I don’t know about you but during the height of lockdown, when I wasn’t weeping in a corner at the thought of another day of homeschooling, one “to do” task I did was sort out my wardrobe. However, although they looked neater and I re-discovered pieces which had squirrelled themselves away to the back of the closet, I was left with bags of clothes which were too good to thrown away. But what to do with them? Charity shops aren’t necessarily taking clothes at the moment and even when they are it’s not always an easy drop-off process.
I then came across Re-Fashion and thought I’d give it a whirl. It’s a super simple process where you simply send off for a donation bag (for free) and once it’s full you print off a free postage label and drop it off for the courier and Re-Fashion to do the rest.
Re-Fashion sell the items online and then the money raised is donated to a variety of charities (you can see the list here). They accept highstreet to high end labels from Oasis, Zara and M&S to Prada, Burberry and Temperley. I did a quick browse and found Barbour, Marchesa and Essential Antwerp listed next to H&M, Next and Whistles.
If you have or are looking to de-clutter your wardrobe I highly recommend this easy, peasy way to donate your pre-loved items knowing that clarities will benefit. You an find more out about Re-Fashion here.