Hey, NYC! If you’re on the hunt for a new job, look no further than Buffalo Exchange NY’S Hiring Event! On Thursday, April 4th (2-6pm) and Saturday, April 6th (12-4pm), we’ll be hosting a hiring event at all five NY locations where you can get to know our team and potentially even land an on-the-spot interview! We’re currently searching for friendly, energetic people to join our team as full-time Floor Security Assistants at our Manhattan and Brooklyn locations. As a Floor Security Assistant, you’ll be a key component of keeping Buffalo Exchange a fun, positive and safe place for our customers to buy and sell. Working at Buffalo comes with tons of perks like employee discount, paid time off and full health benefits. If you want to get a jump start on the competition, fill out an online application. We can’t wait to meet you!
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!
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!
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, Portland! Have you been tidying up your closet? Buffalo Exchange Portland (Hawthorne) wants your closet cleanout! We’re starting to buy for spring, but we’re currently taking the best of all seasons and, in particular, are on the lookout for men’s sweaters and jackets! So, gents, bring in all those great cool-weather pieces that you just haven’t been wearing this past season. As always, we’re on the lookout for great everyday staples, current trends, designer and accessories like bags, shoes and jewelry. Oh, and don’t forget that we buy vintage and one-of-a-kind finds. To sell, simply stop in anytime we’re open and bring along a government-issued ID. See you soon, PDX!
By Savy Kroop, Buffalo Exchange HQ
It’s one thing to make a resolution to save more money, but actually doing it can be a whole different story. If I’m being honest, I’m definitely guilty of giving up on my New Year’s resolutions by February 1st (if not sooner…). So, to keep myself on track, I came up with some easy ways to save money and some tips and tricks for sticking to my budget!
Write Down Your Budget
My first suggestion? Write down your budget. This might seem obvious, but being able to visualize your spending habits can be a wakeup call! If possible, share your goals with a close friend or family member – it’s always good to have someone who can hold you accountable, keep you honest and encourage you. For example, the last time I made a budget, I estimated $40 a week on eating out. My roommate just shook his head… we both knew it wasn’t true. If you’re looking for some easy ways to save money, it’s important to start out by being honest about your spending habits!
To get started, write your monthly income at the top and, below that, write down how much you’d like to save this month. Remember – any savings is good savings! Next, start listing out all your necessary expenses (groceries, rent, etc). You can distribute anything left over among your unnecessary expenses like shopping, eating out, going out with friends, health and beauty, and so on. The goal here is to end up at 0. If the amount is negative, cut down one or more of your “unnecessary” categories. At the end of the month, be sure to reevaluate – it can be hard to accurately budget at first, but you’ll soon get the hang of it!
Treat Yourself – at Home!
If you’re looking for easy ways to save money in the “going out” category, this is the resolution for you! I think we can all agree that treating yourself and spending time with your BFFs is important for self-care. However, going to the nail salon, getting brunch every Sunday or going out for fancy cocktails with friends can get expensive. I’m not saying to cut these things out of your life in 2019 – just choose to treat yourself at home every now and then! This year, I plan to organize weekly “treat yourself” nights with my close friends. And, since we all know that Sunday brunch is the best part of the week, I plan to organize weekly brunch potlucks!
Easy Ways to Save Money on Clothes: Shop For Free!
Lastly, my absolute favorite thing to do at the beginning of the year is a wardrobe overhaul! I love to start fresh with my closet, but without spending a lot of money, so I clean out my closet and then head into Buffalo Exchange to trade in for some new-to-me finds. I always find a lot of pieces there that spark joy (thank you, Marie Kondo, for the tip!).
To start, really try to pinpoint your style – reflect on what you see yourself wearing for the new year and, once you have a clear idea, begin going through every item in your closet (yes, I said EVERY item). Begin sorting items into three categories: keep, sell and donate. Try only holding on to items that you truly love. Like Marie Kondo would say, “Keep only those things that speak to your heart”. Once you’re done, you’re ready to head to your local Buffalo Exchange!
You really can’t beat the prices of shopping secondhand, especially if you sell your closet cleanout and put the trade you receive towards your new-to-you finds. Talk about easy ways to save money (not to mention fun!). Phew! Finally, a New Year’s budget resolution that I won’t have any trouble keeping. If you don’t live near a Buffalo Exchange, you can always try the Sell By Mail program. Just request a bag online, fill it up and mail it for free via UPS. Well, that’s it from me – I’m off to plan a “treat yourself” Sunday brunch for me and my friends. Happy budgeting!
Hey there, Costa Mesa! Buffalo Exchange wants to buy your closet cleanout – especially men’s jackets, sweaters and jeans! We’re also looking for women’s jackets and anything else you’re cleaning out. We buy the best of all seasons, year-round, so stop by today! Your closet cleanout could bring you 30% of our selling price back in cash or 50% in trade to put towards a new-to-you 2019 wardrobe.
As 2018 comes to a close, we’re thinking about our hopes and resolutions for 2019, but we’re also thinking about all the great things that happened over the past year. We’d like to say thank you to all who have made our success possible. Best wishes and Happy New Year to all of our wonderful Buffalos – customers and employees alike! We couldn’t do it without you. Cheers to a fantastic 2019!
With 2019 on the horizon, we’re always looking to expand our Buffalo family. If you love fashion, people and working hard while having fun, make it your New Year’s resolution to join our herd! Apply in-store or online today. Happy New Year!
By Aarian, Buffalo Exchange HQ
When it comes to dressing stylishly for winter, it can be a challenge. Amidst the doldrums of gray skies and freezing temperatures, you may find it easier to throw on whatever’s laying on your floor, plus a large puffy jacket and call it a day. No longer, my dudes! I enlisted the help of my boyfriend Dylan (read: cajoled him thoroughly) to show how you can put together a variety of warm winter looks with some smart layering and just a few key pieces. Of course, we shopped at Buffalo Exchange Tucson for the best deals. Read ahead to find out how to style menswear in dropping temperatures without dropping major coin!
By Savy Kroop, Buffalo Exchange HQ
One of the best things about winter is getting to wear your favorite pieces ALL AT ONCE! Wondering how to layer your clothing so you can keep your warm-weather wardrobe staples going strong even when the temperatures drop below freezing? We’re here with a handy guide to show you how to style your summertime favorites with long-sleeve T-shirts, sweaters and jackets so that you can stay warm all winter. Read ahead for three simple ways to layer up and take on the cold!
T-Shirt Weather All Year Round
My absolute favorite thing to wear any time of the year is a T-shirt, especially a vintage one! My closet is filled with unique tees, so instead of packing them away for winter, I just keep cozy by throwing on a long-sleeve shirt underneath. When looking at how to layer clothes for winter, I like to play with proportions, so I paired this combo with a jumpsuit from my summer wardrobe and a warm thigh-length plaid jacket.