Easy Ways To Get Rid Of Your Unwanted Clothes (& Make Fast Cash!)

Here are four things you can do to declutter your wardrobe and even profit off your preloved clothing pieces

The beginning of a new year is a great time to look through your closet and get rid of clothes that you no longer wear, either because they don’t fit or you just don’t like them anymore. We’ve got some ideas to get you started:

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If you can’t be bothered to make a quick buck out of your cast-offs, and just want them out of your house, donating is the easiest and fastest way to deal with the problem, other than just tossing everything down the rubbish chute.

The most well-known place to donate clothes is The Salvation Army, who run several thrift stores. You can just show up at one of their donation-in-kind booths (click here for addresses) and deposit your items there.

But that’s not the only thrift shop you can donate your clothes to. You can also try the Singapore Council of Women’s Organisations’ New2U Thrift Shop and the MINDS Shop, amongst others.