Alright folks, today is closet-cleaning day — for real this time.
If you’re the kind of person who has trouble letting go of clothes because “what if?” or “I’ll wear it when I’m skinnier!”, it’s time to let go and take a good, hard look at your wardrobe. You’ll help a lot by donating clothes you haven’t worn in ages, and freeing up some room for future purchases that you’ll actually wear. It’s a win-win.
This straightforward infographic by Tumblr user Bobella gives you a clear-cut guide to, ahem, “unf**k”-ing your closet. Below are some charities other than the standard Goodwill or St. Vincent de Paul locations to consider donating your clothes to:
- Shoes: Share Your Soles, Soles4Souls, One World Running
- Clothing: Blue Jeans Go Green, Big Brother Big Sister Foundation
- Winter clothing: One Warm Coat, International Rescue Committee
- Formal/professional wear: DonateMyDress.org, Housing Works
Featured photo credit: Bobella via bridgetteraes.com