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  • Doris Yee

    American textile consumption can clothe almost every walking person in the continent of Africa (probably). Sure, our bodies fluctuate and inevitably we get bored of our attire. A good tip (and something I do) is keep a recycle bin/bag in your car. When it gets full (or even when you see a donation/recycling shop on your your commute), pull up and empty it out. It might sit there for a while, but its better than trashing it.

    Often times, the clothes we purchase can be used as rags to clean the house too. Clothes that are not considerable "wearable" anymore, cut it up into scraps and make your own DIY duster. Repurpose it for as long as you can.