When you’re trying to update your wardrobe for all your holiday events, but you just spent your whole budget on gifts, head to your local Buffalo Exchange. We’re stocking up on all the top trends for fall and winter as well as a wide variety of everyday staples, perfect for keeping you warm, stylish and […]View Events
Hey Gents! Clean out your closet and bring in your past faves to Buffalo Exchange for cash or in-store credit on the spot! We’re looking for excellent fall and winter styles, including sweaters, jackets, denim, shoes and accessories. We love everyday basics, current trends and designer as well as great vintage and unique items. Don’t forget […]View Wanted
Buffalo Exchange Philadelphia is currently looking for men’s and women’s sweaters and jackets, boots and winter shoes. We’re also in need of blouses for every season, men’s tees, men’s and women’s pants and denim, great vintage pieces and sterling silver jewelry. Oh, and don’t forget that we are still looking for great Halloween costumes (we buy them all year long) and festive holiday sweaters. Clean out those closets and bring in your past faves for cash or trade today!
Happy holiday season! Please note that all Buffalo Exchange locations will be closed on Thursday, November 23 and will re-open for normal hours on Friday, November 24. Come start your holiday shopping off right with our quirky stocking stuffers, fun and festive sweaters and gift cards!
We will be closing early on Sunday, December 24 at 5pm and will be closed all day on Monday, December 25. We will also be closing early on Sunday, December 31 at 5pm and will be closed all day on Monday, January 1. All other hours will be normal. See you soon!
Buffalo Exchange Holiday Hours:
Thursday, November 23: Closed
Friday, November 24: Open for normal business hours!
Sunday, December 24: Closing early at 5pm
Monday, December 25: Closed
Sunday, December 31: Closing early at 5pm
Monday, January 1: Closed
Sell Your Clothes For Your Chance to Win
As if you needed another excuse to clean out your closet, here it is! Any customers who sell to us from now through December 31 will have the chance to win a $500 Buffalo Exchange gift card. Um, hello, shopping spree! For your chance to win, simply sign up for our email list while selling at the buy counter. Terms and conditions apply.
Go Green for the Holidays
Selling the clothing and accessories you’re no longer wearing is a great way to earn a little extra cash for your holiday shopping. You can also save money by taking the in-store trade and putting it towards our fun and quirky stocking stuffers or a look for your next holiday party. Yes, that’s right – you just might be able to score a whole new outfit without spending a dime.
Plus, if you’re looking for a sustainable alternative to the mall this December, shopping and selling at Buffalo Exchange is a great way to go green. When you resell your clothes, you’re doing your part to reduce clothing pollution and waste. Every Buffalo Exchange sponsors local nonprofits through our Tokens for Bags® programs, meaning you get to help out the local community just by shopping. Now that’s some instant holiday spirit.
What We’re Buying
Buffalo Exchange is currently looking for adult-sized men’s and women’s cold-weather wares in excellent condition. Think sweaters, jackets, jeans, tees and button-ups, layering pieces, boots and warm hats – and don’t forget the festive holiday sweaters! We buy the best of all seasons, all year long, so if you have a current, high quality summer piece in excellent condition, throw that in the bag too.
If you’re not sure what to sell when you clean out your closet, keep in mind the golden rule: when in doubt, bring it in! We buy everything from fun and funky pieces and vintage to everyday staples. Our buyers will be happy to take a look at everything you have and walk you through the process.
How to Sell
When you come in, a buyer will look through all of your items and make selections based on style, condition and store needs. If they think any of your items will sell in the store, they’ll assign them a retail price. From that price, you’ll receive 50% in store trade or 30% in cash the same day you sell.
Ready to go green? Find a Buffalo Exchange near you!
Do you love to dance your heart out? Do you also love to support worthy causes? Then don’t miss the McDowell Mountain Music Festival in Phoenix, Arizona on March 2-4, 2018. Jam out to an incredible lineup of Nick Murphy, Big Gigantic, Griz, Gorgon City, Cut Copy, O.A.R. and more. Between sets, enjoy bites and cocktails from local vendors and shop for art and one-of-a-kind goods in the marketplace. Buffalo Exchange will be there with our vintage Airstream, so be sure to stop by and say hi! We’ll have tons of festival essentials, fun accessories and unique vintage pieces on offer. Get your tickets online now – all proceeds go to charity!
By Amelia Gotobed, Buffalo Exchange HQ
We all know that money doesn’t grow on trees. Instead, it takes an outpouring of community support to run Texas non-profit TreeFolks. Trees are essential to our environment, cleaning our air and water and providing habitat for wildlife. That’s why TreeFolks works so hard to plant trees in Texas. And that’s why Buffalo Exchange Austin is proud to sponsor TreeFolks as one of the three Austin nonprofits in our Tokens for Bags® program.
What is TreeFolks?
Established in 1989, TreeFolks has planted 1 million trees in the urban Austin area, cultivating better air quality and shelter from the hot Texas sun. TreeFolks engages thousands of volunteers to help plant trees in community areas like parks, preserves and schoolyards. TreeFolks also helps with reforestation efforts in the wake of natural disasters. This is one of the only Austin nonprofits that promotes comprehensive urban forestry.
Tree Teachings: Why TreeFolks is One of the Top Austin Nonprofits
TreeFolks also provides comprehensive, research-based tree education. These educational opportunities, which use the urban forest as a classroom, are available to the public all year round, free of charge. TreeFolks’ educational programs serve the diverse population of Central Texas, allowing them to connect with and learn about the trees that are to vital to our lives. From Tree Adventures, which involves bike rides and tree climbs, to Sapling Days, during which thousands of baby trees are planted, this Austin nonprofit’s programs include something for everyone.
Here at Sell By Mail, there is one thing we can all agree on – we just can’t wait for fall! When we’re gazing at a saguaro cactus on an 80 degree November day (we’re based out of the Southern Arizona desert, go figure), it feels like crisp fall weather will never truly be here. So, while we wait, we’ve been poring over fashion mags and scouting our favorite stores to put together a wish list of our favorite fall fashion trends. Here are some of the men’s and women’s cool-weather styles that we’ve been dreaming of lately.
If you’re all about denim, you’re in luck this season! Whether you’re rocking the workwear inspiration or feeling a So-Cal skater vibe, pair classic trucker jackets and bombers with slim straight jeans in every wash under the rainbow for an updated denim-on-denim look. Bring a modern feel to basic pieces with patches or distressing and don’t forget to look for denim in unexpected places – like shoes, for example!
Fall Fashion Trends That Are Anything But “Basic”
You don’t have to dress like you‘re sitting in the front row at Fashion Week to have some serious style. One of our favorite fall fashion trends is (drum roll, please)… basics! It’s time to have fun with your fashion standbys. Punch up the style factor of your jeans and tee combo with a retro-inspired or authentic vintage graphic tee. Add some pop to your classic button-down with an all-over print. There are endless ways to keep your style fresh without piling on the trends.
New Fall “Neutrals”
While some people hear “neutral” and think “boring,” a rich palette of fall tones is anything but dull! Neutrals are no longer limited to black, white and beige. Bright cobalt blue, timeless olive green and deep burgundy go with anything and everything and can take a simple outfit to the next level.
Pop of Color
As much as we love neutrals, sometimes you need to put some pep in your step with a little color. A tomato red sweater will definitely add fire to a monochrome outfit! Even if you’re not into brights, nothing in the color wheel is off limits this year. If you’re sick of beige, a lavender moto jacket or a millennial pink pea coat could be just what the doctor ordered.
The New Distressing
Distressed denim has been a closet staple for so long, it’s been feeling a little like denim had nowhere new to go. Luckily, the art of perfectly worn-in denim has reached new heights. One of the fall fashion trends we’ve been seeing everywhere is distressed hems – and we love them! You can rock this trend, no matter your style. There’s a level of distressing that will work for anyone, from raw hems to hi-low step hems to hems that are so distressed they have full-on fringe. Don’t write off the lived-in denim jacket just yet, though – these iconic pieces have become closet staples that pair perfectly with any style.
Bold Graphic Prints
These days, there’s a print for every style – classic or quirky, minimalist or bold. If you’re ready to go all out, then go big with a marble-inspired print in bold black and white. For a more subtle version, try an oversized plaid in a monochrome mix of soft grays. Don’t forget about lush fall florals, quirky polka dots, menswear-inspired checks, lumberjack plaids and even camo.
If you’re cleaning out your closet, but you’re not ready to say goodbye to any of your cozy sweaters, chic jackets and other favorite fall fashion trends, don’t worry! Sell By Mail buys the best of all seasons, all year round! We’re still buying all those warm-weather tees, shorts and short-sleeve button ups for guys as well as summer blouses, denim and tees for gals. We’d love to see your spring and summer favorites or your fall and winter must-haves, no matter the time of the year! Visit this helpful Sell By Mail blog to find out more or Request a Bag now!
Wow! How the time flies! Join us on Saturday, December 16 from 4-7pm to celebrate Buffalo Exchange Minneapolis’s 10th birthday. We couldn’t have done it without you guys, so to show our appreciation, we’ll have a local DJ busting out some tunes while you shop, a fun photo booth, refreshments and other goodies. While you’re here, don’t forget to enter our raffle! Plus, for customers who spend over $100, we’ll be giving out our reusable bolsa bags. Thanks for 10 great years, Minneapolis – here’s to the next 10!
Date: Saturday, December 16
Location: Buffalo Exchange Minneapolis – 2727 Lyndale Ave.S.
It’s getting chilly here at Buffalo Exchange Columbus and we need your winter wares! Spread the cheer by bringing down your jackets, sweaters, boots and cold weather accessories. We’re always looking for everyday staples like jeans and tees and we even buy the best of all seasons, so if you have a perfect summer dress that you just didn’t wear, don’t leave it at home. See you at the buy counter!
Maxine Pozega is a long-time Buffalo Exchange customer, first becoming an avid shopper when the Albuquerque store opened over 20 years ago. As a young woman, Maxine had dreams of becoming a fashion designer. She has always had a passion for clothing and often makes her own embellishments and alterations to her unique vintage wardrobe. Maxine also loves finding beads and semi-precious stones to re-string into custom pieces . At 82 years young, Maxine is a bold spirit with a timeless style – follow along as we get to know her a little better!
Viva Glam Magazine mentioned Buffalo Exchange in an article titled, “Buffalo Exchange: Do Some Good, and Do It In Style” on November 7, 2017. “… While we have nothing against a common thrift store find, our treasures found at Buffalo Exchange were as rewarding for our closets as they proved to be for the environment. I’m talking Zimmerman, Margiela, Haute Hippie, and more for $30 and under! Not only did we score those more modern labels, we found some gorgeous vintage threads (from the 60s to be exact) along with some jewelry, shoes, and handbags.”