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Love fashion? Why not apply today! Your local Buffalo Exchange is always accepting applications for entry-level Buyer positions.

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Shop, Save and Fundraise at a Clothing for the Community® $1 Sale!

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TUCSON! Shop, save and fundraise at an upcoming Clothing for the Community® $1 sale! Update your wardrobe with a fantastic selection of clothing & accessories for JUST $1 apiece while supporting a great local non-profit. Through our new Clothing for the Community® program, Southern Arizona non-profit 501(c)(3) organizations can apply to receive large clothing donations from Buffalo Exchange’s Sell By Mail program. Charities can then use this donation of clothing and accessories to generate money for their organization by hosting a $1 Sale. Variations of this program have raised $40,591 since 2015 and we look forward to even more charities and organizations benefiting from these donations. Read on to find out about $1 sales coming up soon!

Saturday, February 8th 

BICAS $1 Sale

On Saturday, February 8, BICAS will be hosting a fundraising $1 Sale at 2001 N 7th Ave. The sale starts at 9am and goes until 1pm (or while supplies last). 100% of the proceeds will benefit BICAS and their mission to support affordable bicycle transportation, education and creative recycling in Tucson. $1 items go quickly, so get there early to support this fantastic cause. Sale is CASH ONLY.

Date: Saturday, February 8th
Time: 9am-1pm (while supplies last)
Location: 2001 N 7th Ave

***Pay with CASH or CARD (card purchases limited to $5 and up)***


Saturday, March 21

Girl Scouts of Southern Arizona $1 Sale 

On Saturday, March 21, Girl Scouts of Southern Arizona will be hosting a fundraising $1 Sale at Trinity Presbyterian Church (400 E. University Blvd.). The sale starts at 9am and $1 items go quickly, so get there early to support this fantastic cause! 100% of the proceeds will benefit Girl Scouts of Southern Arizona, which services girls age 5-17 in Pima, Cochise, Greenlee, Yuma, and Santa Cruz Counties, along with southern parts of Graham, Maricopa and Pinal Counties

Date: Saturday, March 21
Time: 9am-1pm (while supplies last)
Location: Girl Scouts of Southern Arizona (4300 E Broadway Blvd)

***Pay with CASH or CARD (card purchases limited to $10 and up)***


Sunday, April 5th 

Friends of Pima Animal Care Center $1 Sale

On Sunday, April 5, Friends of Pima Animal Care Center (PACC) will be hosting a $1 fundraising Sale at the Pima Animal Care Center (4000 N Silverbell Rd.). The sale starts at 9am and goes until 1 pm (or while supplies last). All of the proceeds from this sale will go directly to Friends of PACC and will help them to support PACC in their efforts to save pets in need who are waiting for a loving home. $1 items go quickly, so be sure to arrive early and help support Friends of PACC for this wonderful cause!

Date: Sunday, April 5
Time: 9am-1pm (while supplies last)
Location: Pima Animal Care Center (4000 N. Silverbell Rd)

***Pay with CASH or CARD (card purchases limited to $10 and up)***


Saturday, May 16th

Downtown Community School $1 Sale

On Saturday, May 16th, Downtown Community School will host a $1 Sale at their campus ( 614 S Meyer Ave). The sale will begin at 9am and goes until 1pm, or while supplies last. 100% of the proceeds from this sale will go directly to Downtown Community School in their effort to provide quality education to all students. $1 items go quickly, so be sure to arrive bright and early!

***Pay with CASH or CARD (card purchases limited to $10 and up)***


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Happy New Year and Thank You for a Wonderful 2019!

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As 2019 comes to its end and we enter the new decade, we find ourselves grateful for all of the wonderful things that have happened over the past year and we’re looking forward to what’s to come. We want to say thank you to all of the customers and employees who have supported Buffalo Exchange through the years and contributed to our success. We simply couldn’t do it without you! Wishing everyone a fantastic 2020!

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Do your New Year’s resolutions involve a love for fashion, people and working hard in a fun and friendly environment? Start 2020 off right by joining our herd! We’re always looking to expand our Buffalo Family and we offer a ton of perks like paid time off and an employee discount to name a few. If you’re looking for a fresh start to the New Year, stop by any of our locations and apply in-store or online today. Happy New Year!


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Tokens for Bags® Charities

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Every six months, we support new local charities 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 a charity of their choice. Our Tokens for Bags® program has raised over $803,000 for thousands of local charities since 1994, saving over 16.06 million bags from polluting the environment!

Find your local Buffalo Exchange below and check out the charities you can give back to.

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Way Out West: Meet Buffalo Exchange Austin Store Manager Lucy

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Ever wanted to know more about the amazing people that make up Buffalo Exchange? Recently, we caught up with Lucy Abare, Store Manager at Buffalo Exchange Austin, to ask her a few questions about how she got started at Buffalo Exchange and what the job means to her!

What led you to apply at Buffalo?

I was new to Austin and loved fashion. Walking into Buffalo Exchange for the first time was exciting because it gave me a feel for my new neighborhood and community. I remember feeling like this was a place I could see myself working. While waiting to sell clothes one day I decided to fill out an application. 

What position did you start out in?

I started as a part-time Buyer and just immersed myself in the clothing and the culture. I loved the job and gave it my all every day. About a year into the job, a management position opened up and my manager asked me to apply. I didn’t think I was the person they needed for the job, but they were confident I would be good at it. Six years later, here we are! I’m so glad they believed in me and gave me the push to try something new.

What do you like best about the job?

Every Buffalo Exchange store is so connected to its local community. I love getting to meet all of our customers – especially new people that I wouldn’t meet in my own social circles. The job really broadened my horizons in that way.

How do you think your employees would describe the environment at your store?

Supportive and fun. The environment is also one of endless curiosity – employees want to learn more and are always working to do so. I really encourage them to try new things and be okay with mistakes so long as they learn from them. I also love coaching and being a team leader because I’m able to motivate my staff every day to learn more and improve. 

What kind of skills do you think you’ve picked up along the way?

I’ve learned a lot over the years, but the most valuable thing I’ve picked up is people skills – how to build authentic relationships with people. Buffalo Exchange places a lot of emphasis on transparency and honest communication.

What is your impression of Buffalo Exchange as a company?

The things Buffalo Exchange values are the things that I value in my personal life – giving back to the community and giving back to the environment. I think that the way Buffalo Exchange values people and our world is so important. It allows us to be collectively sustainable and to grow as we move forward.

Does working at Buffalo Exchange sound like the job for you? You’re in luck because we’re hiring at locations across the country! Your love for fashion, sustainability and working with people could be the perfect fit. Learn more about our open positions, then apply online or stop into your local Buffalo Exchange – we’d love to meet you in person!


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Holiday Lookbook: Sparkly 80s Prom Inspiration

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By Marcella Willden, Photography by Monique Woolley for Buffalo Exchange Hillcrest

2020 is just around the corner and so are the New Year’s Eve parties! Do you have your look ready to ring in the new decade? If not, we’ve got you covered: scroll through to get some 80s prom-themed inspiration from Buffalo Exchange San Diego (Hillcrest)!

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80s prom New Years Inspiration, Balloons

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DIY Holiday Sweaters: Cac-tis’ The Season!

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By Marcella Willden & Savy Kroop

The holiday season is here, which means it’s time to take your favorite sweaters out of your closet and rock them at all of the holiday parties! Don’t want to repeat the same look from last year? Buffalo Exchange has your back! Stop into your local Buffalo for tons of cute and cozy options. OR, if you’re you feeling a little crafty, you can try DIY-ing your own holiday sweater. This festive cactus sweater is a fun twist on a traditional holiday sweater that we’re sure will have you looking ON-POINT this season!

Marcella and Savy crafting their sweaters

What You’ll Need to DIY Your Cactus Holiday Sweaters

The first (and maybe obvious) step is to get a sweater! You can sift through your closet to find one you don’t wear anymore or you can stop by your local Buffalo Exchange to pick one up – like we did! We found these cute, coordinating gray sweaters with statement sleeves for extra festive flair. While we were out-and-about, we stopped into the dollar store to get all of our crafting supplies. In total, we spent about $30 on this project for both sweaters and it only took about 30 minutes from start to finish. We had so much fun DIY-ing these sweaters that I think we found a new holiday tradition!

Supplies:

Sweater, Felt, Pom pom balls, Pipe cleaners, Hot glue gun and glue sticks, Scissors, Marker, Optional: Other crafty supplies like ribbon and glitter

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Marcella cutting out felt for cactus

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Cool-Weather Lookbook: Sportswear Edition

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By Marcella Willden; Photography by Nina Paz, Rachel Eselman and Hanae Clark

My favorite season is finally here! One of the things that I love the most about the cooler weather is the ability it gives me to layer a ton of different colors, textures, and patterns. I also love to be comfy when it’s cool outside, so I’m super inspired by street style sportswear – whether it’s jerseys, oversized camouflage, fuzzy bomber jackets or retro color blocking. Read on for some street style inspiration from Buffalo Exchange Tempe, Washington DC, and Atlanta!

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White striped sweaters, Tempe, AZ

White striped sweaters, Tempe, AZ

Phoenix Suns Jersey and Green skirt outfit, Tempe AZ

Phoenix Suns Jersey, Tempe AZ

Astros Jersey and Orange jacket outfit, Tempe AZ

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When the weather cools down, continue rocking all your favorite basketball jerseys by layering a long sleeve underneath and pairing with jeans and sneakers. Photography by Nina Paz for Buffalo Exchange Tempe.

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Get Ready For Winter with Buffalo Exchange

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Winter is finally here! If your closet hasn’t gotten the memo yet, stop by your local Buffalo Exchange to cozy up your wardrobe and with cool-weather styles. Shop essentials like denim, sweaters, jackets, flannels, scarves, beanies and boots. No need to break the bank when shopping for the new season – remember that we’re currently buying for winter! The pieces you loved last winter could be worth 30% of our selling price in cash or 50% in trade to spend on some new favorite looks.


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Fall/Winter Fashion Lookbook: Classic Menswear and Layers

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By Savy Kroop; Styling and Photography by Chris Bogard; Modeling by Roberto Aguilar & Brandon Santana

With temperatures dropping, it’s time to break out the layers! For cooler temps, we’re loving classically rich colors like mustard and maroon and bright details like graphic prints and pops of orange. Scroll through for a fresh take on classic menswear from photographer Chris Bogard at Buffalo Exchange Brooklyn (Williamsburg).

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Brighten up a gloomy day with a neon orange jacket or vest!

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Meet the Sustainably Stylish Sister Duo: Krewella

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By Savy Kroop, Photography by Lauren Dunn

Krewella is a woman-fronted, Pakistani-American musical duo based out of LA with an ear for electrifying dance music and an eye for eclectic, sustainable fashion. On and off the stage, the sisters, Jahan and Yasmine, express their creativity through their unique style. Over the past three years, they’ve made various lifestyle changes in order to live more sustainably – hang-drying clothing, for example, switching to LED lights and, of course, shopping secondhand at Buffalo Exchange!

An Open Mind is the Best Accessory

Jahan and Yasmine are passionate about keeping an open mind when it comes to alternative ways of self-expression. The sisters believe the key to personal style is unleashing your creativity and going with the colors, patterns and styles you are authentically drawn to.

Vintage Finds & Variety

Whether the girls are performing at a music festival or just heading out on the town, you can expect to see them rocking their ever-evolving, futuristic-meets-vintage style. If you were to take a peek into their wardrobe, you could find everything from vintage tees and traditional tunics with ornate patterns and embroidery to baggy athletic pants and studded belts. The sisters love discovering hidden treasures at Buffalo Exchange!

Rule #1: There Are No Rules!
A few years ago, Jahan and Yasmine began infusing vocals and percussion inspired by the sounds of Pakistan into their music. The resulting sounds – both playful and experimental – have in turn influenced their fashion choices. 

Krewella released two new singles in 2019, Ghost and Mana, which you can find on Spotify and Youtube. Be sure to keep up with these artistic gals on Instagram and Twitter for out-of-this-world music and fashion inspo. Then, if you’re feeling inspired by their catchy tunes and unique aesthetic, head to your local Buffalo Exchange to shop for colors and patterns that speak to YOU!