i went there the other day to sell my clothes that i didnt even wear and i wanted extra cash. Last time i went there a chick looked threw my clothes and picked some out but this time it was a guy i was a little sceptical because both genders might of had different opinion on my cothes. My brands were roxy i had a dress and i didnt even wear it at all! it was a present so ofcourse it did not have a tag and i had other items but i was very surprised when the guy did not choose any of my clothes! i was pretty bummed and i thought to myself if it was a girl she would of gotten some items but getting none at all? what a waist of time.
Hit or Miss.......
What do you expect when you go into a thrift store. It really is hit or miss, but still a place I go to sell my clothes. There have been times when I have walked in and found many things I like and others where I swear I will never go back. I would def check this place out though--see what you think.
So i just got back from going there the first time. It was amaaaaaaazing. I bought a pair of brand new true religions, a free people tank, a knit hat, a sweater from silence and noise, and a slouchy t shirt from bdg. My brother bought 3 pendleton flannels, a pairs of jeans from lucky, and like 7 tee shirts. Together we spent only 300$! The service was fantastic, pretty organized, and amazing clothes. Im never shopping any where else!!! Thank you buffalo exchange!
Be patient when looking....
I usually go to The Buff in Sherman Oaks and I always find at least a couple items. They carry everything from Target brand items to high end designer. They are extra picky when buying key items I found they always take are purses, dresses and basically worn once shoes. At times when they don't take my stuff I usually come back within a month or so and they end up taking an item they make have passed on. I always have items I buy from the store dry cleaned before wearing which I recommend...
Not quite a vintage boutique, not quite a thrift store: Chic clothes on these racks are the coolest castoffs around.. In Short The first Buffalo Exchange opened in 1974 in Tucson, Arizona, and has since become a famous-label junkie's delight. The eclectic inventory is built by loyal customers who bring in former favorites from their own closets to sell or trade. A constant turnaround of lightly worn men's and women's clothing and accessories keeps the bargain-hunting ground fertile for finds from the likes of Kate Spade, Dolce & Gabbana, Gucci and others.
hard, but cheap finds.
I'm too big on vintage shopping, but I frequented this store because my friend would go there often. Usually, you have to look pretty hard and be pretty imaginative to find something worth purchasing. But I did buy this adorable (though pretty worn-out looking) purse with mushrooms on it for $5. Not too bad... also I bought this plain, black sweater there for $3. Though I can't stand the smell of the place, the purchases were worth the suffering.
This store bought hardly any of my merchandise and then asked if I wanted to DONATE it to them. That wasn't really the point of my going in there to SELL my clothes, but looking around I could tell that a lot of people had DONATED their clothes because the store was full of JUNK. Sure there are a few items that you may be lucky to find sorting through all the other junk. I also get severe allergies everytime I go into this dump. I wouldn't recommend it to anyone, it's too much trouble to find anything worthwhile and they don't like buying clothes. Take your clothes somewhere else to sell, that is my recommendation.
Great selection, many cheap items.
I find delightful deals here like Antik jeans for $100 (those are $300+ new and this still had tags). T-shirts do seem to be extra expensive but many are vintage-y and much better made (nicer fabrics, designs, etc.) than your standard Fruit of the Loom. They have a wide variety of stuff and generally pretty good shoes, though obviously use your judgement. They also have a cute selection of fun trinkets and toys.
All in all, great place and a must if you visit LA or live here.