By Monica G., Buffalo Exchange Tucson
Not sure what to gift your secret Santa, special someone, or family members this year? This Holiday season your local Buffalo Exchange will be stocked with great gift items and stocking stuffers! Here’s a look at some of the goodies coming your way.
By Buffalo Exchange Pacific Beach
We’re celebrating Fourth of July full-Americana style in Pacific Beach. Look at these red, white, and blue outfits for inspiration.
Forget sparklers with this red sparkly Ted Baker purse, New Merchandise sunnies, and all-American vintage dress. Or go for a laidback look in printed flag shorts and a Jessica Simpson tank.
My fashion resolution is to “Keep It Country!” My extensive collection of cowboy boots is my pride and joy—the vast majority of them are gems from various Buffalo Exchange stores throughout the country. These boots add the perfect kick to so many outfits, country-themed or otherwise. Each pair lassoed me in with its unique design and next-level flair but looking ahead to 2014, my resolution is to lasso them! I resolve to fine-tune those cowboy boot selections before I’m buried in boots. I’ll bring in to my elite collection only those must-have, one-of-a-kind, best-of-the-West pieces that are the PERFECT fit (visually and literally) for clocking miles and miles on NY sidewalks year round. Yee-haw!
Juliet is a self-professed clothes-horse with a BONANZA of boots! Originally from Albuquerque, NM, she is the area assistant for the New York Buffalo Exchange stores. Juliet can be found wearing her vintage boots and many western-themed duds (purchased from Buffalo Exchange stores throughout the country) onstage, fronting her twangy Brooklyn-based vintage rock-and-roll band!
Our New York locations searched within their closets for their 2014 resolution; putting a fashion twist on a New Year tradition!
“I’ve always been somewhat of a treasure hunter. Over the years I’ve hoarded so many vintage treats that my closet has become a veritable retail store in and of itself. Interested in a threadbare kitschy T-shirt? I keep ‘em in my Pendleton tote. Perhaps you were curious about a vintage dress? You can sort through one of my trunks. Interested in some sterling silver, rhinestone clip-ons or turquoise rings? Let me show you my glass jewelry case. Suffice it to say, I have the kitschy, kooky and romantic well-represented in my closet. My fashion resolution is to tone down the fun (just a bit) and add in some well-made, classic basics. I want a cleaner palate to showcase the real special pieces. Top of my list: a white button down and blue jeans,” explained Emily McMaster, employee at Buffalo Exchange East Village.
By Mike House & Emily Ortiz, Buffalo Exchange Phoenix
(Kristen, Cerise and Natalie)
It’s finally that time of year that all the Buffalos get oh-so-very excited for … THE HOLIDAYS!
By Buffalo Exchange SF (Haight)
Once December hits so does Holiday sweater time here in SF! Whether it is for an “ugly” Holiday sweater party or just a great addition to a fun and funky wardrobe, they are a great piece for the holiday season. With the chill, many customers are trading in their light jackets and faux furs and great heavy vintage coats. For those attending evening outings here in the city, a great holiday dress is a must-have. We are loving dark colored knee length dresses as well as cute little numbers matched with shiny jewels and bright shoes for that extra punch of glam.
Check out these fashion resolutions from some of our New York locations!
“My fashion resolution is for my love of vintage Harley Davidson tees and Army/MASH tees. With over 200 in my collection, it’s time to be thrifty! But I love them, they are my prized collection!” said Rocco Paone, Store Manager at Buffalo Exchange Astoria.
By Buffalo Exchange Bellingham
Photography by Sanae Kato
We’ve been stocking up on our winter favorites. Here are a few essentials to have when the temperatures drop!
By Stephanie Lew and Ashley Brown
So you’ve procrastinated on finding your ugly holiday sweater and you’ve been invited to a few ugly holiday sweater parties … What are you to do? Well for around $10 you can make your own!
By Ashley Brown
So, you’re heading to a party and you don’t want to arrive empty-handed. You can always bring the customary bottle of wine or you can jazz it up by presenting the host with a personalized vodka infusion! I decided to make a vanilla bean infusion.