain cities for gay travelers … Set amid the spectacular saguaro-cactus-studded desert of southern Arizona, friendly and approachable Tucson … the flagship locale of the famed vintage-clothier Buffalo Exchange …”
Women’s Wear Daily mentioned Buffalo Exchange in an interview “Hannah Elless Quick Takes: Vintage Hermès, ‘Father of the Bride,’ and Allison Krauss” on April 28, 2016: “… currently starring on Broadway in the Steve Martin-penned bluegrass musical “Bright Star,” … Here, the Michigan native talks vintage finds, her favorite bluegrass, and her most “New York” moment. … Favorite place to vintage shop in New York: … If I’m on a budget? The Buffalo Exchange in Chelsea. I just found a pair of Hermès heels there that I love. …”
CU Denver Sentry featured Buffalo Exchange in “Broadway’s Thriftiest Store” on April 27, 2016: “… Buffalo Exchange is one of Denver’s trendiest thrift stores; it resells modern clothing brands, provides the customer with a unique experience, and all for a low price … it has a better selection of modern and vintage clothes, which surpass the quality expected from second-hand clothing. With a bubbly atmosphere, a groovy aesthetic, and a vogue vision for second-hand clothing, Buffalo Exchange is by far the thriftiest store in Denver.
Keiko Lynn mentioned Buffalo Exchange in “Tips for Cleaning Out Your Closet” on April 22, 2016: “…Personally, this is what works for me, when deciding what to get rid of and what to hold onto … Drop them off at a buy/sell/exchange store …Buffalo Exchange … and let them sort through and take what they want … they’ll usually give you cash or a larger amount in store credit.
USA Today mentioned Buffalo Exchange in “Cash out as you clean up your closet” on April 13, 2016: “…with spring-cleaning season in full swing, declutterers everywhere can cash in, too. All that stuff that no longer brings you joy can bring you bucks instead. … sell your clothes via brick-and-mortar stores … Buffalo Exchange …”
Westword featured Buffalo Exchange in “The Ten Best Stores on Broadway” on April 7, 2016: “Buffalo Exchange is a hipster haven. Whether you’re in search of a vintage T-shirt to complete your already-overflowing collection … this spot is a must-stop on Broadway…”
Earth911 listed Buffalo Exchange in “Get Money For Recycling” in April 2016: “…Many secondhand or consignment shops will buy your used clothing and furniture. Stores like Buffalo Exchange, which has locations across the country, will give you cash or store credit to use toward the latest new-to-you outfit. …”
The Daily Emerald recommended Buffalo Exchange in “Start off spring cleaning in your closet” on March 30, 2016: “This is one of the more popular consignment stores in Eugene for college students. Buffalo Exchange is known for having a supply of clothes and accessories that are trendy and sometimes off-the-wall in an attempt to offer an eye-catching look. …“We are always looking for current styles and vintage pieces. We also buy Halloween and Christmas sweaters year-round,” said Janelle Dervin, store manager. …”
Bustle recommended Buffalo Exchange in “What To Wear To A Spring Wedding If You Want To Look Cute Without Spending A Ton” on March 23, 2016: “…Whether your friend's shindig is formal or casual, you're gonna look and feel great with #MoneyInTheBank! …to take a moment to shout-out to the glorious place that is your local thrift store. If you're a thrifting newbie, I'd recommend trying … Buffalo Exchange … I've always had incredible luck digging through these places when I need to find something to wear for a specific occasion, but don't want to spend a ton of money. …”
TimeOut Chicago mentioned Buffalo Exchange in “Chicago's best thrift stores for secondhand and resale shopping” on March 18, 2016: “Thrift stores in Chicago are true treasure troves, where you can find secondhand clothes… The thrill of the hunt keeps the best thrift stores thriving... Buffalo Exchange Wicker Park…this consignment chain buys, sells and trades its inventory directly with customers. Look for a mix of designer-label and vintage clothing, shoes and accessories, all handpicked by Buffalo Exchange’s stylish staff and priced much lower than retail cost. …”
Her Campus Suffolk listed Buffalo Exchange in “Staying Home for Spring Break” on March 9, 2016: “…So if you’re not one of the lucky ones flying out to Miami or cruising to the Bahamas, read on to get some ideas of how to still make your break amazing! … Get organized. This one might not sound as fun but it’ll be worth it to take some time during your week off to do some spring cleaning. … make money off clothes, shoes and accessories you no longer want. You can also bring these things to … Buffalo Exchange in Allston. …”
DCist listed Buffalo Exchange in “The Best Thrift And Consignment Stores In The D.C. Area” on February 12, 2016: “…The buyers have a good eye for what will sell…I am most consistently delighted with the handful of vintage finds they have at any given time. They are significantly less expensive than at dedicated vintage stores, to the point that I've bought multiple things that didn't quite fit, had them altered, and still considered it a deal. …”
Lune Travel Blog mentioned Buffalo Exchange in “Vintage Shopping Experience at Haight-Ashbury” on February 4, 2016: “…If you're concerned about finding the best spots, don't worry. The street is lined with them, calling out to you with cool signage and well stocked window displays. Consignment shops such as Buffalo Exchange…offer up great deals if you have enough time to dig around. It's a vintage shoppers dream! ...”
Her Campus UIC listed Buffalo Exchange in “7 Best Thrift Stores in Chicago" on February 2, 2016: “…Located in the wonderful neighborhood of Wicker Park, Buffalo Exchange is definitely one of the more up to date thrift stores. They carry things that are currently trending in fashion and are in great shape. Prices can vary depending on the item but there are so many options, there is a deal awaiting you in the racks. …”
DFW Style Daily featured Buffalo Exchange in “Got Furs? Donate Now to the 10th Annual Buffalo Exchange Coats For Cubs Fur Drive” on February 2, 2016: “…Divesting of old winter wearables before warmer weather arrives? The Buffalo Exchange Coats For Cubs fur drive could be just the ticket. … A project of Buffalo Exchange … In keeping with the popular resale chain’s commitment to environmentally friendly practices, this annual effort provides wildlife rehabilitation centers with used furs to be repurposed as comforting natural bedding for injured and orphaned animals. … Sounds like a fine finale for old furs, indeed. …”
Willamette Week mentioned Buffalo Exchange in “Portland’s Biggest Sneaker Event Is This Weekend” on January 28, 2016: “…With Nike and Adidas in our backyard there isn't much that we haven't seen and we'll be sure to let you know that. It makes them that much harder to impress. They [Portland sneakerheads] also carry a much bigger passion for thrifting than anywhere else. You never know what you're going to find out here. The rarest stuff I see often comes from…Buffalo Exchange. …”
The Odyssey Online mentioned Buffalo Exchange in “Shopping For Mardi Gras On A Broke College Student Budget” on January 25, 2016:“…If you’re an Uptown college student looking to go all out this year without breaking the bank, this guide is for you. …Super convenient and super affordable, Buffalo Exchange should be one of the first stops on your festival season shopping spree. They have a whole rack full of neon items, sequined apparel and crazy costumes that are perfect for a parade in the French Quarter. You can also trade in or sell outfits from previous years, making Buffalo Exchange an even more fiscally responsible choice. …”
LA Racked mentioned Buffalo Exchange in “Beauty Expert Lynette Cenee Is a Boho Super-Babe” on October 30, 2015: “…I take after my mom in being a total thrift store junkie, she taught me well! Being from Tucson, Arizona where the first Buffalo Exchange opened, it's an easy answer for me to say that hands down its one of my favorite go-to places to shop. I've been roaming their racks for vintage tees and unique pieces to add to my closet since I can remember. …”
Houstonia Mag mentioned Buffalo Exchange in “5 Houston Stores to Haunt for Your Halloween Costume” on October 19, 2015: “…At one point or another, we have probably all walked into a Buffalo Exchange store. It’s great place to not only pick up seasonal items, but to resell some of your own pieces and keep your wardrobe festival fresh. …”
Her Campus recommended Buffalo Exchange in “8 (Non-Sketchy) Ways to Sell Your Stuff” on October 16, 2015: “…we’re here to fill you in on some other ways to sell your things, as recommended by deal-seeking collegiettes like you! …Take your gently used current and vintage styles to Buffalo Exchange…they do ask for quality clothing and accessories in great shape. …you can make a great sale... Hannah Rupp, thrifter and fashion blogger … “You get to talk to a real person, know where your stuff is going, and, in most cases, you get payout on the spot,” Rupp says. “It’s a great option for someone who doesn’t have time to wait around on the Internet!”
Marie Claire mentions Buffalo Exchange in “What to Do With All Your Old Clothes” on October 13, 2015: “…Buffalo Exchange…will probably be your jam. Just grab your stuff, head to the nearest location, and an employee will sort your stuff and give you a pay-out pricing—which you can take or leave. Pro tip: Make sure to call to see what items they're currently accepting or looking for…”