Shelby has been at the Eugene location for a year in a half. She has been a great addition to our staff and shows her love of fashion through her every day style. Shelby loves Free People and 70s bohemian-inspired fashion, and finds inspiration in blogs such as Little Black Boots and Baby Native. She is Pacific Northwest born and raised, and says growing up in the beautiful state of Oregon has given her lots of inspiration as well.
After 20 years, we’ve relocated our original Las Vegas store on Maryland to the Arts District (1209 S. Main St.). Take a look at the new location!
By Stephanie Lew, Buffalo Exchange Tucson
A change of season often results in a change of closet. It’s the best time to be most in tune with what to keep and what to sell. When you are ready to sell and trade, grab it all and bring it in to Buffalo Exchange. Here are six tips to get the most for your clothing:
By Emily, Buffalo Exchange (Rice Village)
Rain or shine the 40th tour pop-up shop was a hit. A little bit of mist didn’t put a dent in our 40th celebration! Regulars, fashion bloggers, and fans of Buffalo Exchange came out to shop an amazing collection of vintage, southwestern, and all-around fabulousness we had been collecting for over six months!
By Gina Formolo, Buffalo Exchange Austin
The 40th Anniversary stop in Austin featured a handpicked array of southwestern and Texas-inspired clothing, including vintage fringe leather and suede vests and jackets, pearl snaps and retro gingham skirts, and an impressive array of sterling rings and turquoise statement necklaces. When all was said and done, everyone was thrilled to indulge in some delicious and local BBQ while picking out their one-of-a-kind retro ranch wear.
By Buffalo Exchange Albuquerque
Photography by Marita Weil
A crowd of people were anxiously awaiting the opening of the pop-up shop this morning. As they flooded in looking at the amazing collection of vintage and western Wear, which we had curated over the past eight months, a wave of emotion came over me. Our pet project for almost a year was finally ready to be shown to our wonderful Burquenos!
By Moriah Buttermore, Buffalo Exchange Houston (Rice Village)
Here in the East Village, customers and staff alike are rebelling against the doldrums of winter weather. We’re managing to stay warm, yet creative by adding pops of color and expertly layered separates. We’ve seen adventurous pattern mixing, funky faux fur in every color of the rainbow to leopard print coats and pony hair. Everyone is adding statement jewels, metallic details, leather trimmed anything and camo, camo, camo to their everyday outfits. We love leather backpacks, fabric blocking, fuzzy sweaters, Chelsea boots, patterned pants high-waisted denim, matching sets and Japanese tour jackets! Essentially we are all gathering great separates to take us oh-so-fabulously into spring!
The Coats for Cubs drive is back! Now is your chance to donate those unwanted fur items through Earth Day, April 22. When you donate to Coats for Cubs you are helping rehabilitate and create a more natural and nurturing environment for injured and orphaned animals across the United States. Last year, with your help, the drive received 952 donations resulting in a collected total of 8,524 used furs since 2006. You can donate at any Buffalo Exchange location during regular business hours. We look forward to your donations!
By Jem Ross and Sandra Roldan, Buffalo Exchange Williamsburg
Models: James Summons, Amy Wilde, Jem Ross and Brianna Tirado
Halloween is fast approaching! In the spirit of the Buffalo Exchange DIY tradition, we’ve compiled some fun, easy and affordable costume ideas that will inspire creativity for a bangin’ Halloween party outfit.
All of these costumes were created using items at Buffalo Exchange that you can pair with accessories from your closet and some easy DIY crafting for original and personalized costumes.