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Buffalo Exchange Coming Soon - 10/3

9/24/2009 12:08:00 AM
We've got a fair number of second hand clothing stores in town don't we? Second Time Around, the Garment District, etc. Well, there's always room room for one more - Buffalo Exchange is coming in about two weeks to Davis Sq. You can bet that Tufts students will be all over that place.

Buffalo Exchange brings the original concept of buy-sell-trade clothing to Boston with the opening of its first New England store, located in Davis Square at 238 Elm Street, Somerville, MA 02144, phone 617-629-5382, on October 3, 2009. The shop is convenient to the Red line's Davis Square stop and the Grove Street parking lots. Store hours will be Monday-Saturday 11-7 and Sunday 12-5.

The new store's sales floor is 2,780 square feet and the space was secured by Buffalo Exchange on August 1. There are roomy, well-lit dressing rooms -- nine women's and four men's -- plus two buy counters, where customers can sell their clothes for cash or trade. The store will open with inventory from Buffalo Exchange stores in New York City, Southern California, Phoenix, Las Vegas and Austin.

Plaid seems to be in this season. Or maybe I'm wrong, I have the fashion sense of a rock. But perhaps I'll swing by Davis Sq in early October to look for some vintage plaid at the new store. Also gives me an excuse to swing by Chipotle while I'm out there. Yum.

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2 Response to "Buffalo Exchange Coming Soon - 10/3"

  1. Dan Dan Said,

    I'll trade you that rock for a wheat and a wood.

    Posted on 9/24/09, 12:41 AM

  2. Anonymous Said,

    I love Davis Square there are so many cool things to do and see and shop.
    This store puts Davis over the top for a must see, must shop, must sell. I do however support locally owned business’. Not corporate owned ones.
    There are tons of stores that are nice off the train now tons of cool stores. PLRG vintage items, Buffalo-Clothes, La Chic boutique-jewelry,cell phones,Goodwill-everything, Artifacktori-vintage, Magpie-crafty, tons of unbelievable stores for antique lovers, Jewelry lovers, clothes lovers, and more.
    What a day to go shopping. Check out their sites crazy fun. Davis is taking over the Redline.

    Posted on 10/4/09, 9:28 PM


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