Oct 19, 2015

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Here’s What You Can Do with All Your Old Clothes

Got a closet full of clothes you don’t really wear anymore? No more space for the new batch of clothing you’ve recently purchased? Don’t know what to do with all the clutter? Well, it’s time you do something with all the unused or don’t-use-anymore garbs. Here’s what you can do:

Sell them online

The internet is the perfect place to anything from old gadgets to pre-loved clothes. There are tons of sites where you can do that, too. For one, there’s Facebook – the social network that lets you advertise anything and everything under the sun. There’s also Amazon, Etsy and Craiglist, to name a few. Poshmark and Vinted are apps that let you sell your clothes straight from your closet and right to cyberspace.


Let someone else do it

Don’t have time to upload pictures of your used clothing? Let someone else do the hard work for you. All you need to do is send them off to sites like ThredUp and Threadflip. These sites let you send your old clothing for them to sell. Yup, it’s that easy!

Sell them personally

If you think sending your used stuff through mail is such a hassle, then why not sell them to friends, officemates or neighbors instead? You can hold a mini garage sale where you can sell clothes you don’t wear anymore. You can also text some people about it and ask if they might be interested in buying pre-loved items. No sweat in that, right?


Donate them

Of course, you can always sell the things you don’t want anymore. You can take it to Goodwill, Salvation Army or Housing Works. By doing so, you’re not only freeing up precious space in your closet, but you’re also helping those who are in need.

With all those garments gone, you can now have more space in your closet for the new rompers, distressed jeans, tank tops and trench coats you’ve purchased recently.