Movie Madness!

By Josiah Earle, Buffalo Exchange Portland

Buffalo ExchangeSomewhere over the rainbow… in a galaxy far, far away… Err, maybe we got that mixed up. But anyway, over here at the Downtown Portland Buffalo Exchange, we’ve been seeing some fun movie related loot this week!
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Alice in Portland

Buffalo Exchange Portland (Downtown)

Buffalo ExchangeOnce upon a time there was a beautiful and curious girl named Alice. She lived in a black and white world until one day when she followed a white rabbit down a rabbit hole. On the other side of the rabbit hole was a new and colorful wonderland. She found herself surrounded by talking flowers and the most fascinating creatures. Two of these creatures were Tweedledee and Tweedledum, who told her the most intriguing tales of pastel tutus and wallpaper florals. Alice was treated to a Mad Tea Party with the March Hare and the dapper Mad Hatter, in his shorter than short shorts to show off his whimsical printed socks.  Upon encountering The Red Queen, she demanded to paint Alice’s white rose headpiece red to complement her three-tone ensemble. Alice suddenly awakened in the black and white world from which she came, and realized this fantasy was all just a dream. However, as she caught sight of herself, she was surprised to see that her headpiece was as red as the Red Queen herself.

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4 Tips to Selling

By Amy, Buffalo Exchange Portland

Buffalo ExchangeSince 1974, Buffalo Exchange has been striving to provide our customers with the best merchandise at the best prices.  In order to achieve this, we need you!  Without our customers, we couldn’t continue our mission; so we put together some tips for sellers to better understand our buy process.

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Mad About Plaid

by Bailey, Buffalo Exchange Portland

Buffalo Exchange by Stephanie Lew

Portlanders are no strangers to plaid. We love it, we live it, we wear it all the time, in sickness and in health, ’til death do us part. I think I love plaid because I associate it with picnics. I love picnics, too, but we only get to have them for a few months out of the year in rainy North West. So what better time to bust out the plaid than Spring 2013?

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Portland’s Printed Pants

Portland party people are pining in a panic for printed pants!

Printed PantsWe found these examples of prints from a variety of retailers and labels on the racks at our downtown store. Whether it’s polka dots, southwestern, camo (making a big comeback right now) or even stingray…

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Kodachrome: Born free

Take a look at this amazing editorial styled by Buffalo Exchange Portland employee Samantha Lemieux. Photographer: Natasha Djuhandi

Portland StyleWe are the changemakers. Constantly growing and evolving with our surroundings, we never settle in for too long because we have too much to experience in this short life. Our possessions do not define us, yet they are an extension of our life story. Our biggest differentiation from other generations is our tireless need to discover, to question, and to never stop believing in our wildest dreams. We were all born free, some of us just dont know it yet.Full Story