Give your clothes a second life
Done with your Take It Slow outfit? Here's what you can do with it. Of course, we hope that you will enjoy your Take It Slow clothing for many years to come. But there can still be reasons why you want to get rid of a particular item of clothing. Maybe you've worn the item so often that it's completely worn out or maybe it's just not your style anymore. Fortunately, there are many options for giving your clothes a new life, whatever the reason. We've listed all the options for you so you can easily make a choice.
Sell your clothes
By selling your clothes you make someone else happy and you get something out of it too. Ways to do this are for example apps like Vinted, Marktplaats or The Next Closet. Or bring your clothes to a second hand store that shares the proceeds with you or sign up for a (clothing) market like the IJ-Hallen. There are plenty of options, you just need to make some time for it.
Swap your clothes
Another option is to swap clothes. You can look for an organization that organizes a clothing exchange in your area. Or perhaps even more fun, you can organize your own clothing exchange with your girlfriends. How to go about this you can read here on the blog of When Sara Smiles. Have fun swapping clothes!
Donate your clothes
If you want to get rid of your clothes and don't really need anything in return, donating is a great option. There are many options for this, such as the company Sympany. Across the country there are Sympany clothing containers where you can put your clothes. You can also donate clothing to initiatives such as Dress For Success, the Reshare store or the clothing bank. Small effort, big and beautiful gesture.
If your clothes are no longer suitable to wear, you can always recycle them. You can do this through Sympany. This company recycles old clothing into new material. For example, cleaning cloths or insulation material. This way, worn out clothing still gets a second life.