Last week, Intern Gabi encouraged you guys to kick off your annual spring cleaning. Now I’m going one step further – I’m letting you see me clean out my own closet.
Swedish retailer H&M asked me to get rid of some out-of-date clothes to let readers know that all H&M stores now offer garment recycling collection services. They’ll take any piece of clothing, from any brand – and yes, in any condition. Whatever you’ve got that you don’t want, bring it in to your local H&M, and they’ll be happy to take it off your hands.
In my opinion, a clean closet you can actually find clothes you want to wear is its own reward, but H&M has sweetened your spring cleaning chore with an added incentive – 15% off one item of your choice for each bag you donate.*
Not enough? Good lord you’re greedy. Fine, how’s this? If you donate before March 31st, you’ll receive 15% off your entire purchase. Better, right? You know I’m looking out for you guys.
*Limit two bags per day – but really, if you have more than two bags of clothes to donate per season, we’ve got bigger problems to deal with than a bag limit. For more details, visit hmconscious.com.
For more information on what happens to your donated goods, check out hm.com/longlivefashion. Remember, don’t let fashion go to waste.
Disclosure: This post is sponsored by H&M for Style Coalition. All opinions are my own because who else would want them?