Recycle Garments- 4 Best Ways to Use Them

Recycle Garments is always  a great idea. What happens when a pair of jeans no longer fits you properly? The simple answer is they become waste and you want to throw it. But they often don’t fall into the category of ‘waste’. As for ‘waste’, most of us think of plastic bottles, food wrappers etc. No one can disagree that at some point of our life, we would find many clothes in the wardrobe that we no longer wear because they are out of fashion, are stained, have lost their shape or maybe they no longer fit. 

If you too are wondering what to do with these clothes, then here is some good news for you. Luckily, there are more than enough ways to mend or get rid of the clothes and that too in a sustainable manner. You can always recycle garments by using the aspects of fashion & personal styling. Here are 4 methods to get rid of all your discarded clothes and pieces of fabrics. Give it a look!



This is the best option if you want your clothes to live on but don’t want to get into the reselling stuff. Donating your old childhood clothes to orphans or to immigrants and refugees who are in need of those, is the best thing that you can do. Make sure that you donate the clothes in wearable condition.



Recycling always doesn’t mean making up something new from the old stuff by shredding the cloth up. Recycling can simply mean passing items to someone else that they will like. You can resell your old clothes to someone who loves them, or you can just go for the retailers who give a discount in exchange for old clothes. You can also host a garage sale and donate the proceeds earning a reasonable margin of profit. See there are always alternatives!

Mending to Recycle Garments

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Fashion styling course teaches you to make new clothes out of torn fabrics. You can make a hanky from the old torn scarf or maybe rugged and ripped jeans or maybe a pair of shorts out of an old pair of jeans!


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Old clothes make an excellent choice for cleaning clothes and stuffing things like pillow stuffing or car seat stuffing. All you need to do is to cut the fabric into rectangular or pentagonal or in any shape that you want, and they will serve the purpose.

Similar Read : Garment Recycling Basics You Need to Know in 2021

So what are you going to do with your old wardrobe junk? Make use of them in a way that doesn’t harm the environment and helps someone in need or want.

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