I feel about pinball machines the way I do about drive-in movie theaters – yes, there may be far less of them than there used to be, but I sure hope they don’t disappear. I mean, it’s not like either has been rendered obsolete. Video games offer a similar diversion as pinball, but lack that visceral feeling of knocking an actual ball around inside an actual, physical, space. And drive-ins strike that happy medium between the relaxing space of the home theater and the group experience of the multiplex. So while my nostalgic side loves both, I can’t exactly afford to buy a drive-in.
Fashion knows no gender! Men, women, and people alike shop our racks, eager to add pieces to their wardrobe. They look for the “Peace and Love” fashion trend taking cues from the 70s. Vintage Levis, western button-ups, suede vests, and cowboy boots are no longer for costume parties, they are an everyday staple. Vintage chic not your thing? Norm core and casual basics are also a lively, but understated trend. Match oversized men’s tees and tapered shirts to boyfriend pants or fitted men’s denim. Stop into your local Buffalo Exchange and celebrate style!
One of our most loquacious regulars, Dirk Jackson is a native of Tacoma, Wash. Buffalo Exchange appeared on his radar when he moved to Seattle where he was a working musician for many years. But it wasn’t until he relocated to Portland 14 years ago that he became a regular shopper and seller. “I have expensive taste and I’m very picky, but as a musician I couldn’t really afford that,” says Jackson of the initial appeal of shopping at Buffalo Exchange.
This year our annual Earth Day $1 Sale will benefit The Fund for Animals. The fund operatesfour centers comprising the nation’s largest and most diverse network. These centers provide veterinary treatment for thousands of animals year-round, while training volunteers and supporting their local communities.
This year our annual Earth Day $1 Sale will benefit The Fund for Animals. The fund operatesfour centers comprising thenation’s largest and most diverse network. These centers provide veterinary treatment for thousands of animals year-round, while training volunteers and supporting their local communities.
The Fund for Animals’ Duchess Sanctuary in Oakland, Oregon is committed to providing the highest standards of equestrian care and basic kindness that these horses—and any future residents—deserve.
Mini backpacks, chokers, combat boots and jellies—there are so many reasons to love the 90s! At the East Village Buffalo Exchange, we all pretty much agree that the 90s were da bomb! Our shoppers have been loving 90s inspired fashions, especially the jean overall. Overalls are transitional, versatile, and can be styled to achieve many modern looks.