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."
KGW Portland featured Linda Hjorth, Store Manager of Buffalo Exchange Portland (Downtown), in a segment titled "Fall Thrift Store Finds" on October 23, 2017. "Go in and be open to possibilities ... the great thing is we're always getting new stuff every day... We're always buying all seasons, all year round, so you don't have to wait and hold your summer pieces until next summer. If it's something that we can buy for the store, that will sell for us either now or later, we will buy it," says Linda Hjorth.
The Washington Post mentioned Buffalo Exchange in an article titled, “How to get the most money for your used clothes” on August 15, 2017. “…Several chains will pay you on the spot for clothes or give you store credit. Buffalo Exchange: This used-clothing chain has stores in many states, plus the District. Walk in and a Buffalo Exchange employee will price your items on the spot. Buffalo Exchange pay: 50 percent of the anticipated selling price in trade or 30 percent in cash. …”
San Diego Magazine featured Buffalo Exchange’s Tokens for Bags program in an article titled, “Just in Time for Foster Youth” on August 7, 2017. “…The San Dieguito River Valley Conservancy (SDRVC), chosen as a charity of choice by the Pacific Beach Buffalo Exchange, has received a donation of nearly $400 through Buffalo’s “Tokens for Bags®” giving program. Every six months, each of the Buffalo Exchange stores across the country selects three organizations such as the Conservancy to participate in the Tokens for Bags program. …”
Seattle Weekly mentioned Buffalo Exchange in an article titled, “The Markets, Shops, and Stores Well Worth Your While” on August 2, 2017. “…The very first Buffalo Exchange was opened in Tucson, Ariz., back in 1974. Now there are 49 stores in 20 states, including two in Seattle (one in the U District, one in Ballard), and it still ranks as one of the coolest and most affordable shops for stocking your wardrobe with things you’d actually wear. …”
Study Breaks mentioned Buffalo Exchange in an article titled, “With Jeans and Shower Songs, Sarah Zaghi Gives Back” on July 26, 2017. …” Teens for Jeans, a campaign she started in 2011, provides homeless teenagers across the country with the thing they request the most—a pair of jeans. …I worked with Buffalo Exchange, a recycled clothing store, who donated all their unwanted jeans to the drive. Abercrombie and Articles of Society also donated brand new jeans to my drive. …”
SF Gate mentioned Buffalo Exchange in an article titled, “The Best Places to Shop in the Haight” on July 15, 2017. …”A used-clothing buy-sell bonanza, with racks and racks of hip jeans, sweaters, jackets, dresses, T-shirts, shoes and much, much more! There are a few new items sprinkled throughout the store, but they're usually pretty cheap, too. …”
Jess & Jana featured Buffalo Exchange in a blog titled, “Buffalo Exchange + Free People” on July 3, 2017. “Every time we visit the USA or get anywhere near the country’s border, we always scout out the nearest Buffalo Exchange locations. … we’ve never walked out of a location empty-handed, and we always feel like we’re getting good deals on some of our favourite brands. … We usually find some lovely Free People pieces at prices that are kind to our budgets. …”
Arizona Daily Star featured Buffalo Exchange in an Article titled “Ultimate Summer of Love Celebration” on June 24, 2017. “Flashback to 1967 and The Summer of Love at an outdoor screening of the newly restored Rock 'n Roll documentary classic — ‘Monterey Pop.’ … Up the fun by rocking some groovy vintage threads from the Buffalo Exchange, with locations at 2001 E. Speedway and at the Buffalo Trading Post, 2740 S. Kinney Road, in Cat Mountain Station at Naomi Road, 2 miles north of Ajo Way.”
Hollywood Gazette featured Buffalo Exchange in an article titled, “Buffalo Exchange celebrates grand opening” on June 20, 2017. “…Buffalo Exchange is unique because clothing is bought, sold and traded locally with customers. They buy clothing and accessories for both men and women, giving sellers the option to take cash or store trade on the spot. …Mayor Josh said he was glad a new business was opening in Hollywood. …
Westword mentioned Buffalo Exchange in an article titled, “On Broadway: A Fast Trip Through Denver's Past and Future” on June 13, 2017. “Located right in the Baker neighborhood, Buffalo Exchange is largely emblematic of the young, trendy demographic that’s settled here. …This Buffalo Exchange is especially popular in the fall, when the 25 employees can barely keep up with the flood of people seeking Halloween costumes. …
DU Clarion featured Buffalo Exchange in an article titled, “Best Denver Thrift Stores to Explore” on May 28, 2017. “Buffalo Exchange is a cultivated consignment shop where you can sell your clothes and either receive cash in exchange or trade for in-store credit. Besides the store’s intriguing interior design combination of bold and contemporary color schemes and rustic, western furniture, their clothing selection is unmatchable. You can find brands from Miu Miu to Free People and Steve Madden. … Before you stuff your winter clothes into a bin in the attic, sift through what you have for anything that could be sold or traded for a few new summer pieces at Buffalo Exchange. …”
Sun Sentinel featured Buffalo Exchange in an article titled, “New Shops Offer Insight into Retail Boost” on May 3, 2017. “Retail is on the rise in downtown Hollywood. Four stores have recently opened that offer fashions to suit all ages and budgets. …Buffalo Exchange opened its first Florida store at 1916 Hollywood Blvd. …Customers will find new and gently-worn men's and women's everyday wear, designer brands and accessories. …”
1870 Magazine featured Buffalo Exchange in an article titiled, “Resale Roundup” on May 1, 2017. “For some college students, the opportunity to buy new clothes may require selling old clothes. Enter Buffalo Exchange. Located just north of Hudson Avenue, Buffalo Exchange opened in 2016 and has more than 45 national locations. Based out of Tucson, Arizona, each store features gently-used men and women’s apparel, shoes, and accessories. …”
Chicago Tribune mentioned Buffalo Exchange in an article titled, “The Ultimate Guide to Vintage and Thrift Shopping in Chicago” on April 26, 2017. “You’d be hard-pressed to find a more affordable clothing store in Wicker Park. Whether you’re buying or selling, you’ll be amazed at the pricing and the variety of clothing and accessories that you can add to your closet without breaking the bank. 11 a.m.-8 p.m. …”
Only In Your State mentioned Buffalo Exchange in an article titled, “7 Incredible Thrift Stores In Denver Where You’ll Find All Kinds Of Treasures” on April 17, 2017. “…No matter your wants or needs, you are guaranteed to find it at a GREAT price at one of these 7 incredible Denver thrift stores: … For one of the hippest Denver thrift stores that is always carrying "a new selection of designer labels, vintage, jeans, leather, basics and one of a kind items," you gotta check out the Buffalo Exchange!”
San Diego Entertainer Magazine mentioned Buffalo Exchange in an article titled, “Fashion Trends for Coachella 2017” on April 6, 2017. “…In a matter of days Coachella will be here, so time to grab your fun flare before it’s all sold out. …Store we recommend for inspiration:…Buffalo Exchange…We hope you find some inspiration to look and feel your best as you rock out to your favorite bands. Happy Coachella 2017!”
TimeOut New York wrote an article on Buffalo Exchange titled, “You can get clothes for a $1 at one of the best thrift stores in NYC next month” on March 22, 2017.
“…On April 22, popular nationwide thrift chain Buffalo Exchange is giving everyone an irresistible reason to go out and support its stores. In honor of Earth Day, the company will offer a wide-selection of clothing and accessories for men and women for only $1 apiece. Most importantly, all the proceeds will be donated to the The Humane Society of the United States. …”
The Lantern wrote an article on Buffalo Exchange titled “Buffalo Exchange Forges a Community Closet” on January 30, 2017.
“Buffalo Exchange is a clothing company that recycles fashion by reselling clothes bought from customers to be traded or sold to others — and now it has come to Clintonville at 2643 N. High St…While Buffalo Exchange is relatively new to Clintonville — having opened in early December — the company started in 1974 and has spread to 49 locations in 20 states over the years. Weldon worked in the Texas, Minnesota and Washington, D.C. locations prior to coming to Columbus. …”
Nylon mentioned Buffalo Exchange in “5 Things I Learned From Living Zero Waste” on January 24, 2017: “Buying recycled clothing is significantly more rewarding than fast fashion…I hit up my local Buffalo Exchange to shop for secondhand threads. My mission? To find a party look that stood out among a sea of Zara knockoffs. I scored a unique pair of square-toed metallic gold heels and an embroidered velvet dress. I looked great, and the fact that I shopped responsibly made me feel that much more confident.”
The Pueblo Chieftain mentioned Buffalo Exchange in “Coats for Cubs drive brings Warmth, Bonding to Orphaned Wildlife” on January 18, 2017: “Coats for Cubs was founded originally by the Humane Society of the United States in 2005. Buffalo Exchange became involved in 2006 and in 2011 took over the operation as costs became too great for the Humane Society…The drive, which runs until April 22, has collected more than 12,000 coats since 2006. Last year, the drive collected and redistributed 1,178 furs…The furs provide bedding for animals. …”
CBS New York mentioned Buffalo Exchange in an article titled, “NYC’s Best Consignment Shops To Sell Clothing And Accessories” on January 4, 2017.
“…you can bring your clean, sellable clothes of the season to the Buffalo Exchange closest to you to get either 50 percent in store credit or 30 percent cash the same day you sell. With a large variety of clothes, accessories and shoes, you can lose a day rummaging through the racks…” by Ashleyan Lopez
Boston University recommended Buffalo Exchange in an article titled, “A Guide to Boston’s Secondhand Shops” on December 2, 2016.
“…Buffalo Exchange occupies that magical space between a thrift store and a consignment shop. Items, both men’s and women’s clothing with a youthful and hip bent, average $15…” By Kylie Obermeier.
Her Campus named Buffalo Exchange in an article titled, “4 Best Thrift Stores in LA” on November 22, 2016.
“…Whether we go after brunch or skip the food and go straight to the clothing hunt, here are four thrift stores that have something for everyone…1. Buffalo Exchange…” by Christine Tran
InStyle wrote an article featuring Alicia Silverstone titled, “Alicia Silverstone on Why She Prefers to Wear Used Clothing” on November 20, 2016.
"…I prefer vintage clothes, so you're not encouraging excessive production or manufacturing,’ Silverstone tells us, calling out…Buffalo Exchange as her favorite places for thrifting. ‘I know I'm going to walk out of there with an entirely new wardrobe that I can feel really good about, because I don't have to feel guilty about where it came from—I'm repurposing it. For me, that's my most important style choice, and that's why most of what I wear is used…’" By Andrea Cheng
Chictopia recommended Buffalo Exchange in an article titled, “All about Buffalo Exchange Sunglasses” on November 12, 2016.
“Buffalo Exchange Sunglasses have grown in popularity as bloggers from San Francisco, Santa Monica, and Philadelphia have discovered them. Buffalo Exchange Sunglasses are generally seen in vintage, casual, and trendy style.…” by Chictopia
NYC on the Cheap recommended Buffalo Exchange in an article titled, “Best NYC Resale, Consignment Shops" on November 1, 2016.
“Buffalo Exchange: Another buy-sell-trade outlet, and a go-to for college students and fashion folks. Among the endless racks of tweedy blazers, oversized flannels, soft tees with oddball slogans and chunky0-knit sweaters, you can find Milly dresses, Marc by Marc Jacobs blouses, Vince tops, and Jeffery Campbell shoes…” by Evelyn Kanter
Houstonia recommended Buffalo Exchange Houston in an article titled, “5 Vintage Shops to Hit for Halloween” on October 21, 2016.
“…Buffalo Exchange offers an impressive stock of eclectic clothing and accessories. For those who would rather make their costumes at home but are looking for complimentary shoes or headwear, peruse the shelves for Houston’s funkiest resale items…” by Alex Meyer
AJC recommended Buffalo Exchange as a place to revamp you closet for fall in an article titled, “Freshen up your wardrobe for free at Buffalo Exchange” on October 6, 2016.
“The Fall season has arrived! This means it's time for us to transition our closets. Buffalo Exchange is the perfect place to get rid of unused clothing and refresh your closet…Check out Buffalo Exchange, 1057 Ponce de Leon Ave., Atlanta. 404-817-0921” by Lexi Felder