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Not Your Average Thrift Store: The History of Buffalo Exchange Featured Story

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By Jessica Pruitt

In 1974, when Kerstin Block first had the idea for a different sort of secondhand shop, she never expected it to grow into what it is today – she just followed her love of thrift store shopping. “I came upon the idea that there must be other people who are equally addicted to this kind of shopping, but who didn’t want to sort through as much stuff.” Enter a whole new business model – a resale shop where customers could buy hand-picked treasures in one place and also sell their clothes for cash or trade on-the-spot.

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From Thrift Store to Resale Boutique: The First Buffalo Exchange

At the time, Kerstin had recently been fired from a job at a local furniture shop. When she mentioned that she’d like to try opening her own business, her husband Spencer was all for it. To start, they rented out a small 400 square foot spot in Tucson, AZ and filled the store with pieces from Kerstin’s own closet. They also asked friends to bring things in. Soon enough, they had a bustling business buying, selling and trading the likes of denim skirts handmade by Kerstin, Hawaiian shirts and Kork-Ease sandals, drawing in lots of students from the University of Arizona. Their most common price? $3.50.

Not Your Average Thrift Store - History of Buffalo Exchange - Kerstin holding clothing

Originally from Sweden, Kerstin chose “Buffalo” because she liked the way it evoked the American West. Spencer contributed the “Exchange” half of the name since that’s precisely what they would be doing – opening up a shop where you could exchange your clothing for cash or trade on-the-spot, an uncommon model at the time. And just like that, they ran the business together, doing everything themselves. Kerstin was the face of the store, running the register and doing all the buying. Spencer worked behind the scenes, creating clothing racks out of water pipes and handling the accounting.

Resale wasn’t very popular at the time, but they knew there would always be people who wanted to find something cute for a good deal: they just didn’t necessarily want to dig through so many pieces in a thrift store setting. “We made it look like a little boutique,” says Kerstin. They handpicked each item based on what their customers were interested in buying and displayed them in a fun, easy-to-shop space.

Not Your Average Thrift Store - History of Buffalo Exchange - Spencer and Kerstin inside store 1977

Charting New Territory

Kerstin and Spencer didn’t know much about business, but they weren’t afraid to venture into uncharted territory. Par for the course for Kerstin, who struck out on her own at the age of 18, taking a boat over from Sweden to study at the University of Arizona. What they initially lacked in business knowledge, they made up for in strong values. “We built our business on a lot of principles,” she says, “such as respecting people and treating everybody fairly and listening to people. Those are our tenets in business.”

Not Your Average Thrift Store - History of Buffalo Exchange - Staff in front of store mid 70s

As they opened more locations – a store here and a store there – those tenets only grew. They knew how important it was to be honest and the value of people – both employees and customers alike. After all, they relied on their customers to bring in clothing and they relied on their employees to build a diverse inventory. To do this, they valued individuality and embraced the things that make each person unique. They empowered people, taking into consideration what they wanted out of the job and teaching them how the business works.

Perhaps it’s these tenets (not to mention a true passion for clothing) that have kept the business going strong for 45 years and counting. Today, Buffalo Exchange is still owned and operated out of Tucson, AZ by Kerstin and her daughter, Vice President Rebecca Block. Kerstin still oversees the daily operations of the business. “What I’m most proud of is how much we’ve been able to empower people – especially women,” she says. “That and the clothes. It’s always been about the clothes.” Now, that love for fashion has spread to around 50 stores – and growing all the time. Visit BuffaloExchange.com/Locations to find one near you!

 

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Stepping into Fall Men’s Fashion Trends in 2021

Fall Menswear

Do you feel a breath of cool air? Or see the leaves changing out their lively green colors for amber or red? Fall is officially here! Time to pull out the pumpkin spice and scented candles, but more importantly, time to pull out your fall men’s fashion. If you went stir crazy and bought too many 5-inch seam shorts and oversized tees this summer, not to worry. Buffalo Exchange buys the best of all seasons year-round, so make an appointment to sell and trade up for new fall essentials – from trench coats to plaid to mini-bags!

Men wearing a yellow polo tee

Buffalo Exchange Philadelphia

The Timeless Polo

Not only is a short-sleeve polo good for both casual and formal events, it has some utility to it, making it a men’s fashion favorite. Pair it with a denim jacket or a simple pull over for chilly outdoor events, or just wear your snazzy polo on its own. The most common polo will have a quarter button up — play around with that to make the style more unique to you.

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one man wearing a graphic tee and shots next to another man wearing a plaid shirt and shorts

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Add Some Pizzazz with a Little Plaid

Plaids are your bestie this fall. Lumberjack, but make it fashion! Use it wisely, though: plaid is best paired with solid or basic pieces. Often used as a layering piece or stand-alone top, this fall men’s fashion trend is not one you want to miss! 

Men wearing a plaid sweater vest and brim hat

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The Vest Is Yet to Come

Geometric vests are an easy way to take your fall fit to the next level. We love this one since it pairs well with the jeans and long-sleeve shirts you probably already  have in your closet. This is a great piece if you are looking to ease yourself into more creative layering.

Flat lay of earth tone clothing

Buffalo Exchange Portland (Hawthorne)

Be One with the Earth (Tones)

Nothing says fall like muted hues and earth tones. The best part is how easy these pieces are to coordinate. Build a fall wardrobe of earth tones and, no matter what you pull out of your closet, it’s bound to go together!

Man wearing a fall outfit accessorizing with a hat and a mini bag

Buffalo Exchange New York (Astoria)

Pull Your Fall Men’s Fashion Together With A Mini-bag Or Statement Hat

There is nothing small about the impact a mini-bag will have on your fall outfit. Throw in a statement hat and you have the full fall look! What’s nice about these two are the options available to you – wear your bag over the shoulder or as a backpack.

Whether you’re revamping your closet or adding a few new fall men’s fashion favorites, get started by trading in for some of these essentials. A timeless polo can pair very well with some complimentary plaid. Or maybe throw on a statement hat before to pull your fall look together. If you’re cleaning out your closet for the new seasons, even better! Book an appointment to sell and bring in your past favorites for 25% back in cash or 50% in trade to put towards your updated looks.

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Halloween-Inspired Outfit Ideas

Three photos featuring Halloween inspired outfits

If you’re like me, then your Halloween celebrations start sometime in August. Yes, I’ve already decorated my home from floor to ceiling in bats and skeletons, so now it’s time to add a head-to-toe touch of the spooky season into my closet. Celebrate 31 days of Halloween (or more!) with these spooky style tips!

When In Doubt, Go Goth

Whether you’re more into classic midnight, dark black, eggshell black, mud black, black ice, Pirates of the Caribbean Curse of the Black Pearl black or Blackbeard the Pirate black, there’s a shade for you. But seriously. Go monochrome and mix in different textures like leather, mesh, suede and lace! 

All black outfit

Buffalo Exchange San Diego (Hillcrest)

All black outfit

Buffalo Exchange San Diego (Hillcrest)

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Wickedly Good Costumes for the Best Halloween Yet!

Something wickedly cool this way comes — Buffalo Exchange is getting into the Halloween spirit with our Costume of the Day series! From now until Halloween, we’ll be posting thrilling, chilling and creative costumes daily to inspire your Halloween look. Whether you’re planning on staying in with your boo or hitting the town with your best ghoul-friends, we’ve got a screaming good selection of costumes for your Halloween hangs. We add new costumes everyday, so check back in for some spooky style inspiration!

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Meet Caelyn, Store Manager, Fashion Aficionado & Master Pattern Mixer

Caelyn wearing 3 different Outfits

A Phoenix native, Caelyn has been in love with fashion for as long as she can remember. As a little kid, she recalls, she was always very expressive with what she wore and very insistent upon choosing her outfit – even if it didn’t match. From the age of 4 or 5, she’d go to thrift stores with her mom every week. Early on, she developed a knack for finding unique things with bright colors and patterns and figuring out how to put them together. She loved seeing what other people were wearing, but her ultimate goal? To do something different than the norm. It’s little surprise that, to this day, her favorite hobby is shopping. “I just love to shop,” she says, whether it’s online, the mall or little random places. 

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4 Tips for Selling Clothes From a Buffalo Exchange Buyer

In my tenure as a Buffalo Exchange employee, I’ve spent many hours behind the buy counter, and I’ve seen it all: the good, the not-as-good and the totally unexpected. To those new to the world of resale fashion, the process of selling at Buffalo can feel shrouded in mystery. But fear not: here are my tips on how to get the most out of your closet cleanout and have the most successful selling trip!  

In case you’re in a hurry, here’s the TLDR for selling clothes at Buffalo: 

  • Launder your items first & check for spots, rips, missing buttons, broken zippers, etc
  • Bring in a variety of items (t-shirts, sweaters, shorts, jackets, pants, dresses — you name it!)
  • Get familiar with your store and ask your Buyer what they’re looking for 
  • Take the trade!

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Coming Clean: Before Selling Clothes, Throw Them In the Laundry!

Even with the coolest, most stylish clothing, Buffalo can’t buy anything with spots, tears, rips or broken zippers — unless, of course, it’s purposely distressed denim or a vintage tee so amazing that a little spot doesn’t matter. As you sort your laundry, take a look to make sure everything you plan on selling is in the best possible condition. A little detergent (or even dish soap, if you’ve got a grease stain!) will go a long way in keeping your clothes from the dreaded “give back” stack. If needed, try your hand at mending any small rips or reattaching loose buttons. The same goes for shoes and accessories: do a double take for any loose or chipped heels, lifting soles, excessive wear or dirt. If you can clean it up, awesome. If it seems a little too worn, you may want to plan to donate it to your favorite local non-profit.

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Meet Felix: Fashion Icon, Shoe Collector & Cashier at Buffalo Outlet San Antonio

 

Originally hailing from Mexico, Felix moved to the U.S. over 20 years ago. He tried his hand at a variety of different career paths – from restaurants and hotels to massage therapy – but he never found a job he loved until he started working at the Buffalo Outlet. The story goes a little something like this – one day, Felix was shopping for some great deals at the Buffalo Outlet and he was asked to apply. “Ding, ding, ding,” he says. “I got lucky.” Four years later and he still loves going to work every day. “Working here is like my favorite place,” he says. “When I’m here, I’m so happy.”

Beyond working with an amazing team, Felix’s favorite part of the job is helping regulars shop the store. For many of them, he knows their style super well. “When you’re tagging and see a nice piece for a customer that comes in regularly,” he says, “their face is priceless. You see how much they love it.” 

Felix loves watching movies, listening to pop music – Madonna, Cher, Adele, Lady Gaga and Miley Cyrus, to name a few – and, of course, styling up a storm. He has loved fashion all his life. He grew up with sisters and loved helping his grandmother copy popular styles for them with her sewing machine. These days, Felix takes style inspiration from pretty much everywhere – TV, magazines, coworkers – and loves to try out all kinds of different trends. “It all depends how I feel in the morning,” he says. “I have a lot of stuff. I’m country some days, rocker other days. I like to mix it up.” Since recently downsizing his house, this is more true than ever. His current strategy? Every couple weeks, he takes a few random boxes out of storage and, whatever’s in them, that’s what he’s wearing! 

To get dressed each morning, Felix starts by picking a pair of shoes and building the outfit from there. Go figure that his current shoe collection clocks in around 300 pairs – from sneakers to boots to Louis Vuitton and Gucci. “Shoes are always there for you,” he says. “It doesn’t matter how big or thin you get.” Ultimately, Felix goes for looks that are unexpected and that make him feel special. “Life is so short,” he says, “and in the morning, you have an opportunity to reinvent yourself. If you bought a dress you like and you don’t have the courage to wear it, just go for it. Life is fun. It doesn’t have to be boring.”

Want a job where you can dress creatively and put your styling skills to work for customers? Stop into your local Buffalo or apply online and start your career in fashion!

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Fangtastic Halloween Costume Ideas for 2021

Costume Ideas

If, like us, you believe that Halloween is the most spooktacular time of the year, then we know you’ve already been planning out your costumes since June. But just in case you need a little extra inspo, here are the costumes that, for us, are love at first bite. Whether you’re staying in for a horror movie marathon or taking to the town, these ideas are sure to give all your friends pumpkin to talk about!

Blockbuster Costumes

Cruella De Vil and 101 Dalmatians costume, costumes for Halloween 2020

Put together a fabulous Cruella De Vil or adorable spotted dalmatian costume and you’ll be giving all your friends 101 reasons to love your look this Halloween.

Wizard of Oz Group Costume, Glenda the Good WItch, Tin Man, Scarecrow, Cowardly Lion, Dorothy, Costumes for Halloween 2020

Close your eyes, click your heels and say it three times…there’s no place like a scream-worthy group costume! Follow the yellow brick road to a wonderfully Wizard of Oz costume with four of your best pals.

DC Villains, Halloween Costumes, Buffalo Exchange, Long Beach

Are you up to no good? Live up to your favorite super villain with a heel to match! 

Buffalo Exchange Brooklyn (Boerum Hill), Joker Halloween Costume

All jokes aside, put a smile on your face and hit the town! 

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6 Non-Profits You Can Support by Shopping at Buffalo Exchange

6 Non-Profits You Can Support by Shopping at Buffalo Exchange

 

Every six months, we support new local non-profits through our Tokens for Bags® program. Instead of giving out bags, we give customers the opportunity to donate five cents (the cost of the bag) to one of four local non-profits each time they shop. Since starting this program in 1994, we’ve raised over 803,000 for thousands of local organizations and kept over 16 million single-use plastic bags out of the environment. Read on for a sampling of some of the heartwarming orgs you can support right now!

Elephant Sanctuary in Tennessee

The Elephant Sanctuary in Tennessee

When you shop at Buffalo Exchange Nashville, you can support The Elephant Sanctuary. This non-profit provides captive elephants with individualized care, the companionship of a herd & the opportunity to live out their lives in a safe haven dedicated to their well-being.

Love a bulldog

Love-A-Bull in Austin

Love-A-Bull promotes responsible guardianship & improves the image & lives of pit bull-type dogs through community support, education, advocacy & rescue. You can support these adorable pit-bulls just by shopping at Buffalo Exchange Austin!

Artreach San Diego

Artreach in San Diego

Artreach provides free visual arts residencies & mural programs in schools throughout San Diego County regardless of zip code or socioeconomic status so that kids can participate in uplifting murals like these. You can help out this awesome program when you shop at Buffalo Exchange San Diego (Pacific Beach). Just drop a token in their box!

Lessons for Life

Lessons For Life in Richmond

Do you love setting young adults up for success? Then give back to Lessons for Life when you shop at Buffalo Exchange Richmond! Lessons For Life provides high school students guidance with financial literacy, occupational opportunities, life skills, college tours and workforce etiquette.

Berkeley Humane

Berkeley Humane in San Francisco

These adorable furry faces need your help! And it’s easy to do when you shop at Buffalo Exchange San Francisco (Mission). Berkeley Humane provides life-saving programs for cats and dogs, cultivates compassion and strengthens the human-animal bond. Drop a token in their box next time you stop into the store!

Deeds not Words

Deeds Not Words

Deeds Not Words galvanizes the power of young women to advance gender equity through organizing, policy-making, art and voting. Show your support next time you shop at Buffalo Exchange Austin!

With Tokens for Bags®, not only can you support fantastic local non-profits in your community, but you also help out the environment by skipping the single-use plastic bag. If you do need a bag, Buffalo Exchange sells cute  reusable totes made of 70% recycled plastic bottles. What are you waiting for? Stop into your local Buffalo to support a wide variety of great local organizations!

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10 Things You Need to Go Back to School in Style!

10 Trends for Back to School 2021 - Blog Header with photos of 7 Back to School style photos

After a year-long hiatus, back to school season is, well, back! To make up for the time we all spent behind screens instead of showing off outfits IRL, you’re probably searching the web for stylish pieces to up your fall-semester fashion game. Look no further than Buffalo Exchange! To expedite your back to school shopping, we’ve compiled a list of must-have trends. Scroll through for a crash course in the pieces you’ll need in your closet this fall. 

Bright Sweaters

Make yourself stand out from the crowd (and make it easier for your friends to spot you in the library!) in colorful pullovers.

Bright green Ralph Lauren sweater

Two sweaters are shown. One is a vintage yellow 'Peanuts Charlie Brown' and the other is bright orange cable knit.

Colorful sweaters with intarsia stitching that reads "BRUTAL" and "DREAM"

Sweater Vests

Speaking of sweaters, their sleeveless cousins are so nice, we had to write about them twice. Wear them alone with your favorite pair of bermuda shorts while the weather’s still warm and then layer up with a long-sleeve tee or button up and jeans as the temps begin to cool.

Argyle sweater vest styled with turtleneck underneath and a pleated skirt Sweater vest styled with t-shirt underneath, trackpants and beanie. Plaid pleated skirt styled with cropped green t-shirt and bucket hat Argyle sweater vest styled with navy blue shorts and black sneakers

Vintage Tees 

Nothing says “effortlessly cool” like a vintage band or pop-culture tee. Get the conversation started with your new classmates in a unique T-shirt. When they ask where you found it, you can say “Buffalo Exchange!”

Vintage graphic tee styled with bright blue cargo pants Vintage Nirvana 'Heart Shaped Box' orchid t shirt Jimi Hendrix t shirt

Jumpsuits and Overalls

Nothing says “running late to class” like a chic one piece — dress it up or down depending on the day’s itinerary!

Carhartt tan overalls with plaid button down shirt Silk navy blue jumpsuit with silver star embroidery Denim overalls styled with white t-shirts and sneakers

Printed Pants

Who says that “going-out” tops get to have all the fun? Bring the party with fun patterned and printed pants.

Brown checkered pants styled with cropped brown polo green and beige swirl-patterned pants styled with mesh top and platform sneakers primary color palette jumpsuit and checkered pants

Pleated Skirts

This preppy trend is surprisingly versatile. Play it cool with a solid color or go all out with a punk-inspired take on traditional plaid!

lavender pleated skirt white pleated skirt styled with green paisley blouse Orange pleated skirt and vinyl moto jacket Plaid skirts styled with vintage Harley Davidson t-shirts

Midi Dresses

Hemlines rise and fall, but the midi dress is forever (and they’re just as easy to wear as those jumpsuits and overalls we mentioned earlier!)

Leopard print midi dress styled over jeans and mules Floral midi dress House of Sunny green dress styled with white Buffalo London platform sneakers

Denim

No back to school list is complete without denim! We’ve seen an explosion of denim trends this year, from the return of low rise to a rekindled love of 90s flares. Experiment with different cuts and washes to find your signature style!

bleached denim paired with platform sneakers and cropped tank top Classic jeans paired with plain white t-shirt and brown chelsea boots Loose-fit denim styled with oversized layered t-shirts

Cool Sneakers 

When your lecture starts in 10 minutes and you’re all the way across campus, comfy sneakers in current silhouettes and colorways will go the distance all semester long.

Gucci sneakers styled with olive cargo pants and camo jacket Silver Golf Le Fleur x Converse sneakers Samurai Rising Vans slip-on sneakers Two pairs of converse Run Star Hike platform Sneakers

Platform Boots

If you haven’t already, consider these a closet staple. Platform boots work with pretty much everything, and they’re perfect for elevating even the most casual looks!

Black platform boots and loafers styled with 90s grunge-inspired pieces Platform white and black boots styled with red polka dot dress (left) and yellow skirt with plaid shirt (right) Taupe platform Jeffrey Campbell boots

Ready to press ‘purchase’ on that online shopping wishlist? Not so fast: instead of overspending online for pieces you’re not sure you’ll love, shop sustainably at Buffalo Exchange! As a secondhand shop, you can find the same styles you’re drawn to online at Buffalo without withdrawing your entire savings account — that’s better for your wallet and the environment. Plus, Buffalo Exchange has Student Discount Day on August 28th, where you can get 10% off of your entire purchase when you show your student ID! 

Need another reason to shop at Buffalo Exchange? Now through September 30th, sell your closet cleanout for your chance to win a $100 Buffalo Exchange gift card. Look at you, being such a savvy college student — your parents would be so proud!

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5 Fall 2021 Trends We Can’t Wait to Wear

5 Fall 2021 Trends We Can’t Wait to Wear

Fall is almost here! We’re looking forward to cooler weather, light jackets, pumpkin spice and everything else that comes with the season — including the newest upcoming trends! Since our sartorial adventures were put on hold last year, we can expect to see some big changes in style. We’re switching out neutrals for pops of color, relaxed leisurewear for elevated wide legged and slouchy pants and throwing it back to the early 2000s (we did have a lot of fun back then!).

Here are 5 fall 2021 trends that we can’t wait to wear this season. Some styles have been simmering for a few months, waiting for their time to shine, and some are fresh off the fashion presses! 

Super Saturated Color

It’s time to set aside all the neutral colors and refresh your closet with bright greens, punchy pinks and bold blues. Whether you’re looking for an accent piece or full-on monochromatic dressing, there’s a color-rich style for you!

Bright green blazer

Buffalo Exchange NoHo

cerulean blue outfits

Buffalo Exchange San Diego (Pacific Beach)

yellow two piece suit

Buffalo Exchange East Village 

Orange blouse

Buffalo Exchange Fullerton

The Return of Y2K

The era everybody is talking about! Some key pieces that are coming back: small handbags, logos, mesh tops, mini skirts, fun prints and flared pants. If you are looking for inspo, make sure to check out looks from celebrities like Paris Hilton, Britney Spears, The Spice Girls and Hillary Duff!

 

 

Spice girl inspired outfits

 Buffalo Exchange San Diego (Pacific Beach)

Y2K outfit

Buffalo Exchange Chicago (Andersonville)

cropped tank top and checkered flare pants

Buffalo Exchange San Diego (Pacific Beach)

Ultra-Relaxed Denim and Pants

We can’t talk about Y2K without mentioning its predecessor, the early and mid 1990s! When it comes to fall 2021 trends, super wide, ultra-relaxed bottoms are back in a major way. Work them into your wardrobe with casual denim, crisp khakis or fun printed party pants! 

Wide leg trousers and tees

Buffalo Exchange Portland (Hawthorne)

high waist wide leg pants

Buffalo Exchange Chicago (Wicker Park)

Red wide leg pants and crop top

Buffalo Exchange San Diego (Hillcrest)

wide leg cargo pants

Buffalo Exchange Sherman Oaks

Sweater Vests

While we’ve been seeing them for a season or two, we weren’t sure if this was a passing fad or a lasting trend. Now, we know that sweater vests have true style stamina! Try them out to smoothly transition your summer outfits to suit chilly fall days.

Green sweater vest set

Buffalo Exchange Houston

sweater vests and jeans

Buffalo Exchange Kansas City 

layering sweater vests

Buffalo Exchange Seattle (Ballard)

variety of sweater vests

Buffalo Exchange Kansas City

Apres Ski 

While we’re still a few months away from hitting the slopes, you can dress like you just jumped off the lift with ski suits and puffer jackets in retro color palettes like 80s pastels and primary color blocking! This fall 2021 trend is guaranteed to keep you warm and cozy. 

color block jacket and retro ski gear

Buffalo Exchange Chicago (Wicker Park)

vintage yellow ski jumpsuit

Buffalo Exchange Eugene

Pink snow jumpsuit and platform boots

Buffalo Exchange Sherman Oaks

Red winter jumpsuit and black sneakers

Buffalo Exchange Eugene

Ready to fill your closet with these fall trends? Before you shop, bring in your closet cleanout to Buffalo Exchange! We buy the best of all seasons year round, and your past-favorites could turn into trade to spend on your new looks. Plus, when you sell between now and September 30th, you could be entered for your chance to win a $100 Buffalo Exchange gift card! To shop and sell sustainably, find your nearest Buffalo Exchange location here