The blog title "free clothing" maybe a bit deceiving at first glance. However, the reality is that this blog post is regarding free clothing. The border line deceiving part of the blog title is that I did not really clarify if the free clothing was for you or if this is free fashion for someone else. Well, to let the cat out of the bag, this post is regarding clothing that is free for OTHERS. This post has absolutely nothing to do with you getting your hands on free clothes. Sorry, if you were hoping to get an early free gift for the holidays...
Now to the point of this fashion blog post... On the East Coast of the United States (and in other locations), the weather is getting cold. In addition, the country unfortunately currently has a high rate of unemployment. Therefore, in my opinion it is a great time to browse thru your own wardrobe and find clothing that you no longer wear. Take this clothing or fashion accessories out of your drawers, off their hangers, or out of the pile on your floor (if you still act like a teenager with your clothes in a pile) and donate the clothes to someone that may need them more then you. By the way, if you do take clothing out of a pile on your floor, please be kind enough to wash them before you donate.
If you have unwanted clothing, please donate to a person in need or to an organization that will help get your clothing in the hands of the people that need them.
One organization that I know collects clothing for the needy is the Salvation Army. They have resources in the USA and internationally. I am not saying that this is the best place to donate clothing. However, it is a resource that you can investigate as an option.
By the way, if you are feeling charitable and wish to donate more then clothing. There are many medical relevant charities worth reviewing. Actually, my Apparel Search has a section to help you find charities. The Apparel Search website currently has tens of thousands of pages. I am proud to say, one of the very first pages I ever created for that website was the "help page". During that time when I created the page, the internet was in its infancy, many sites had help pages to allow viewers to learn more about that particular website. Instead of offering Apparel Search viewers a method to learn more about my website, I thought it would be more beneficial to remind members of the fashion industry that they should consider donating to charity on occasion. On Apparel Search, I still link to that help page from all of the pages that I build. Anyway, if you are interested, you can see the help page and hopefully go from their to a site that will help you donate to a worthy charity.
If you have clothing that you do not plan to wear, make sure to get the clothing in the hands of someone that can use the clothes more then you.
The next time you think about free clothing, make sure that you are thinking about giving free clothing and not getting free clothing.