As seasons change, many of us find ourselves cleaning out closets and making the switch from one season's wardrobe to the next. That undoubtedly will lead to getting rid of unwanted clothing. There are several places you can donate to in our neighborhood and around the city, including Salvation Army, GoodWill, Housing Works and the like, or try to sell used items at Buffalo Exchange or Ina. However the bigger issue here is that people need to stop buying so much cheap, poorly made product at stores like Forever 21 and H&M, and instead spend money on quality items that will last for seasons to come. This article from Newsweek is quite eye-opening and will hopefully inspire many of us to make the change. http://www.newsweek.com/2016/09/09/old-clothes-fashion-waste-crisis-494824.html
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