Get rid of clothes the right way: Consign

  • Article by: SALLY MCGRAW , Special to the Star Tribune
  • Updated: January 23, 2013 - 4:16 PM

Wardrobe mistakes are inevitable. Nearly every closet contains at least a few pieces of clothing that are too small or too big, seemed like great bargains when you bought them, or were ill-fitting gifts from well-meaning friends. You can easily donate the things you don’t wear to charity, but sometimes you’d rather try to recoup your losses.

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furguson11Jan. 24, 1310:25 AM

"You can easily donate the things you don’t wear to charity, but sometimes you’d rather try to recoup your losses." Frankly, it's easier to put them in a bag and donate them. Recouping huge percentage losses on clothes seems like a poor use of time to me.

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annemthomJan. 28, 1310:27 AM

I agree furguson11, not to mention that I feel pretty good about putting nice stuff in that bag knowing that someone at a thrift store will spend their money there happily and for a good cause.

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