If you are planning to throw your old clothes, just because it has a hole on knees or you don’t wear it anymore, don’t. There are several ways for disposal that are much better. You can sell, donate or re-coup their value. Maybe the best choice is donating. You will know that someone is happy for having your clothes. There are several ways to do this. Salvation Army, Goodwill and local stores that run by churches. Remember that before donating you should wash your clothes.
If you don’t like giving away your old clothes, for some reason, you can re-purpose them. Basically everything can be re-purposed. An old pillow can be a dog bed or something similar. If you have a pet, you can make him clothes, from your old jeans or sweaters. You don’t have any limitations, so you can do with old clothes anything you want. There are a millions idea for it. If you don’t have any idea, you can give it to the crafters. They will use old buttons, zippers and good parts of clothes, in order to make something new and interesting. You can even get some money for clothes you don’t use.
If you have a lot of old clothes and donation still isn’t an option, you can give it to the local consignment shop. Pay attention to check references. They must be creditable and you must be sure that you will get your cut when the certain item is sold. You can also do this online. There are many websites that will buy your slightly worn clothes. One of them is thredUP. They will even send you a bag in order to ship them in.